Vocal Tips For K-pop Fans #10: How to use a head voice

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10 thoughts on “Vocal Tips For K-pop Fans #10: How to use a head voice

  1. Nice tutorial thanks! Would a supported/resonant head voice note be louder or quieter than a supported/resonant chest voice note at the same key? And where should we try to place the head voice (sorry if you’ve mentioned it in the vid and I’ve missed it…)?


    1. The head voice should be placed towards your head, forehead, ears, kind of higher up. It really depends on the range and where it resonates better.


    1. Honestly the distinction is disputed everywhere, but it mostly has to do with your ability to sing with dynamics, connect to your mixed and cheat registers without a break and use vibrato in your upper register. If these are all possible, it can’t be a falsetto as that is a disconnected register where dynamics, vibrato and an even connection aren’t possible. (As far as I’m aware and been taught)


  2. Hi everyone, my name is Alex Moon. I am technically an amateur ballad singer. I am currently practicing a ballad song, “눈의 꽃”. How do I sing the head voice/falsetto parts of the song, ending with the climax? Thank you and have a blessed day.


    1. That depends on the current level of skill of the person and each person’s muscle development is different according to their body. If you practice everyday correctly for a month, you can definitely get the head voice muscle to develop but the range may not be very wide nor the transitioning very easy yet. But the actual head coordination should come within a month.


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