#1
In the second half of "Mordecai" by Between the Buried and Me, is Tommy singing falsetto? I'm new to singing tehniques, and just wanted to know.
#2
I don't think so; I think he's just singing in a higher pitch.
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#3
Quote by larrytheguitar
I don't think so; I think he's just singing in a higher pitch.

That's what I thought at first, but in certain parts it just seems like a falsetto.
#4
Quote by DonWeaso
That's what I thought at first, but in certain parts it just seems like a falsetto.

That's called changing pitch
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#5
Quote by mattkendell
That's called changing pitch

I'm not THAT new to it. Haha. :P

I just thought the first few notes were. Doesn't matter to me, I was just curious. I like his singing quite alot. Lovely tone.
#6
actually it sounds like the higher lines towards the end start off in falsetto then switch to full voice as he goes down

he's got quite a weak breathy kinda voice going on though so it's harder to tell, but I'm pretty sure I'm hearing the transition in the second part, he's in falsetto or a light head voice on the high B's then goes to full voice when he hits the A below that