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Struggling in the F#4 and G4 please help me! (audio)

https://vocaroo.com/i/s1VH3FjjxhJA

This is an Ah scale, F, F#, G, G# (1-3-5-8-5-3-1)
My voice goes soft and soft.

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    HuduVuduHuduVudu 2.0 PRO Posts: 1,818
    edited June 2019
    Yes you are dropping lower harmonics out of your voice so that you can make the pitch. This is normal. You had a crack at G# this may be where you are trying to transition to head voice. Other than that it doesn't sound as though you are struggling.
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    HuduVuduHuduVudu 2.0 PRO Posts: 1,818
    You are transitioning to your head voice on the top note of each of your scales. I was incorrect, you are transitioning to head voice on each not not just the last note. The crack on the top note of the last scale on second thought was weakness near the top of your range. Listening to your voice I can tell that you are not practicing or you haven't been practicing long. Your chest voice is weak and your head voice is still airy. Other than the crack at the top you seem to be transitioning to your head voice adequately. You need to practice more.

    You are not going to strengthen your voice overnight nor within a few months you have to understand that this is going to take time and dedication. You need to set up a practice schedule and stick too it. If you do that you will see real progress. Your voice shows your skill, so work to build and improve it.
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    maximgottmermaximgottmer 2.0 PRO Posts: 313
    Hi, I would say, more belly tension, open up the jaw more, en drop the togue when you practice. Sing soft first and when you are warmed up a bit louder. All the best. Greetings Maxim
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