The terms, "chest voice" and "head voice" are metaphors for the vocal registers, they do not actually exist in reality. This lack of 'reality' in using these terms, unknowingly creates confusion for students of singing. There are several issues to be concerned with. One of those issues is that "C/H" concepts of vocal registers makes students perceive singing higher frequencies as "up" & "down" or "low" and "high". When singers perceive singing in the context of "up" & "down" and "low" & "high", it tends to make singers push and sing with too much constriction. It aggravates the bodies temptation to sing too high in the chest voice or belt too high. Learn how to change your perception of singing as "up"/"down" and "low"/"high" to the more accurate definition of vocal registration based on what is happening at the "vibratory mechanism", or the condition of the vocal folds and how they are behaving. When students of singing learn what is REALLY going on, amazing gains in your training begin to take off. Learn more about the world-class vocal technique in the TVS training program titled, "The Four Pillars of Singing".

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