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11 thoughts on “Vocal Tips For K pop Fans #9: Head Voice vs Falsetto”
Wow. Thank you, Ahmin! Anticipating this for a long time. Great job. 🙂
Oh my GOD thank you Ahmin! I’ve been looking for the differences between Head Voice and Falsetto since I realized they’re different ( which is about a year ago ) and I still don’t understand what it is. This clarify EVERYTHING, thank you!
Thank you so much 😀
I think you could talk about agility in a future video… How can one develop it, if it’s something more “innate” or if it can be learned, which kinds of voice have more ease with agility… Stuff like that.
Oh sure of course I will!
Thank you so much! That was Very clear too
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Yes fullmetal alchemist.
i’m still trying to differenciate btw head voice and falsetto but it’s not that easy 😀
at 2:37 i think he’s using head voice, isnt he?
is it supported/resonant?
Keep up the good work and i’m looking forward to the next analysis/video from you 😀
It’s definitely head voice, I wanna say it’s supported but there’s a lot of reverb.
Thank you 😀
I notice you dont post so often here but i hope you are fine! Do we get another analysis in the near future?
Have you already lsiten to Eric’s new song FLOAT?
Around 2:25 does he use headvoice or falsetto? I’d say falsetto, what do you think? 😀
And yes he hit a C#6!
Sry for the double post…but could you please answer?😅