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on which note should i start using head voice?

My chest voice goes from Mi 2 to Sol 4. But if I sing a lot in the higher region, I get tired easily. So, I would like to know: From what note, should I start using head voice?


  • d1g2w3d1g2w3 Posts: 230Pro, 2.0 PRO
    The decision on whether to use head voice entirely based on "Is it my only option" or "Do I want a different tone".
    Could you clarify what you mean by tired? Physically tired (like exercise) or vocally tired (like hoarseness?). If the latter, then there will be a technical problem which Ken tries to show in his free videos but drills down into detail on his paid course.

  • ViniciusAlvesViniciusAlves Posts: 2Member
    thanks for listening, Danny!

    My intention is to sing while preserving my vocal health.

    I feel vocal tiredness, and get hoarse. The falsetto is impossible, especially in open windows. Whenever I sing in my chest, on the high notes, it happens.
    I want to know about the course.
  • d1g2w3d1g2w3 Posts: 230Pro, 2.0 PRO

    Hoarseness, is the overuse of air. I suspect when you are getting up you're chest register, you are using more air. In Kens free online videos.

    This is a key one as it talks about proper support and is the basis to using less air

    If you're reaching for the note, it's bad.
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