#1
I don't know which forum this is meant to go in!

What do i drink or eat to make sure i have a falsetto-it's for the bridge in dani california. Or what are your tricks to make sure you have a falsetto (other than not yell your head off!)
Thanks, if this is in the wrong forum please dont delete it or report me, just move-thanks
#4
Wow, the Bee Gees covering Dani California?
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#6
you have to learn how to sing -.-

Also you may not even be able too because some peoples voices are just not made for it
#8
Do it in baritone.
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#10
Eat or drink? I would think you'd just have to have water now and again when practicing.
#11
You don't just "get a falsetto" by eating or drinking certain things.
Anyone can sing falsetto, and there are exercises to make it more powerful, rather than it sounding like a pre-pubescent girl's voice.
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#12
Just sing it normally.
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#13
I love singing in falsetto. I've been trying to develop my head voice, since I like the sound of it more than falsetto.

Just keep yourself healthy, since it's hella hard to sing in falsetto when you're sick. Well, it's not hard, it's just painful, and you can't hit those super-high Matt Bellamy/Jeff Buckley/Thom Yorke-style notes when you're sick.
#14
Ok, I've obviously not explained myself very well...
What I meant was, what can I eat or drink or something to make the falsetto easier, like the opposite of what I want would be chocolate. I know water is fairly good, but it's still not good enough. I can do a falsetto by the way, its just my voice may be a little bit shot.

Thanks, sorry I didn't explain properly before
#15
Half a banana seems like it works, so I've heard.
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#16
drink warm/hot tea. And make sure you relax while you're doing it.

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#17
First of all. No chocolate.
In fact, no sweet things.

Practise with your normal voice first, increasing the range. Then slowly go up to falsetto, each time trying to hit higher notes and keeping them.

Do it loud, but not loud enough to damage your voice. It's difficult to do it, but with enough practise you might become as good as this guy:

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=YjO_VXHxsRw
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#18
Stay away from dairy.

EDIT: ^^^^That dude was talented, but still, WTF?
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#19
That Vitas guy is insane! it makes me feel pathetic...[sob]

Ok...so no sweets, chocolate or dairy? Half a banana, coffee or tea.
Thanks, any more?
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#20
Yeah. I can sing some of Mika's stuff and I though I was good... until I heard Vitas.


That guy has immense falsetto skills.
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#24
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Ok, I've obviously not explained myself very well...
What I meant was, what can I eat or drink or something to make the falsetto easier, like the opposite of what I want would be chocolate. I know water is fairly good, but it's still not good enough. I can do a falsetto by the way, its just my voice may be a little bit shot.

Thanks, sorry I didn't explain properly before


Wait, you find falsetto hard to do? Are you sure you're doing it right?
#25
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Wait, you find falsetto hard to do? Are you sure you're doing it right?


Proper falsetto is quite difficult for some.

I mean anyone can go into a what I call, speaking falsetto and say stuff.

However performing it in Cantabile Falsetto is difficult in terms of the pitching, the range and the dictation etc.
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#26
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Proper falsetto is quite difficult for some.

I mean anyone can go into a what I call, speaking falsetto and say stuff.

However performing it in Cantabile Falsetto is difficult in terms of the pitching, the range and the dictation etc.


I've always found it pretty easy. Maybe I'm just weird.
#27
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I've always found it pretty easy. Maybe I'm just weird.

I've found it pretty easy. Hence why I said it might be difficult for some.
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#29
Yeah, i've always had a really good one too. But that Vitas thing.. holy hell.

I can hit up to an A5, no problem (17th fret, High E)
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#30
But the idea is, after some loud-ish singing, this should make the falsetto easier.

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#31
well, I've given up. I'm singing it normally, after all, I am only backing singer.
#32
My advice is not to push yourself. it should be very comfortable or else its not in your falsetto range
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