Find Your Chest Voice – Sing in a Natural Chest Singing Voice – Felicia Ricci

/ Find Your Chest Voice and Sing in a Natural Chest Voice – Singing Tips / This video is designed for singers who have trouble singing in a natural, grounded chest voice and instead find themselves “stuck” in a breathier, headier register — usually a falsetto or head voice. In this video, I offer my top three tips to help you find your best chest singing voice that will resonate in a speaking range to create volume, power, and a more conversational singing tone.
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Thanks for watching! xo Fel As a professional voice finder, it’s my sworn duty to teach you how to find your singing voice! Learning how to improve your singing voice is all about simple, achievable steps that make SENSE to you. All of us learn how to sing on our own timeline, and certain things will click more than others. But it’s important that YOU understand your voice more than anyone else — learning how to be a good singer is, in many ways, getting to know yourself 🙂 If you feel you don’t yet know how to sing like a pro, be patient — every baby step and daily practice session helps. (And I’ll keep posting new vids to help you!)
xo Fel

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42 thoughts on “Find Your Chest Voice – Sing in a Natural Chest Singing Voice – Felicia Ricci”

  1. Galligator: Her Royal Randomness

    Just discovered your channel today. This video really helps me because I’ve
    been trying to find that chest voice and ended up believing that maybe it’s
    something you’re just born with. Thanks so much for this! 😀 Now time to
    experiment :)

  2. I was having so much trouble singing higher notes with my chest voice
    because I guess I was afraid and this video helped out a lot with telling
    me to compress and not have fear and now I think because of that I have a
    wider range! : ) thanks so much!

  3. phoebe De Monte Falcon

    I need major help,, im 21 and all my life I speak with my throat, speaking
    to much makes my throat strained,, now i kind of develop this range using
    my throat,, lowest and highest note are not resonating neither head or
    chest but all in throat thats why its diffivult for me to access what they
    so called chest and head voice

  4. Isaac Richmond

    I know there’s a plethora of praise here already, but yeah, great stuff!
    More positive vibes your way :)

  5. Lauren Williams

    Wow this video was absolutely beyond helpful. I participate in frequent
    musical theatre and really wanted to increase my chest voice range,
    considering it is mostly louder or “fuller” in the lower area. Though I do
    most of my singing in my head voice(because I am an xtreme surprano) I
    wanted to become stronger in my chest voice to 1) increase a little more
    volume and 2) be consistent in both “versions” of the voice. Are there any
    more warm ups I could try to help w this? Thanks so much!!

  6. man, I didn’t know how hard linking my chest would be. I think I got so
    caught up with mixed that I kinda made that out to be my chest voice
    because I have my mixed, but I haven’t had that voice crack in so long lol.
    singing feels much smoother with this base though, so thank you fel. feels
    like a basic I never worked on enough and now that I can, my higher notes
    feel so good.

  7. Hi! I was wondering if you could do a video on how to sing in your chest
    voice without hurting your throat?

  8. I’m enjoying these videos so much. I love the way you demystify so much of
    the process. I’d like to sit and watch these all day, but alas, life and
    all that. Trying to do one a day and put your tips into practice.

  9. crystal francois

    Hey Fel, I try to to sing this Korean song I’m not sure if he was using
    chest voice or what but some how I feel like I am not getting the right
    voice he uses. I don’t know if you can listen to it and tell me whether it
    chest voice or head voice. The song is called Eyes nose lips by Taeyang. I
    really love this song and love singing along to it and I think I’m a fairly
    good singer. If you have time thank you.

  10. Elizabeth Watson

    Uh… I don’t think I understand. In fact, I don’t think I understand what
    you mean in any of your videos. I feel so hopeless considering everyone
    else is saying how great you are at explaining things…

  11. how do you widen your range? I really wanna be able to reach both low &
    high notes since I’m more on middle

  12. Hey! My main problem is that I live in foreign country and somehow
    naturally speak in higher pitch when talking in English (which is not my
    native language). So when I sing in English i sound completely different
    than when I try to sing in my native language (Slavic one, veeery sharp,
    nasal, precise). So, I can’t find my orienteering … Do you have some
    advice?

  13. Starlight Reading

    I really enjoyed this video lesson. It was very well-explained and I look
    forward to learning more. Thank you!

  14. Felicia, Thank you so much for helping me to be good at singing.Without
    your videos I wouldn’t have been able to find my own voice and improve my
    singing.Thank you so much dear.

  15. Choir Prodigy makes it simple to sing more accurately and confidently, at whatever level you need to take pleasure in.

  16. A nice attitude typically instances will cover a session the place vocally you won’t have been totally as much as par, but you are nicely appreciated, easy to take care of and ship the singing items.

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