How to make head voice sound like chest voice
If you want to make head voice sound like chest voice, you first need to understand how your vocal chords coordinate to create your various vocal registers. Sure, we’ve all heard of “chest” and “head”, but do you know how to sing in MIX? Mix Voice, or Middle Voice – is a chord coordination in between the full length chords which we know as Chest Voice, and the fully ZIPPED vocal chords we know as head – so we can think of “Middle Voice” as “Partially Zipped” vocal chords.
Clear as mud? After you’ve brushed up on your breathing technique first, here’s a super effective tutorial I’ve put together on developing a powerful “Mix” that allows you to make head voice sound like chest voice:
Rather than pressurising chest voice and ‘roaring and shouting’ to hit those high notes, learning how to sing in a “MIX” will allow you to keep the rich timbre of “chest voice” without the need for pushing or straining – and also without the ‘weak’ sound of a Head Voice coordination.
Check it out for yourself by listening to your favourite singer – if they’re a great singer, then they’ll magically seem to be able to join their lower notes and high notes together without the vocal break you no doubt are currently experiencing. Not only does their voice ‘connect’, but great singers have a rich, bright and full tone to their high notes that you could only dream of, right? Well, now it’s possible – learn how to sing in Middle Voice and you’ll soon know how to make head voice sound like chest voice!
If you’re ready to take your voice to the next level and build a POWERFUL mix between head and chest voice, you can book a session with me now.
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