#1
i use my falsetto a lot, its pretty much my signature... singing... thing...
but anyway, i was singing today... and i just couldnt do it... my voice would get all raspy and i would barely squeeze out anything. anyone know whats wrong?
#2
Probably just having an off day. Or you could be dehydrated.
Gulp down the water!

Some days your voice just doesn't want to preform...Rest it up.
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#3
well there comes a point in everyman's life....
but actually maybe youve been just overusing your voice lately
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#5
yeah, dry throat or a strained voice more likely. i can get the same thing when i do screaming vocals. warm up more even tho it sounds dumb, it'll save you from getting nodes or blowing a gasket. lol.
#6
I caught bronchitis (sp?) and had it for a month, and it's been a week since I got better and I STILL cant use my falsetto. It's really starting to make me mad.

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#7
The only thing I can think of is that sometimes if I've been yelling too much (at a sports game or something similar) my upper range disappears temporarily. For me, it just needs a little rest, some water couldn't hurt though.

Oh, and try the vocal tips thread at the top of the forum, you'll probly get the best help there.
#8
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The only thing I can think of is that sometimes if I've been yelling too much (at a sports game or something similar) my upper range disappears temporarily. For me, it just needs a little rest, some water couldn't hurt though.

Oh, and try the vocal tips thread at the top of the forum, you'll probly get the best help there.



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