How To Sing Louder Chestier Mixed Voice – 5 Ways – LESSON 38 – Shimizu Voice

How To Sing With A Louder Chestier Mixed Voice – 5 Ways – LESSON 38 – Shimizu Voiceof singing that you want to do, controlling the soft palate is very important.

How to get more power using the mixed voice. How to get a chestier mix.

1:06 I hope you’ll have a lesson for a chestier mix.
1:18 This video assumes you already have a mixed voice. Not quite sure what a mixed voice is.
1:37 The mixed voice is partly chest voice, partly head voice.
1:52 The mixed voice allows you to sing higher and louder,
2:00 Chest voice to head voice to falsetto
2:07 Very close sound to chest voice is the mixed voice
2:51 Mixed voice should start in the chest voice. Mixed voice fixes the break.
3:34 Mixed voice is called the kind and gentle voice
7:12 Lack power because not really a mixed voice
8:07 Confuse mixed voice with a clear head voice.
8:18 Adduction changes falsetto to head voice
8:39 head voice to mixed voice
9:12 Problem with mixed voice
10:14 Too much adduction changes mixed voice into chest voice
10:30 Mixed voice quality
11:34 Mixed voice and inhalare la voce
11:43 Inhalare la voce means to inhale the voice
12:06 mixed voice has too much air coming out
12:56 Inhalare la voce to make mixed voice louder
14:28 Mixed voice and twang

7 thoughts on “How To Sing Louder Chestier Mixed Voice – 5 Ways – LESSON 38 – Shimizu Voice”

  1. I can sing with a chesty sound up until an E4 (F#4 sometimes) before it
    becomes shouty and pushy which at this point already is how do I sing above
    this in a healthier yet chesty mix way ( 15 year old male)

  2. I am always guaranteed not only excellent advice for better singing but
    always for many laffs! I always incorporate your lessons into my practice
    sessions and they always WORK for me. I’m producing more and more
    confidence with every song. thank you SO much always Craig! PS please
    remember you said you would do a video on riffing.☺

  3. Your just great Craig. Love the humor too. You said it at 16:30. That’s
    where a lot of beginners get tripped up. They perceive the work in that
    area as strain and back off instead of working through it over and over
    with as little tension as possible.

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