Is It possible to Unlock Chest Voice? Yes! Here’s How!
About a year ago I received this from Franziska Dimitrova. She said: “My teachers have been trying to improve my ’Chest voice’…I reach some tones, but they are not high enough for the music industry.
“My falsetto is amazing and I’ve always wondered what mix voice is.”
She said she tried singing with a mix voice and thought it was stronger than falsetto, but not as strong as her chest voice.
Unlock Chest Voice
“Is is possible to unlock the chest voice? Is it possible to reach at least five more? When I try to sing the highest note I can, I hardly do it. But I do it and then instantly the next one is unreachable, as if someone had put something in my throat and I can’t sing and I sound like I’m, tugging” (I’ll interpret that as “Pulling).
A strong chest voice sounds like: [Demo]
She was hitting the top of her chest and pulling it into the head voice range. But it would suddenly give out on the next higher note. [Demo]
When she experimented with what she thought was mix, it was stronger than falsetto, but not as strong as her chest voice. That’s not uncommon for someone just learning to sing with a mix: [Demo]
Is it possible to unlock the chest voice? Yes. Unlock the chest voice with these exercises: [Demo]
Is it possible to reach at least 5 more notes? Yes. But not in pure chest. It will be a blend of chest and head voice. That’s called Mix. At first it will be light. But done correctly it gets stronger over time. [Demo]
Unlock Chest Voice – Start with Learning Your Vocal Type
The starting point is to get your vocal type by taking the PowerTest at PowerToSing.com. You’re vocal type, it not whether you are soprano, alto, tenor or bass. Your vocal type describes what you tend to do when you sing upward beyond your chest voice.
Take the quiz at PowerToSing.com and get your vocal type. Then go to the Knowledge Center and watch the videos about your vocal type. Then download the free exercises and start practicing. They’ll help you get more that just 5 additional notes. [demo] That’s a high E. That’s an octave higher than I used to sing.
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I’m Chuck Gilmore with Power To Sing. You can sing higher with beauty, confidence and power.
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