Where do you sing Falsetto and Head Voice from the diaphragm or your chest or throat?

2 Answers

  • 2 months ago

    Falsetto is false voice that is higher than your normal voice. No one sings from the diaphragm, you sing from your throat. That's where your voice is. Your head voice is in your upper register, your middle is sometimes referred to as the comfort zone. Your chest tones are your lower register.

  • 2 months ago

    You must be a mature adult male to sing falsetto. Falsetto and head voice are not the same. Head voice has good placement and resonance - as opposed to chest voice (often confused with belting) which cannot be used all day, unless you have been properly trained. Many people have damaged themselves, or just plain sound awful - and could have avoided that with a good teacher.

    Source(s): Taught vocal music in NY schools for near 25 years.
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