My confusion with my voice

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    Cnktdvc 11 months ago

    I had a typical child voice tone which was thin, and when I started to be a teenager, I got a way deeper voice and I was able to use them both separately and even switch to another every word I say in a sentence. That thin voice changed a little bit, kinda improved to be more of a thin teenager voice. I am still able to use them both and I have lots of questions about it. Is my thin voice my head voice or falsetto? If not, what is it? Is it just my voice tone a couple octaves higher? If so why does it sound funny and bad while people are telling me that my low voice is so beautiful when I sing? Either way, how can I improve and make it sound beautiful as the deep one? I'm so confused, am I talented (I can go from D#2 to E6) or am I disabled or something lol. Please someone let me know 🙏

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    Camille van Niekerk 11 months ago

    It sounds like you're describing your head voice / falsetto. The best way to develop your tone and power in head voice is to spend time exercising it, using different vowel shapes, and developing your mix! I encourage you to check out the many lesson series on our site (and YouTube channel) on head voice, tone, and mix. My level 2 beginner course is a great deep dive into mix, to start: https://www.30daysinger.com/tutorial/30-day-beginner-course-level-2-with-camille

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    Ahmed elrofaie 9 months ago

    thanks Camille and Cnktdvc, i have the same problem i have a wide range in my chest voice and also wide range in my head register, but my head voice doesnt sound good as my chest voice ,reading this really helpfull :) 

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    Camille van Niekerk 9 months ago

    Glad to help, Ahmed! I know how frustrating it is to dislike the distinct tone of your head voice, especially when it sounds weak, thin or breathy. I promise it gets stronger over time and hopefully one day, you'll enjoy that part of your voice, too! It can be inspiring to listen to singers whose head voice or falsetto has a distinct tone, which they use for stylistic effect - like Chris Martin from Coldplay or Billie Eilish. Best of luck to you!

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