Dimash Kudaibergen VOCAL RANGE | Analysis by Singer Songwriter


Hi everyone its Caleb Coles here I’m an
Australian singer-songwriter. Today we’re going to be analyzing Dimash’s range
and looking at just how he achieves this phenomenal range that he does have. The
way we’re going to do this is I’m gonna play a YouTube clip called Dimash’s
vocal range and I’ll put the link in the description to the original video in
case you want to check that out. And what I’ll do is I’ll watch that and then as
we go I’ll pause it and I’ll break down and analyze what Dimash is actually
doing in order to achieve his massive range. So I’ll give some examples. There is
obviously going to be things I can’t do because Dimash is super human but I can
nonetheless talk about it so why don’t we get started. If you end up enjoying
this video make sure to tell people about it, share it around and also
subscribe to this video so let’s get started. Okay so you could hear him there he goes
down to an F. Now Dimash is a tenor. Now you might be thinking Dimash is
superhuman. He’s a bass and a Baritone, and a tenor and a countertenor.
The thing about a voice type is it doesn’t necessarily tell you the limit
of someone’s range. What it tells you is where their voice transitions so a tenor
is going to transition higher even if they’ve got a low range that is
extraordinary if that makes sense, and even if they’ve got a lot of low
resonance. Here’s how he does his low notes. He keeps the microphone very close
to his mouth to maximize proximity effect, if you don’t know what that is
check out my video on microphone technique. And he has trained to get as
much low resonance as possible, he’s learned how to have the correct amount
of breath support the right amount of beefiness.
The funny thing about low notes though, and I’ll just add this as a little aside,
low notes you actually want head resonance as well. You want it to ring
and you wanted to have a nice beefiness. Dimash, incredible low range. Let’s keep
watching Now here’s the interesting thing about
Dimash and this is where his tenor voice really comes out, he’s singing a C5 there
and it still got a lot of chest resonance.
Really he hasn’t flipped over into a more head dominant full voice he is
keeping that low energy and if we go a little bit earlier
he does some B’s and some B flats. Let’s do a B. That’s
a B, for instance in SOS when he belts that note at the end it’s a B before he
goes up really high. Now there’s a few ways to hit a B, you can go like (sings). Chest dominant, you can do it head dominant (sings) head dominant. Now they were
both full voice, neither of those were falsetto a head voice but there were two
different ways of attacking the note. The extraordinarily thing about Dimash, or
one of the extraordinary things about Dimash is that he can hit chest
dominant C’s and even D’s. Now for me B maybe C is about as high as I can go in
a chest dominant way. You’re hearing his C’s here very chest dominant, phenomenal Let’s keep
watching See that that was a chest dominant
C-sharp. I can’t do that I can get to a C being chest dominant which is quite
hard and he keeps it all the way up to the C sharp. Now here’s where you hear the transition
for Dimash is around the D. See that was where he starts to get into a head dominant
mixed voice. It’s still a full voice it’s still incredibly powerful but he’s no
longer holding all that weight. He wasn’t going (sings) he didn’t have that low energy as
much. He then transitioned and let the resonance do the work so he could hit
that (sings). See how when i ended that note it didn’t click or crack because it was
still a full voice but up to that D he’s then really resonating in his head and
he’s got that phenomenal power let’s keep watching. So you can hear the difference in tone
now when he’s up around E (sings) Full, powerful, but he’s really
transitioned into a powerful mixed voice that has more head dominant resonance. See
the brilliant thing about Dimash is he can transition so late if he wants to
that he can blend his voice perfectly. He can mask any transition and keep a
phenomenal amount of resonance and vibrato that is even throughout his
range and that takes a lot of training. Now once you start getting around the F
sharp to the G what starts happening now is it so high you’re really letting go
of most of the chest resonance. It’s still a mixed voice but you’re so high
now that you’re trying to maximize your mouth shape and your resonance and your
pharyngeal resonance in order to keep the sound forward and
powerful and full. And so you can hear now that he’s starting to shift in tone
again as he gets up around that F-sharp G kind of region. Did you see his mouth then? Let’s see that
again that’s so cool. See that? Now for this G he’s not doing a
reinforced falsetto. If you’re wondering what that is, a reinforced falsetto is
where you lose the coordination in your vocal cords and as a result you force
the note out essentially through a very high larynx position and basically
through blasting air through. So for instance a reinforced falsetto has that
Bee-Gee like sound (sings) so it’s not open and it’s it’s Flutey and it’s not pretty, right? so
Dimash is not doing that he is open. Let’s watch that again. See that? (sings) So
what I just did was a full voice belting mixed voice you could see I was keeping
everything open and actually yes my Larynx has to rise a little bit
obviously because of how high that note is but it’s not a high larynx position.
In fact everything’s come down as much as possible, you’re keeping your
diaphragm support, you’re managing the airflow properly and it’s just an
extension of all the lower notes. So you know you go through your passagio, you
keep it you keep it and you just get all the way up to that note. So Dimash does
that fantastic. To hit a B in mixed voice is absolutely
crazy. I’m pretty sure it was mixed voice will listen to it again. But even his
A’s are just so resonant so he goes from the D to the A in hello for
instance you can hear that he’s just transitioning perfectly in mixed voice
