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Falsetto Obsession – Why There’s a Falsetto Obsession and How to Sing It!

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20 thoughts on “Falsetto Obsession – Why There’s a Falsetto Obsession and How to Sing It!”

    1. Thanks Chybeeloohoo C! I have already got a copyright claim against this video by WMG and UMG record companies. They will not allow me to collect 1 cent on this video because they own the patent on that recording. But, I want everyone to hear what a castrato sounds like.

  1. There is a Falsetto Obsession. Let’s explore why there’s a falsetto obsession and how to sing in falsetto. This video is here to help you learn more about falsetto! It includes the difference between falsetto and head voice, How falsetto works with the vocal cords, why people love falsetto and more!

  2. Hi Chuck. I think Whistle Notes, are for the most part, just for novelty. I would say very few songs require a singer to use them, it’s rather an artistical choice.

    1. Thanks Max! I saw a video of a girl who sang her whole song…or much of it in a whistle tone…it was crazy and certainly unique!

  3. “The higher notes are out of reach without Falsetto”- as a Baritone, I feel ya, man! Hence, why I learned to sing in Falsetto as well. Plus, I wanted to be able to sing womens’ songs as well as guys’ songs, and be able to hit ’em in the original key. Another reason why I learned.

  4. I think whistle voice is definitely a novelty. How anyone could go from singing breathing out to inhaling for whistle voice is beyond me!

    1. I’ve heard some singers do it breathing in a normal way and it was pretty remarkable. Do you feel it really adds to songs in general?

    2. Maybe it’s a bit easier to discover the proper vocal cord coordination when you inhale, but whistle notes should NOT be inhaled. If you’re interested how to do it, you can watch some tutorials here on YouTube; I recommend the one from Ramsey Voice Studio.

    3. @Hermit HW Thanks Hermit. I haven’t seen it…but I don’t teach whistle and perhaps this will help. Thanks for the tip for anyone interested in pursuing whistle.

  5. Im a countertenor and can get to an A5 in head voice eith some strain, but i really want to sing falsetto too and none of the things you did really helped me to sing falsetto. Feels bad 😓

    1. Hi PR. I’ve had students who weren’t able to break into falsetto. Did you try going from the very wide open vowel “ah” or “ae” to the “oo” vowel?

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