How to Sing – Chest Voice Mixed Voice and Head Voice-RESONANCE demo

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How to sing Paul McKay Demonstrates RESONANCE. After THIS clip you will understand how to sing and how resonance works in different REGISTERS! This will teach you how to sing with correct technique and develop your mixed voice belt! This Singing lesson has lots of Demonstrations. After this lesson you will be well on your way to learning how to sing, check it out.

31 thoughts on “How to Sing – Chest Voice Mixed Voice and Head Voice-RESONANCE demo

  1. Afro Fitness says:

    Very helpful information! Thank you!

  2. PaulMckayONEvoice says:

    Hey, I’m glad you found it helpful! Please like me on Facebook: paulmckay
    (ONE)voice. and follow me on twitter:onevoicePaulMc

  3. highnote32 says:

    Cool…I am a Countertenor and I cannot belt an F4 to save my life. I do
    sing in the mask placement but I could never belt that note like you. 

  4. PaulMckayONEvoice says:

    of course you can! If you said F5 then I may agree, but I’m certain that F4
    should be reachable for you. Can you at least sing it in a light head
    voice? 

  5. highnote32 says:

    Yes, I have a light mix/heady sound on F4 above middle C, in particular. I
    cannot do a chesty/shouty F4 like you. However, all the stuff on the F5
    range I can do.

  6. highnote32 says:

    I am stuck singing Countertenor songs in a non classical manner like George
    McRae’s Rock Your Baby, Eddie Holman’s Hey There Lonely Girl or Sylvester’s
    You Make Me Feel Mighty Real. I was NEVER able to cover Tenor or Baritone
    range material like Neyo or John Legend.

  7. Francisco Alcoba says:

    Thanks for your awesome vídeos paul !! Can you make video with tips for 80s
    rock singing ¿? Plaesee 😀 

  8. redgibson1 says:

    this did not explain to me what mixed voice was… you said chest, mask and
    nasal… so wtf…?

  9. Mark LaPetit says:

    Finally I found someone that teaches demonstrating

  10. Alyce Rivver says:

    I love how I look up how to belt, and I get a video from the instructor I’m
    currently getting lessons from

  11. dragonfurp says:

    so… which of these should i use while singing in mixed voice? 

  12. evanescent95 says:

    Is it correct to think that both male and female singers can access head
    voice and a falsetto register? Also, is it natural for me to have a
    passaggio/vocal break between chest and head and can this bridged with a
    mixed voice to make those higher notes accessible?

  13. Krista Medina gramps says:

    I would love if he could TEACH ME PRIVATELY :-D

  14. Victoria Hunter says:

    I find it easier to sing in back resident or in mask with chin down thing.
    But I have been told i’m a contralto by voice teachers who I took a lesson
    from, so my voice sounds deep when I sing in mask or back residence. Is is
    normal for a female to have a deeper sounding voice? Your video really
    helped me understand the difference now.

  15. Victoria Hunter says:

    I’m confused I thought mask was mix voice? someone posted “which one should
    I use to sing mix voice” the one with the chin down, isn’t that singing in
    mix voice? or am I wrong? I’m getting confused now.

  16. monkeyfriend says:

    Put simply, mix voice is a coordination of mixing chest and head voice,
    through soft palate manipulation, and vocal chord compression. If you look
    at the anatomy, you will get a better idea. You want air to go across the
    oro and nasopharynx, and you can mix in some chest voice by lifting your
    soft palate from off the back of the tongue. I you look in a mirror, into
    your mouth, while saying the word “sung” or “hung”, focus on the “ng”
    sound. Notice how the soft palate touches the back of the tongue. For mix,
    you vary the lowering of the tongue and lifting of the soft palate to
    divert some air into the pharynx, and head, but also allowing some into the
    mouth cavity. There are alot of different methods for practicing feeling
    the sensation of mixed. Once you become accustomed to the sensation of
    mixed voice, you then practice more on placement and tone. Practice
    practice. 

  17. sanushitha Goonathilaka says:

    R.I.P headphones :D

  18. Vegan Bee says:

    hey paul is it ok to sing from your nose though

  19. blood lord (Chaotic Sonics) says:

    I’ve been trying to figure this out on my own since I haven’t found someone
    who could explain it in a way i can understand and i feel i have a better
    understanding now. I thought you lower your larynx to sing lower lol. I
    just started not too long ago btw.

  20. stebolian says:

    Thats seems effortless, there must be a trick or a switch in the throat to
    get that last note
    Can you explain how it feels to do it, and could you always do that 

  21. Hey great demo! Just asking – are you a bass-baritone by any means? Your
    lower register seems to be extremely solid, yet you are able to access the
    5th octave without much effort.

  22. Saw Kyaw Lwin (Jay Tyler) says:

    This is the best video explaining chest mixed head voices … Now I finally
    understand how they work. Thanksssssssssss

  23. Whistletone says:

    “see how that works?”

    this guy is amazing

  24. Someone altered the sound on this video and it’s too low.

  25. Dustin Castillo says:

    You need to get in touch with your singing instrument; you will know when you are ready as it will feel fine, a little dull throbbing no probs, any sharp feeling then back off!

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