#1
Lately I've browsing youtube for help with Falsetto, but to little avail. I can sing in Falstto, but I can't get the exact pitch I want within my falsetto. Any tips/exercises I can do to improve my falsetto?

Thanks.
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#2
practice singing along with the falsetto parts in "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" by the Tokens. (it's the Lion King song)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LBmUwi6mEo


Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys is also another good falsetto'er to cover.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mN7Xs9WVNBU


Once you get comfortable hitting a few notes within songs, you will have your bearing so-to-speak, and can begin to branch out melodically. First thing to do (in my opinion) would be to make sure you know your range, and when your voice breaks up and transitions into falsetto. If you don't know this, you might accidentally not sing in falsetto when you intend to.
#3
Quote by dirtydarin
practice singing along with the falsetto parts in "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" by the Tokens. (it's the Lion King song)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LBmUwi6mEo


Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys is also another good falsetto'er to cover.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mN7Xs9WVNBU


Once you get comfortable hitting a few notes within songs, you will have your bearing so-to-speak, and can begin to branch out melodically. First thing to do (in my opinion) would be to make sure you know your range, and when your voice breaks up and transitions into falsetto. If you don't know this, you might accidentally not sing in falsetto when you intend to.


I already found where my voice breaks, it's just an issue of smoothing the transition and getting the exact pitch I want with good tone.
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#4
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I already found where my voice breaks, it's just an issue of smoothing the transition and getting the exact pitch I want with good tone.



Unfortunately theres no tip or trick that can be given to you to make you any better at that. It's just a matter of practicing. A vocal coach can hold your hand while you practice and tell you what -not- to do, but chances are (since you are here requesting help) you already can decipher between what sounds good, and what doesn't. Just keep at it. To me personally, a lot of it was just a matter of building the confidence to do it. I know when I first sang in falsetto, I was a little worried that my band would think I'm a dork/sissy/whatever. Then I dove right in, and although my first few practices with them were patchy, my falsetto only got better over time.

Really though, I think you should just practice singing along with something in falsetto. It surely couldn't hurt.
#5
Just don't confuse your "tone" for hitting the correct pitch. Everyone's voice is different, so just aim for the note you want and strike. Also keep in mind your falsetto register (generally) requires a lot less from the gut than your modal register.
#6
Slides. Do a howl sort of sound starting at your highest and then sliding down to the bottom of your falsetto, as low as you can go without chest voice. This will help you gain control in that range. Then try the same thing only stop on certain notes.
Finally try singing along to basic songs in a high register, dirtydarin mentioned a few good ones.