Ep. 21 "Falsetto Vs. Head Voice"

Released Friday, July 27, 2012

Sorry for the audio issue. What's the difference between Falsetto and Head Voice? Voice Teacher Justin Stoney hopes to answer this question clearly and to end the confusion between the two once and for all. Learn the difference between these registers in Episode 21.

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