he goes (sings) keeping that that full resonance. Very hard to do. Then he goes up to the
b-flat and even the B let’s listen to that B because there might have been a bit
of a transition there. You do hear a crack there that doesn’t
mean it’s not mixed voice, like sometimes your voice can just flip a little bit. You can hear it doesn’t sound as connected,
B-flat was definitely mixed voice. Great (sings) Very very high. I don’t think I can
get to a B in a mixed voice, I can sing b-flat I know that. I’m not even gonna
try but um I know Dimash could even if this one here isn’t mixed voice, very
hard to tell. Even if that one isn’t I guarantee you he can hit a B. If you’re
gonna hit a B-flat live like that then that’s surely not the edge of his range
he’s got a few more notes. Anyway let’s keep watching. Now you can hear he’s
clearly change register. Now the terminology that this person’s using
head voice slash falsetto is incorrect. So earlier his mixed voice range
overlaps his falsetto range, so he’s just so well coordinated that he usually uses
a mixed voice instead of a falsetto but sometimes he’ll intentionally use a
falsetto, so in SOS he hits a few falsetto like notes. But what we’re
hearing here is what is called a flageolet register which is essentially a
an extension of a falsetto register. Head voice again it’s a little bit misleading,
you can call it those things but it’s it’s technically not correct I don’t
believe. Now what’s happening here is a flageolet I can’t I can only go up to
about maybe a C, C sharp. So from here on out I’m checking out cuz Dimash goes too
high. But if you’re looking at a C here’s how you do it. (sings) Hear that that’s a
different register? That’s not falsetto, falsetto is (sings) (sings) Then he
keeps going up, so that was a c-sharp. I can get to around a D and then it cuts
out. But what you do in order to sing in that way for those who are trying to
understand Dimash’s is range which is what this video is about, is essentially your
vocal cords take on a similar technique to what falsetto is, but you learn to
train your vocal cords to come together. What happens in falsetto is the breath
is forcing the air, basically the vocal cords apart, because the breath
is causing this thing. That’s that airy sound. In a flageolet up this
high your cords aren’t doing that anymore.
You’ve trained them to come together and that’s what gives it that
pure piercing sound. It’s not really a head voice it’s a flageolet. Such power for those notes as well and
the absolute control. Another time I will do a video analyzing his breath control
and his ultimate agility with his voice but this is just analyzing how he hits
those high notes. So good. I think this is where I check
out. I think I could get to C#, I already did that earlier, up to the C#
I could control it, once I get to the D I’m out. And the fact that Dimash could
not only hit it, he can control it and do it constantly without screwing up is
phenomenal. That always, and he’s gonna do it again,
it always tripped me out how he was able to sing in a mixed voice that was
so powerful and then crack into a high flageolet because the techniques are very
different like really really different. And so like I can sing in a pretty high
flageolet, not as high as Dimash but I can kind of do it and I can sing in a mix
voice, but I’ve never been able to just transition like he does. So again the
agility is phenomenal. Okay so it’s very interesting when you
listen to Dimash he can go up consistently to the E6 in a flageolet and
a little bit higher, like he just did an F. Which for me says that around there
that’s around about as comfortable as he is in going in flageolet. I assume he
can go probably up to the, maybe up to the G if he wanted to. But when you’re
live you never want to push yourself quite to your limit, you want to peg it
back a little bit so you can be guaranteed you’re gonna nail it. I think
that’s actually about as high as he can go in flageolet and then he
transitioned registers again which is whistle register. Now whistle voice is
completely different to flageolet flageolet is like head voice, like
falsetto, like even mixed voice. It’s your vocal cords coming together and
vibrating and flageolet is the highest extension of that zip, right? Different
technique to falsetto but still your vocal cords are vibrating. When you do
whistle register it’s no longer the vibrations caused in the same manner.
What you do is you essentially lift the vocal cords in such a way that you try
to skim the air off the edge of the vocal folds. Not the edge that’s
coming together, but the the part of the vocal folds that actually hold the vocal
cords together, it skims off that little opening. And so what you’re doing is
you’re manipulating your throat so that there’s only a tiny little hole
basically and that’s where the air is coming through so that’s how you
manipulate the sound. So again it’s completely different to all the other
registers and so I can’t even sing in whistle voice, I used to be able to but
to be honest I don’t really need to for my genre so I never practised it. But it’s
a really cool thing to be able to do and it takes a lot of effort and Dimash
has nailed that register so let’s listen to him as he uses it. Flageolet. Whilsle. Flageolet. Whilsle. Here is the famous one. That was a little bit of an analysis of
Dimash’s vocal range. He uses every single range there is, and within each
range category he has a phenomenal range. So within his chest voice range he can
hit higher notes in chest voice than almost anyone I’ve heard and
can go very low as well. Within the mixed voice range, the belting mixed voice, he can go as high as anyone I’ve ever heard. In terms of flageolet he can go as high
as high as anyone I’ve ever heard and in whistle voice he can go as high as
anyone I’ve ever heard. And he can transition all the ranges. So this was
really fun to go through this video. I hope you enjoyed it, if you did share it
with friends, make sure to subscribe and I’ll see you all in the next video.
Thanks guys

