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#1 2014-11-27 22:30:38

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Is this guy using head voice/Mix technique?





is this counter-tenor technique?

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#2 2014-11-27 22:49:28

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Re: Is this guy using head voice/Mix technique?

Yes, you can say it's counter-tenor technique. BUT without the classical sound color normally used by counter-tenors.

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#3 2014-12-03 03:20:21

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Re: Is this guy using head voice/Mix technique?

Martin H wrote:

Yes, you can say it's counter-tenor technique. BUT without the classical sound color normally used by counter-tenors.

What do you mean without the classical sound colour?

Also @ 2:12  he does it without a microphone

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#4 2014-12-03 09:20:17

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Re: Is this guy using head voice/Mix technique?

Here is a clip of two classical counter tenors:



Listen to the difference in sound color compared to the clips you posted.

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#5 2014-12-03 17:36:51

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Re: Is this guy using head voice/Mix technique?

Well to be fair i dont hear this as a countertenor technique. Moreso it's a guy thats either in prepuberty or has a voice around the same size as a girl.
However is it possible to get these sounds for example with the aid of countertenor techniques? Yes i do belive so, it's alot of Work but doable

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#6 2014-12-04 03:32:02

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Re: Is this guy using head voice/Mix technique?

Jens wrote:

Well to be fair i dont hear this as a countertenor technique. Moreso it's a guy thats either in prepuberty or has a voice around the same size as a girl.
However is it possible to get these sounds for example with the aid of countertenor techniques? Yes i do belive so, it's alot of Work but doable

I don't think so. Here's another Filipino singing the same song, and he sounds similar.  This guy is not in pre-puberty, nor is his vocal chords the same size as a girl.




This second link he sings with a female voice and a male voice.

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