Strengthen Head Voice & Sing with POWER – Felicia Ricci

Strengthen Head Voice & Sing with Power – Sing in a Stronger Head Voice / / For many singers, head voice vs. chest voice feels like two separate singing voices — the chest voice often seeming more grounded and easier, while head voice seems to “pop up” and back, with thinner, breathier tone that’s harder to control and produce resonant sound. This voice lesson video recommends some head voice exercises, training, and modifications that will get your head voice to resonate (1) more forward in the “mask” area of the face, (2) without breathiness to diffuse the tone, (3) with more open space for the sound to ring out.
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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 “Strengthen Head Voice & Sing with POWER – Felicia Ricci”

  1. i never know how to use head voice , its been year i try to search for it
    but never know how to . I can do falsetto easily, not too sure is falsetto
    the right way to start practice to head voice, my falsetto really airy is
    that the airy head voice u meant? Thanks…!! =)

  2. I used to sing in the church and i had a very good range but as i stopped
    practicing when i stopped singing in the church i noticed that i found
    myself using often this “breathy voice”. Thank you, your tips are really
    helping me to get back in track :)

  3. So is this pretty much the same thing as using a mixed register? If not,
    what is the difference?

  4. I just want you to know that I have a lot of love for you ms. Felicia and I
    don’t even know you. These videos are so helpful and you’re so sweet and
    charismatic! Thank you

  5. Marlin Khoshaba

    Hi this Marlin Khoshaba,
    I like your show, it’s very helpfull and i like it, but i have a problam
    with my voice, is always horsey sound. Because i have allergies, almost
    from every thing’s, and i find out i am, Blood Type A . and people with,
    Blood Type A,’ they are very sensitive, to stress, loud Noise, Drinking,
    Smoking, dust and weather, Perfume’s, any strong chemicals smells. will
    effect my voice, and my system. I have to be careful what to eat, and what
    to drink, and I have to stay away from a lot of things. but i love to sing.
    what is the solution? if you can help me ? thank you.

  6. Chidinma Nnoruka

    Hi Felicia, I love your videos and your assistance. I want to know how can
    I breathe while singing and how do I get a crystal clear tone when I sing?
    This is because my tone comes out coarse and rough instead of the
    smoothness others have when they sing.

  7. Raymund Slanislav

    This tip here just clicked it for me finally. This is THE single most
    important thing you WILL ever learn about singing EVER guys!! In just one
    week of doing this I am a NEW singer altogether. I say that as a 8 year
    veteran of YouTube vocal videos. Please thumb up this comment if you agree.

  8. shirley sylvia

    That is exactly my problem, i’m probably getting soar throat because of
    singing all day long….thank you so much for the tips!

  9. shirley sylvia

    That is exactly my problem, i’m probably getting soar throat because of
    singing all day long….thank you so much for the tips!

  10. cool viedeo! thank you. so basically if Im practicing it will get
    sttronger? because I do every day 15 minutes for practicing head voice and
    ist still so weak 🙁 do you have a tip? should I do pressure behind the
    tone? ist stronger then? would be lovelyy if u answer. xx

  11. isn’t singing in head voice directly related to singing high??
    also I have noticed a lot of times that when singers go for high notes the
    nerves in their necks kind of swells or kind of bulges out!! why do they do
    and is it necessary?
    please help me

  12. Felicia…thank you for these great tutorials. You can really get yourself
    across and that’s very important when it comes to coaching

  13. Aniket Khanal

    It is so easier to sing high notes in my head voice, its like its too easy
    and can’t believe it

  14. Ostas AJLover

    Omg, your vids help a lot. I do have a question though, I have a lower
    voice than most girls, and I have a lot of trouble reaching high notes. I
    really want to be able hit high notes to sing my favorite songs!!! ❤️

  15. Jason Chukwuma

    Hey Felicia I’m trying to figure out how to use my head voice but I’m quite
    confused. You see I know that to sing your suppose to use the diaphragm and
    I believe in one of your previous videos you suggested imaging that your
    mouth was on your diaphragm ( this helped amazingly). But to sing in my
    head voice am I suppose to think of singing higher? I thought you were
    always suppose to think lower to go higher ( this also helped me before I
    started trying to really get into the specifics of head voice. I tried to
    think lower but send the air in my head higher but that’s been a bit
    difficult as well. Now I’m quite confused. Please could you help, I
    apologize for how long this comment is.

  16. WhateverIsTrueASMR

    I have a vibrato question: I find when I sing high notes my vibrato becomes
    a “bleat” and eventually fades… any tips?? ❤️❤️

  17. Hi Fel, thanks a lot for all your encourageing videos! Each of them is
    helpful for a lousy beginner ;-)

  18. Wow, you gave me a lot with the raised yawn mechanism! I am certainly not
    doing it right, but already noticed evolution, and I am totally amateur,
    play only guitar, you are a gifted teacher, besides singer, i even smiled
    and virtually “hugged” you right away.

  19. love your video! first one I’ve watched, and I must say I am loving the
    style of your vids plus the excellent info and tips! Loving it Fel!

  20. Knowledgeable Zombie

    Can’t do it. I’m just naturally that bad at singing. I’m just going to play
    with autotune.

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