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100 thoughts on “Dimash Kudaibergen VOCAL RANGE | Analysis by Singer Songwriter”

  1. tinuviel07 says:

    So nice to see your passion for music.

  2. Russ M says:

    This is more informative then other videos I've seen of dimash. Well done, much appreciated.

  3. Isabel Giraldo says:

    Dimash is amazing!! Not only does he have a wide vocal range but he masterfully uses it in his tones, semitones and transitions in a perfect way in the different musical styles hi sings. He is an an angel!!! 👍👏❤💙

  4. SHE Goddess says:

    I learned a lot ☺️ thanks for the video

  5. Diana Medina Rocha says:

    Amazing video like always, can you react to amazing vocals of exo please💙

  6. Diana Medina Rocha says:

    React to when dimash has fun with his voice

  7. Juan Garcia says:

    kool analysis!!! really enjoyed it! they should update that video though!

  8. Russian Girl says:

    The breath analysis video idea sounds great. Looking forward to it.

  9. Medea Turmanidze says:

    Hello Caleb. Thank you so much for putting post of Dimash…

  10. Jane Airth says:

    he said himself its a secret in his recent interview hinting that it was lower and higher. Good to see him setting the bar for guys 🙂 – love your vidsx

  11. Green star says:

    Thank you Caleb…very interesting video….

  12. Sandra Silva says:

    Oi Caleb! Adorei as explicações (acompanhei pela legenda em português) é muito apaixonante esse tipo de conteúdo e vou ficar na espera do próximo explicando sobre o controle da respiração de Dimash o/o/o/ LIKE! Kisses from Brazil! <3

  13. Raquel Calvete says:

    Thank you Caleb , I share this video because you know what you talking about. Is some things that i dont understand but i felling like than you put my thoughts in order, the transitions is the must dificult for me to understand in Dimash, but you are the best! Now i Understand, Thank you. Sure the dears will go to love this explanations , Thank you and a big hug from the Dimash Oficial Portuguese Fan Club.

  14. Jee MJ says:

    Tq for the amazing analysis👏Btw,Caleb, pls don't forget to check out for the release of Dimash's MV for Know tomorrow. Peace❤

  15. Barbara Saracini says:

    YES, I REALLY enjoyed this! Thanks so much for helping us non- singers better understand how the vocal cords work. One reactor made a joke that Dimash has "body builder" vocal cords. I better understand now what he was talking about. 😄

  16. babyswithrabies says:

    probably my favorite singing video on the internet not even going to lie. do you have any tips on getting into that head dominate mix? i only have the very chesty mix which tops out at about a c5/ c#5. i can touch notes above that stacatto but i can't sustain them at all. if i do they turn into vocal fry screams…which i don't mind being able to do and i do them without hurting my voice but if you had any tips i'd love that. you have such a good voice…hitting that f2 like you did a tenor (at least i assume you are) is great…i have my morning voice on right now and can kinda get it but i usually bottom out about a2/g#2 and have to flip into a chest/fry mix (kinda like subharmonics) which i'm getting better at. your high notes are just so effortless and with such great technique.

