What is a falsetto?

Answer The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines falsetto as, "an artificially high voice; especially an artificially produced singing voice that overlaps and extends above the range of the full voice especi... Read More »

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How to Get a Good Falsetto?

Falsetto is the ability to use your vocal chords to produce a high, breathy tone quality. When singing in falsetto, you are preventing a portion of the vocal chords from vibrating, and only using t... Read More »

How to Sing Falsetto?

Sing with only 1/4 of your vocal cords vibrating. Falsetto is described by some music educators as superhead or whistle voice. It creates a thin, yet bright sound that extends beyond the normal ran... Read More »

How to Increase Vocal Falsetto Range?

Falsetto, which means false voice, is the art of singing high notes from the head rather than the diaphragm. The falsetto range isn't nearly as extensive and the notes aren't as powerful as those s... Read More »

How to Make a Falsetto Sound Like a Chest Voice?

Singing in falsetto requires your vocal chords to separate and allow air to pass between them. They do this to avoid damage from being tightened too far. The resulting tone is airy and lacks the re... Read More »

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