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How to Bridge the Vocal Break – Singing Techniques
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This video today answers the question “How do I bridge my vocal break?”
The vocal break is the certain part in our range where we can’t seem to go any further in chest voice and it does a ‘flip’ or ‘change of gear’ into a weaker and thinner head voice or falsetto tone.
One of the main reasons we break so drastically in our voices is that we sing too heavily in our chest voice
So 2 great ways to avoid this problem and help bridge our vocal breaks is to:
1. Learn to sing in a lighter chest tone, therefore mixing some of our head voice into our chest voice
2. Sing with a bright and forward resonance where the buzz is felt behind the nose
A great exercise to practice this :
– A descending arpeggio on “Mee”
The aim is to begin with our head voices and try maintaining a consistent tone throughout the descent by bringing a lot of the tone we start with down the scale. So therefore we mix our head voice with our chest, instead of just landing heavily on full forced chest tone
If your tone sounds breathy and light – keep persevering by adding an exaggerated nasal quality to it.
In time you can take the nasal quality out and add warmth
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