Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMusicSinging · 1 decade ago

What would happen if your whistle register singing was helium based?

Someone told me my whistle register could be helium based. Whenever I go into it successfully, my voice goes higher about 4 steps.


Ok. I thought they were joking, I just wanted someone to say that so I would know.

Update 2:

Could please answer that question, then?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    They were joking...they also didn't know what you meant by "whistle register", from what I can gather from reading their answer. Unless you are capable of producing helium in your lungs or throat, then your whistle register is not helium based ;)

    Edit: Well, the sound would be even higher and brighter in timbre due to the difference in density of helium gas to normal air (mix of oxygen, CO2 and nitrogen, mostly)

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