How To Sing In Head Voice – Singing Tips For How To Sing And Build Your Head Voice (Part 2)

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42 thoughts on “How To Sing In Head Voice – Singing Tips For How To Sing And Build Your Head Voice (Part 2)

  1. Britt Kathleen Mere says:

    Can you make a video of how to not scream when you sing. Cause sometimes I
    just scream and don’t sing. Mostly on higher notes.

  2. Malacatoons, Inc. says:

    Was a great video, the head voice is always pretty awesome.

  3. Sometimes I have to enter that because my head voice isnt high enough but
    my falsetto (or whats it called..) is

  4. Epicz Katrina says:

    My Head voice is very strong xD

  5. Broken Shadows says:

    When you did falsetto the 1st time u sounded like a bird lol XD

  6. Park Road says:

    What can I do to maintain my voice at live performances?

  7. Assembly of the redeemed says:

    I normaly sing death metal,but seacritly I wont to sing opera,my school is
    having a talent show everybody know me as the metal head of the school can
    you give me some pitch tips I can tell the differince in head voice and
    falsetto, I like the soung of the guy named Andrew De Leon he is on youtube
    look up his name hes amazing,I Tank he sings in head voice but im not sher.
    P.S. sorry about the misspelling im not good at spelling lol

  8. Mariela Lozano says:

    im a 18 year old I like the way you teach nice sweet, funny and simple
    straight to the point. Leaving it not boring at all.. GREAT JOBS THUMBS UP!

  9. Armando zertuche says:

    So Falsetto is a little breathy? I don’t know which one I am suppose to
    sing in, head voice, chest voice, or falsetto.

  10. Amelia Duffy says:

    Can you teach some stuff on broadway style singing

  11. Mental Morzan says:

    Thank you for the tips. I’m trying to build my head voice ,but I’ve been
    singing in falsetto for sooooo long when i played karoke that i think my
    voice has gotten use to it and slips into falsetto and starts breaking at
    my bridge. Just wanted to know if there was any specific excercise i could
    do to break that physical memory habit I have now? And how do i keep my
    throat open to get better resonance when i do switch? It keeps closing.
    Btw you sing first or guitar first? 

  12. saugat chettri says:

    Sir i left a comment did u read that???? Please teach me to sing i am
    begging you…

  13. Cody Rossmiller says:

    Also I forgot to say. False setto is not any one note which I’m sure you
    know. Any note you can sing. You can add false setto by just adding a bit
    of breath, even the lowest sound you can make. But while adding that bit of
    breath….don’t crush your sound. If you find the correct balance it will
    literally be a different way of singing. Because you can still have that
    power sound. Just not AS powerful. You can make false setto sound really
    professional. Also to hit your upper range of your notes in one registry.
    Add a slight amount of breath to your notes to increase the range. When I
    mean slight….I mean slight….its so hard to explain. If you add too much
    then you hit false setto. 

  14. Cody Rossmiller says:

    If I’m wrong at all and maybe I’m thinking my head is actually middle?
    Please let me know. I’ve had confusion of this for a long ass time. I want
    to finally get it right….

  15. Edwin Myers says:

    I still can’t understand… I have a place where my voice kinda flips and
    it becomes light and I feel no resonance in my chest, but it’s really high
    up there… And I don’t know if it’s falsetto, it’s not breathy

  16. TheOctavioVargas says:

    Stop repeating yourself get to the point, give better examples

  17. Harmony Bade says:

    This video helped better than the rest. 🙂 Thank you so much. But, I have
    one comment… You have vocal.flaps, not cords… .-.

  18. David Cyrus says:

    Hi, what are those techniques and exercises?

  19. It’s so weird: my voice doesn’t ”split” like that at all O_o. I used to
    be a metal vocalist though so I’m 100% sure I’ve tought myself some
    not-so-optimal muscle tensions in my larynx and throat area… I just… I
    dunno I’ll upload a video one day.

  20. Alyssa Gomez says:

    Everytime I try and sing high notes it goes two different ways everytime !
    Like 1 time I can be singing the high note from my chest voice and it feels
    like I’m straining my voice ! Then the other time I can sing the high note
    but it sounds really like my voice is fading and it sounds low and not like
    my voice ! Plus when I do sing low I sometimes sound like a guy in my
    opinion ! Can you please help me 🙂 Superior Singing Methods 

  21. Robert Lunte says:

    More circle talking from Aaron… I’m sorry, but this guy really is
    confused and doesn’t really fully understand what he is talking about. If
    you listen to this, it never really explains anything about head voice or
    falsetto. He is just talking in circles, using “buzz” words that sound
    impressive, or give the impression that he might know what he is talking
    about. BTW… Aaron is the industries WORST spammer. He spams other voice
    coaches videos with his affiliates and it is truly unprofessional and
    cheap. Sorry Aaron, but your spam tactics have resulted in you losing any
    respect from other coaches… you lame, this is ALL about making money and
    selling a program to naive consumers. You know little to nothing about the
    voice or how to train people to get stronger, this is a sham and many
    insiders are calling you out. 

  22. Bassocantor says:

    Outstanding. have never seen such a clear explanation of head voice versus
    falsetto.

  23. kelvin morris says:

    Helpful…with what you just said I don’t think I use my falsetto at
    all…my voice hasn’t dropped though…but sometimes I get strained singing
    high notes and sometimes I would sing them with ease…I just don’t know
    why….and also I feel like I’m a countertenor

  24. kelvin morris says:

    Helpful…with what you just said I don’t think I use my falsetto at
    all…my voice hasn’t dropped though…but sometimes I get strained singing
    high notes and sometimes I would sing them with ease…I just don’t know
    why….and also I feel like I’m a countertenor

  25. titaniascarletknight says:

    The better way to have explained this would have been. “Falsetto is a
    disconnected voice.”

  26. john allman says:

    well this helped me to find my head voice. but how do you strengthen it.
    Im trying to work on some iron maiden and i can hit the notes but its just
    not as powerful. I know you said that its lighter. does that mean that you
    can not have the power that you have with you chest voice. Just curious.

  27. Anesu Mutero says:

    how do i get to be flexible with my voice such that i can switch from head
    to chest voice to and fro

  28. Jonas Tabontabon says:

    Dude, your falsetto ruined my day.

  29. Thank you for posting those vids, they’re really helping me! xo

  30. unlimitedFern says:

    That falsetto sound kinda wrong…..

  31. stebolian says:

    You seem to know nothing about what your talking about?????? Heres an idea,
    sing something in chest, then head then falsetto,
    I think you have no idea how real true heaf voice is accomplished, sorry
    just my opinion

  32. Sailosi Koloto says:

    my problem is I have no falsetto when my voice is normal … but when I
    loose my voice and in the process of getting my voice back I then can sing
    really high as in soprano … but rest of time I choke when I try to sing
    falsetto lol

  33. Kevin Maund says:

    I wanted exercises… Not to hear someone rambling. I think I already
    learned the difference in falsetto and head voice in the first video…
    More than once. We get it. I’d just like to get to the point of actually
    strengthening the head voice. Thanks

  34. Debra F. Li says:

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    ). The first seconds of the exercise you will be performing it with Aaron
    so you can be sure that you’re starting the vocal lesson using the right
    scale key. Having Aaron lead you into the exercise instills more confidence
    you are performing your exercises correctly.

  35. Joselayne Macdonald says:

    love it every one is telling me to use my head voice and i had no idea in
    how to get there thank you

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