Many of my vocal students are working diligently on experimenting with their head voice and falsetto. During the lessons I've been breaking down more of how these work, to help students understand with various vocal exercises to help them sound amazing. The basics of head voice and falsetto have similarities,
Falsetto is a breathy, airy tone produced by men when they possibly get past Middle C, yet everyone is different. So don't compare your voice to others. Falsetto singing isn't supported well in the diaphragm. Head voice is where a vocalist feels vibrations in their face while they sing. The tone appear to sound exactly like falsetto, yet the vibrations in the face: lips, cheeks, forehead and around the face, create a head voice. Want to share some of my favorite YouTubes that explain these concepts so well. The main exercises include. lip trills and sirens to make you tone flow from chest voice to head voice and falsetto. These techniques will help you sound better.
One of the videos I really like is from Matt. Ramsey, a. vocal coach who really explains more of the variations of Head Voice and Falsetto.
The other video is from Adam Mishan, who delineates more ideas. Plus both of these vocal coachs, singers and performers explain about mixed voice where the chest and head voice is combined. These are worth checking out.
What are some of your ways to explain the variations of falsetto and head voice? Would like to know. Thanks for your support. Blessings.