Probably the number one topic I am asked about on the technique of singing has to do with bridging the chest voice to the head voice, hiding the break, and creating one voice.
Depending on your vocal style and your individual voice, you will tend to sing in either more of your head voice or chest voice. Head lends itself to more of a classical sound while chest is more pop. Musical theater can land somewhere in the middle. But no matter what, as a singer, you will be challenged to access the full pitch range that your larynx possesses.
The following exercise, that I have up on my YourTube channel, practices just this issue; taking your voice from the bottom to the top while evening out the break in the passaggio, between head and chest voices.
Add this vocal exercise to your daily regimen.
Smooth singing to you!
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