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Falsetto is NOT Head Voice / The Debate is Over / Rock the Stage NYC

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Uploaded on May 5, 2009

Falsetto is not Head Voice /Singing Tip / Rock the Stage NYC

It seems there is a lot of debate on YouTube about what is head voice and what is falsetto. The debate is over. At least to me it is. A quick video to describe the differences between the two.

What's exactly are the differences between the two? Watch and find out.

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Tags: resonance, high notes, sing in key, sing on pitch, how to sing, singing, singer, head voice, chest voice, vocal break, low notes, extend range, vocal lesson, free lesson, vocals, voice, breath support, high notes, vocal range, singing on pitch

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