Mixed Voice – Mixed Voice Exercise and Technique / / Learn how to mix chest and head voice (for men and women).
Mixed voice means singing “between” chest and head voice by accessing your nasopharynx, which lets the sound vibrate in the “mustache” area of your face. This mixed voice example is very simple, because the technique itself is not super complicating. Like most singing techniques, it’s a matter of muscle memory and getting the sound to resonate, or ping out, where you want it to (kind of like target practice).
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By accessing your pingy “mask” or nasopharynx zone, you are connecting your chest and head voice and resonating between the two registers. This video demonstrates a simple mixed voice warm up — based on a baby cry — that allows you to achieve mixed voice singing.
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