  17. Javier20 .Javier20 says:

    He's got model looks, beautiful face, he appears to be humble and very spiritual. God giving voice ! He's not from this world

  18. babyswithrabies says:

    what a great video, still in aw of you being able to demonstrate so much of this and your knowledge of it. if you ever decide to do any singing tutorial style videos i'd be right there to watch believe me.

  19. Томирис Башкирова says:


  20. Morag Osullivan says:

    Thank you. I love your knowledge and respect, I did enjoy and share your version of SOS. Thank you. X

  21. Lhinda Kudaibergen says:

    Insane xD

  22. Jonas Lonnroth says:

    I am sure that there are people following your videos who would be able to translate what you say in your videos in well versed Russian and Spanish. There are lots of interesting commentaries, especially in Russian but also in French, Spanish and Portuguese. But how could it be done? Is it possible to choose one specific language for subtitles among several like for a movie? I guess that you'd have to publish one version of the video for each language.

  23. Fofa Ali says:

    What an amazing voice !!

  24. JULIA GARCIA says:

    Wo derful, mamy opra teachers CAN'T understand, they think only by paterns

  25. Anthony Lamb says:

    Hi Caleb. Excellent analysis and commentary! Wonderful demonstration as well! You're quite talented yourself! I was in Show Choir in high school. Think the show 'Glee'. I'm a baritone. I use to get frustrated cuz the director kept switching me between bass and tenor. Now I can appreciate it. I was able to sing all the tenor highs, but struggled with the lower bass. 2 decades later I've managed to extend my lows quite low. I've even learned to use the 'Fire Breathing' technique that Tim Foust likes. I'm jealous of your highs though! I'd love to see you do this type of video on Tim Foust! Some reactions to his Acapella group 'Home Free' would be awesome as well. Thanks again bro!! 😁😁👍👍👍👍👍

  26. Cassandra Butler says:

    Thank you Caleb, your information is more understanding and more knowledge than any vocal reactors . I think underneath your voice, you must be a real good singer.

  27. Natalia Osipova says:

    Wow, you did a great job! Thank you, it was very interesting

  28. Danuta Wolfram says:

  29. Randy Wissler says:

    We all know what his confirmed range is, but Dimash himself says he's keeping his actual range a secret. I can only imagine what he hasn't shown us yet!!

  30. Kalamkas bbb says:

    It is very intersting to see and hear your explanations.Thank you!

  31. Farida larman says:

    Caleb, спасибо за отличный разбор! Столько интересного рассказал и показал! Получается уникальность Димаша не только в его широчайшем диапазоне, но и в способности брать низкие и высокие запредельные ноты в каждом конкретном диапазоне, я так поняла из автосубтитров. Уффф! Вот это даааааа! Конечно, я люблю песни Димаша и без этих знаний, с первых звуков его песен моя душа летает. Это счастье слышать Димаша!

  32. Iaura Nogueira says:

    Thank you very much for your great reaction 😍 you are Amazing and Dimash is the Best 💙 kiss from Portugal 🇵🇹 😍

  33. Santiago Glew says:

    I really hope this video gets a lot of views because it's full of knowledge, super clear for anyone (even not musicians) to understand and learn. Thanks Caleb!

  34. Snarky Tart says:

    Thanks, Caleb! I live for this kind of technical analysis of what Dimash is doing, as only someone like yourself can explain it. I'll watch this video again and again, learning more from you, and about Dimash, each time. I absolutely cannot wait for you to do the agility and breath control analyses, both of which fascinate me when it comes to Dimash…especially the breath control which is just insane!

  35. Toni Penkova says:

    Thank you Caleb ! Great analysis as always ! Love from Bulgaria ♥️🇧🇬♥️

  36. Eman namE says:

    Best way to put it is , when you let air out of a balloon . The more the walls touch as air comes out the higher the pitch/sound is.

  37. Maurice BEUCHER says:

    J'aime vos réactions sur Dimash et l'admiration d'un chanteur vis à vis d'un autre chanteur.

  38. Seppo Kanerva says:

    A very interesting analysis. Thank you, Caleb. I enjoyed it, and maybe even learnt a bit.

