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LukmenLukmen Posts: 21Member
Hey guys been singing for a bit now and I have a question. When I go to G4 I feel like I'm shouting, i mean the volume increases much more than it does going from E4 to F4. Am I doing something wrong? I can belt to about G#4, A4 depending on the day...


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  • highmtnhighmtn Posts: 9,935Administrator, Moderator, Enrolled, Pro
    Yes. You should not shout to get to higher notes. You may use "call voice" but it's just an emphasis, not an actual shout. You'll hear us talk a lot about avoiding oversinging. Shouting to sing is oversinging. That will wear your voice out and cause you to become hoarse. Becoming hoarse as a regular thing is not healthy for the voice.

    You'll need to learn to cut back the air and reduce the tone as you go higher.
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