TDKshorty
The Swami
Join date: Sep 2006
4,190 IQ
#1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_NilMVh1pQ

How does one do volume swells like at 0:48 and 1:53.

I just don't know how to do that at all. I'm teaching myself how to sing and I've learned the best and really only way I can hold a pitch and get a good tone is just belting out my notes but I'm self-conscious about it and then, going from those sort of falsetto notes to just loud notes is tough, I'm not sure how to do it.


EDIT: Would this be going from head voice to chest voice?
And we will weave in and out of sanity unnoticed
Swirling in blissfully restless visions of all our bleary progress
Glowing in radiant madness
Last edited by TDKshorty at Jun 15, 2013,
Sethis
Registered User
Join date: Dec 2011
171 IQ
#2
There is no volume swell. He just sings a note in falsetto, stops to take a breath and then hits a note in full voice. They're not connected.
SHartsell
Scott Hartsell
Join date: Feb 2011
86 IQ
#3
Quote by Sethis
There is no volume swell. He just sings a note in falsetto, stops to take a breath and then hits a note in full voice. They're not connected.


Right the volume difference comes from falsetto notes naturally being softer than regular notes within your range
TDKshorty
The Swami
Join date: Sep 2006
4,190 IQ
#4
Hmm, it's just really hard for me to do haha
And we will weave in and out of sanity unnoticed
Swirling in blissfully restless visions of all our bleary progress
Glowing in radiant madness