One of the biggest benefits of taking voice lessons with a voice teacher or vocal instructor (especially those of us in Austin, TX with training in Speech Level Singing and the Institute for Vocal Advancement) is being able to sing high notes without Falsetto.
We’ve all had those experiences where we go to sing a high note, only to have our voice break, or have an airy falsetto come out.
Falsetto is produced when our vocal folds (or vocal cords) are too thin to resist the air coming from our lungs. The result? Straining, cracking, and that signature breathy falsetto sound.
What can we do to avoid this falsetto sound and how can we actually sing high notes with power?
I’ll show you the one simple exercise to sing high notes without falsetto that works for guys and girls.