21 thoughts on “Singing Lesson – Mixed voice BELT”

  1. Stephen Gritton

    Hello Paul,

    I’ve been singing for years! All this time Is never even heard of mixed
    voice.

    I’ve always had a good chest voice. A while back I had to use falsetto in a
    song, but never anything that has the transition from one to the other in a
    marked way.

    I feel that my falsetto should be stronger. Would using mixed voice help
    with this?

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge. I appreciate it.

  2. i always thought i was a baritone maybe im a tenor cause i can sing up to
    an F4 or G4 then it breaks you made yours smooth but how do you sing the A4
    loudly? it sounds more head voicevthan a mix

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