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Rob halford question
February 9, 2017
2:21 pm
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Hello whenever i try to hit high notes like b4 or c5 it sounds constrained and strained. I wanna know how to learn a technique that makes it smooth.

In the song Desert Plains by Rob Halford he hits a C5 and it sounds kinda belting. I dont know what technique he uses. Is it all chest voice?

The C5 is in 2:01 mark

February 13, 2017
1:45 pm
Luke Boy
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For many styles of music, singers really want to have that “chest” sound throughout their entire vocal range. This is because “chest voice” has a certain powerful quality to it, that head voice does not. It is possible to maintain this “chest” sound into your upper vocal registers, with some special techniques of singing. When you want to get that “chest” voice sound higher in your range, it’s very tempting to “push” for it. And when you do this you immediately put strain on your voice, and your tone quality suffers badly. You need to learn and understand these techniques. Message me if you have any questions. Smile

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