Singing Tone – Hearing The Difference Between Chest, Head and Mix Voice

March 10, 2011 by  
Filed under Singing Tips

In today’s quick singing tip I am going to demonstrate the difference in tone quality between chest, mix and head voice.

A lot of singers have heard of these three vocal registers and have a good understanding of the theory and mechanics of each one. The confusion often lies in how each register should sound.

What I am going to do today is sing a note in chest, mix and head voice without changing the pitch.

Please post your comments and questions below.

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2 Responses to “Singing Tone – Hearing The Difference Between Chest, Head and Mix Voice”
  1. Sheng Ye says:

    Hi Ian!!!

    I cant believe you actually did that!

    Oh and you did pronounce my name right ( which i am amazed considering the fact that even Asians pronounce it incorrectly ).

    I am not sure about others but i definitely have a better understanding of the tone in my voice and a better understanding of singing in the mix after watching and trying out this.

    Once again, thanks for the amazing video and of course shout out!
    You never fail to amaze me.

    Regards.

  2. Aussie Vocal Coach says:

    Hey Sheng Ye!

    I’m glad I got it right!

    You are welcome.
    I’ll do a video on your other suggestion too.

    Ian :)

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