How to Sing in Whistle Voice or “Flageolet” (Laryngeal Vibratory Mechanism M3)

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It’s so easy, even a monkey could do it!

4 thoughts on “How to Sing in Whistle Voice or “Flageolet” (Laryngeal Vibratory Mechanism M3)

  1. Tanner Sandell says:

    Hey Tristan I always wanted to know can you show us how to do the high/squeel things that David Lee Roth does. They say he’s doing whistle notes but I’m not sure.

  2. Ivan Labrie says:

    Great tips man…awesome as usual.

  3. Singing Easy says:

    Didn’t hear a single whistle or M3 note in this entire video… I can put up a video demonstrating M3… I have like 50 clips of real whistle register…

  4. blackwaterthreat says:

    That just sounds like falsetto.

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