i've written a song that my bands performing, the problem being that the verse is using my mixed voice and the chorus uses falsetto
meaning, that there is a major volume drop between the two parts of the song which really takes away from the impact of the chorus (and i've tried singing the chorus down an octave and it just sounds stupid)

is there a way that i can "fill out" my falsetto a bit more to reduce the drop in volume?
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You can always add gain to your mic signal through a pedal or something, live?
The only thing I can think of is singing everything quieter, and turning the volume up on the channel your mic is on. Additionally, you can try moving closer to the mic (I'm talking practically kissing it) for more volume.
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There is another potential solution. Change the key of the song so that you can still use a more powerful part of your vocal range for the chorus.

Yeah if you can't wail up there to well it's probably better to just drop the key a bit.