My vocal range is E2-G4 in chest voice and G#4-F#5 in mixed voice so I think I have a pretty good range and high voice; my problem is my falsetto When I sing in this register I'm only confortable from G4 to F#5 even though its range goes from F4 to G5 (I need to push a bit more to get a controlled G5) I can hit a G#5 but I'd say it's completely disconnected from the rest of my falsetto since I can hit it and then descend but I can't slide up to it I even hit some A5s in the past but most of the times I can't go that high Overall my falsetto is pretty weak especially when compared to my chest and mixed voice and it seems strange to me that I can only go a semitone higher than my highest note in the mixed register I quit smoking 4-5 months ago so I don't think that's the problem, I drink a lot of coffee though, does it affect singing? I sing for 1 hour and sometimes even more every day, should I train more? Or should I actually sing less and let my voice rest?
It's not weird that your falsetto is weaker than your chest and mix, in fact it would be weird if it wasn't.
I'd say the best your for your vocal training at this point would be to stop focusing on range. Make what you have sound good, THEN you can focus on moving on to higher stuff.
And it's really hard to say what you need to do without examples of what you sound like.
I 100% agree with that. Range doesn't matter if you sound bad. Make that E2-G4 range shine. Then works on expanding your already decent range.
Thank you, I decided I'll keep on working on my voice to strengthen it across all my vocal range for a while, then I'll try again to extend it It probably was the best and most obvious thing to do from the beginning lol