I get my students to pretend they’re on a roller coaster and do a big “Woooo-hooo”. Then turn the woo into a descending five note scale right in the upper head voice. Doesn’t work for everyone but I’d say the majority of the time this helps (if it is used consistently in short bursts)
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Male Head Voice (Singing Teachers)
Hello singing teachers. I’m looking for some advice. I have a male student who wants to strengthen their head voice. Unfortunately, they seem, to me, to be stuck in a breathy falsetto and not connecting with the stronger head voice. I’ve tried all my tricks and ideas without much success; what I’m suggesting should work, but it isn’t really doing anything to help. Does anyone have any crafty ways to engage head voice that might help please?
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