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In March of 2015 Voicercise Technology was passed onto our 3rd generation of Voice Specialists, Naomi T Kaye's Daughter, Roxy Miller after 10 years of Training.

As a singer, you should know about the different parts of your voice, especially mixed voice.

How to find your mixed voice and  other parts of your voiceIt will allow you to be more precise and successful while singing songs with different ranges. Every day, I am sure you hear each part of the voice in your favorite songs. Once you’re able to identify which part of voice you are singing in, you’ll have the knowledge to perfect each part making yourself a pro!

So, what is the difference between full voice, mixed voice, head voice, and falsetto? And where in your body are these parts created or felt?

Mixed voice and the parts of your voice Full voice, or also known as chest voice, is basically your normal speaking voice because the range and quality is the same when singing. It is the most comfortable to sing in because it is more natural. These tones are lower and thicker sounding. To see if you are truly singing in chest/full voice, place your hands over your chest and notice the vibration when you begin singing. Using your full voice does require a good amount of energy to really push those notes out and get the full tone you are going for.

Head voice, or upper register, is used when you go to reach higher notes but still with strength and energy. Most people feel that vibrating sensation in their head as they go higher, hence the name! To see which voice you are using, sing “ah” as you place your hands on the back of your neck. Start in your chest voice then begin singing higher, gradually. Notice how the sensation moves from your neck to the top of your head. Pretty cool right?

But what about the famous falsetto?

Often the head voice and falsetto are confused but the real difference between them is the amount of power you have behind what your singing in each voice. While the head voice is backed with strength, falsetto tends to sound weaker and more breathy. Falsetto is the register above head and chest voice, usually used for stylization. While singing in falsetto, air escapes the stretched vocal chords easily and produces a high-pitched sound. In my opinion, nobody does falsetto sweeter than Mariah Carey, especially at the end of her record “Emotions.”

Singing in mixed voice, also called blended voice, is really just singing with a combination of your chest and head voice.

mixed voice The key to finding your mixed voice is finding comfortability between the chest and head voice. Mixed voice allows you to belt safely at a higher note because you still have the strength and energy from your chest voice. Blended voice is something you have to develop personally because it is all about your ability as a singer.

How high can you sing with continued strength? Play around with singing vowels in your chest and head voice and as you go up in range notice where in your body you feel the vibration. At what point are you beginning to lose strength behind the note?

Find that perfect mid-section and attack it. Practicing singing in your mixed voice will allow you to find it easier the next time you sing.

Your singing voice is an instrument and with all instruments, practice makes perfect. Knowing these four parts of your voice will allow you to be a singer with great range and sing at ease. Let us know in the comments how much this blog post helped you understand the different parts of the voice. Were you able to find your mixed voice? Can you reach falsetto tones? We want to know!

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    "I was a novice singer. Not much certainty that I could be better. With this voice training, I am getting better and better. Roxy helps you find your voice."

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    "I’m on my 1st international tour, about to perform in front of hundreds of people in Italy, I started to freak out, but the only thing that brought me peace was your vocal warm up and picturing being back in your studio."

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    "I want to let you know people were telling her how amazed their were with her vibrato, at age 9! That credit is to you! Thank you for being being the greatest voice coach."

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    Jada just did her solo, for her vocal review for her performing arts school. She did very well. Great review. She Got her 1st ever Superior!!!! She is through the roof happy.

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    I have been a professional for years and lead worship at my church, and believe me, Roxy knows what she's talking about! My singing, performing, songwriting, and recording sessions have all improved because of her help.

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    "Roxy has been fantastic! I am very pleased with my decision to enroll my 6 year old son with Roxy at her studio in Clearwater. His voice is growing every week."

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    So far, Naomi’s Voice Studio has helped me so much! I have started to gain more confidence in myself and she makes me WANT to improve. She believes in me.

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    I was singing in the car today and my dad was super shocked. I was singing with a lift, and my mouth open wide I feel so much better about my singing. I wanted to thank you for setting me up with Roxy!!

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    Awesome vocal coach. Helps you work with what you have and gives you the tools and support to drastically improve.

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    Naomi’s Voice Studio taught my son SO much during just the consultation. He was so excited for his first lesson. They are patient, professional, and genuine.

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    My daughter quickly learned how to get her voice to a higher range and she has learned how to sing intricate RnB runs. Her singing has definitely improved and she has so much fun during her lessons.

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    I’ve been blown away with how quickly I was able to connect and relate to the teacher which is huge for me. She loves what she does and it reflects onto how she teaches.

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    My daughter has been attending classes here for just a few months and they have done an awesome job. She’s built her confidence and learned new techniques. She always has such a great time with during her lessons too.

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    This was the most amazing experience for my daughter and I. Not only did we find an amazing vocal coach, but they helped my daughter write songs and recorded them and make a really nice youtube video.

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    I’ve been getting compliments on my voice, how it sounds beautiful and it’s because of you and your technique.I want to thank you, I’ve been getting compliments on my voice, how it sounds beautiful and it’s because of you and your technique you taught me with your Voicercise.

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    I had great success with Voicercise ... three short lessons and I gained better control of my lower and higher notes ... extending my range from 2.5 to 3.5 octaves in the process!

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