singing lessons how The Singing Voice works

A quick, simplified discussion on how the Snging voice works and how we build and develop the voice. For more, go to thevoiceplace.com for over 100 free downloadable vocal exercises or check out the rest of the exercises I have listed on Youtube.

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  1. An amazing clearly explanation =D
    Wondering if joining this voices (passagio? i have not taken singing lessons but i have read XD) is similar to legato o.o

    Well, thanks for sharing ( some friends need to watch this videos definitely!)

  2. Kevin Richards RPM Vocal Studio

    It’s a great explanation HOWEVER falsetto & head voice are not interchangeable – not even almost. They are two separate things. What you demonstrate is connected head voice, not falsetto. Connecting chest to head registers require vocal cord adduction (continuation of the cord closure from chest into head). If you use falsetto you are not adducting.

    Simply put: Falsetto is a partial closure of the cords while head voice is a full closure.

    Otherwise this is a nice, simple explanation.

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