In this video, Lari helps you explore the upper part of your falsetto register voice, so you can develop not only a pure strong tone in that range, but also expand your range into keys higher than you thought possible.
- Now we're headed to the stratosphere…and I'm talking about that part of our modal register…that is just above our chest voice,…that's the head voice,…what we typically refer to as the head voice.…It's part of our register of our normal speaking voice,…but in the higher realm…and we're going to do a little work in our falsetto…which is the next register above that.…
That's where the vocal chords are,…they're not behaving like they do in modal voice,…and head voice.…In head voice the entire vocal fold,…the entire vocal chord is vibrating,…but in falsetto which is higher even,…a higher register than modal head voice,…in falsetto if you remember…only the very outer layer, the very edge of our vocal folds,…that ligamentous edge, that top outer layer,…is the only part of the vocal fold…that actually vibrates when you're doing a falsetto voice.…
It's harder to distinguish between a woman's head voice…and her falsetto.…It's much more pronounced when a male voice…goes from chest or head into falsetto.…You can hear that difference in tone much more clearly.…
Note: This course was recorded and produced by ArtistWorks. We're pleased to host this training in our library.
- Singing harmony and straight tone
- Crafting your vocal tone
- Using vibrato and messa di voce
- Working with the chest and head voice
- Singing in a low or high register
- Selecting a microphone for live performance and recording
- Understanding the Nashville Number System