Singing Lessons & Voice Training : How to Sing Falsetto

Learn tips on how to sing in a falsetto voice with proper vocal technique with singing and vocal training tips in this free online vocal coaching video clip.

Expert: James Meny
Bio: James Meny has taught the middle voice technique for years. He is also trained in the opera & classical vocal styles & has studied under Seth Riggs, who teaches stars like Josh Groban & Stevie Wonder.
Filmmaker: Todd Sapio

 

40 thoughts on “Singing Lessons & Voice Training : How to Sing Falsetto”

  1. HaHa!

    I’d Like To See You Do Better.

    Type properly you fucking idiot. Why waste time trying to capitalise every letter in a sentence.

  2. should be titled “what falsetto is”. This hardly helps one to actually sing falsetto. Nor does it show examples of falsetto singing.

  3. hey i know a singer that is a countertenor but he doesnt use falsetto. He can reach baritone and soprano notes, but he is a countertenor. i think you dont make sense saying that. NOTE: i said he doesnt use falsetto he uses head voice.

  4. Half the times a Countertenor is NOT using his falsetto….but rather a strong head voice. I am a Countertenor myself and I use a light mix. Also, my natural chest voice ain’t so strong and open. I know because I am singing in 3 different choruses and taking private training….Everyone in there is reminding me that info.

  5. you know lots about singing and the anatomy of singing. You could probably even teach me to sing and I thought that was impossible.

  6. @viomartyr Welcome to my world. I keep trying to find training videos on how to do falsetto, but they tend to only describe it and it helps me none whats so ever. “Falsetto is real simple.” Oh… then how come I FUCKING don’t know how to do it!?

  7. goood job bro, you look like you know what your talking about, now make a video that isnt like a minute long, and go into detail

  8. @leon102 how i was explained (not that im that great) but you just sing high, like out of your range, its supposed to sound kinda like retarded, at least thats what a friend of mine said, there isnt really a defined way to it…

  9. and your also not really supposed to just sing an entire song in falsetto, your supposed to start off with just small parts falsetto, and it will suddenly become far easier

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