  39. cld48 says:

    I could listen to this all day! Thank you!

  40. intel70100 says:

    Hi Caleb so pleased your feeling better. That was an Excellent Analysis of the vocal range of Dimash SPOT ON.
    In my opinion Dimash has a God Given Gift not only with his voice but also with who he is as a person; Kind, Generous with his time Genuine, & Humble. We in the Western World can learn a lot about his part of the world as well. Love your Dimash Reactions and your Channel.👍👍❤️❤️❤️

  41. Gina G says:


  42. David Cullen says:

    Awesome look at Dimash's powers. Thanks! I enjoyed the analysis — and how much fun you had doing it! Loved those smiles when D made his magic.

  43. Ruslan Temirov says:

    @Caleb Coles Music
    Замечательный и ПОЛЕЗНЫЙ анализ. С вашей помощью я узнал кое-что совсем новое о голосе Димаша. СПАСИБО!
    A remarkable and USEFUL analysis. With your help, I learned something completely new about the voice of Dimash. THANK YOU!

  44. Sandra vieira da silva says:

    nem ouviu.

  45. ADAMGASMIC1 says:

    Ohhh Dear Caleb, i have missed your videos so much!! thank you very much for doing such an educative video about Dimash!! You are the best Ever!! Love and Light from Venezuela country (SouthAmerica).- xoxo

  46. ecceben says:

    Awesome, thanks Caleb for the great analysis of surely one of the most agile, developed voices of our time! For a layperson such as myself, your explanations are quite interesting and sparking all manner of probably basic, but nonetheless fascinating (to me) questions.

    Would you say Dimash's mastery of moving through the passagio something more attributable to his early training, right through puberty when the voice changes, or just a natural flexibility in his voice, or a combination of the two? I don't know that I've ever even heard his voice "crack" as most of us mere mortals would climbing up the scales.

    Also, I've noticed in several of his videos, he does this what I'd call a tongue thrust either just before a very high note, or switching registers. Is that a common way to reset the voice, so to speak? I don't know the proper terminology, but you can especially see it in the Gakku performance, just prior to him starting the run where his mic cuts out (@4:30 in the full video), the middle part of Sinful Passion (around @2:55 in the full video).

    The first comparable singer this particular physiological idiosyncrasy brings to my mind is the late, great Jessye Norman. Her's is particularly evident from a 1985 performance of "Give Me Jesus". It's at 38:25, through the end of the song, several times, at, if you'd like to take a look. In my layman's mind, I just imagine that particular movement as a "reset" of the voice, hah, and have always wondered if it's an actual singer technique or just something particular to each person. Dimash is the first person I've ever really noticed it so much besides Ms. Norman.

    Thanks for all the great analyses, and great music! (And apologies for a wordy comment, haha)

  47. Valerie Rhodes says:

    Awww, Caleb. Thank you for this. I get so peeved when other people talk about Dimash's high head voice and the flageolet and falsetto notes, calling all of them whistle voice. Arggh. I am almost entirely untrained vocally, and even I can hear the difference between his actual whistle tones and the other tones he produces! I wonder if the problem is that at certain pitches most people can only "whistle" out a note, but at those same pitched Dimash is still producing wonderful open tones. If that's the case, then it feels like it is simple semantic laziness. Thoughts?? Thank you for you thoughtful scrutiny, and your desire to accurately ID what is going on. all the best. 🙂

  48. Dubz BC says:

    You right he often reach E6… He enjoy in that note.. 😂 😁

  49. Gromen Banks says:

    Thanks for the video. I think you've done a very good job, but I've been watching some videos of reactions from the singing teachers, and each one calls the techniques that Dimash uses differently. They call the flagolet whistle, or the mixed voice calls it belting and so on. And it is quite confusing.

  50. Neji513 says:

    i now know of flagolets, never knew what that was

  51. Rosangela Ruza says:

    Dimash é incrível!! Um Príncipe e Mago da música!! Inigualável!!

  52. lovely Karyam says:

    Hi Caleb , happy to see you in agood health . To be honest with you , you are the only one who i can listen to analysing Dimash's amazing voice without regret . Dimash is my SOUL . Love your video alot 💜💜💜💜

  53. Zhiyong Zhao says:

    What is fragerly register that Caleb mentioned in the video?

  54. Saya says:

    YOUR range tho 😱 nice 👍👍 I have no more words for dimash ❤️❤️

  55. daybreak dimashkudaibergen says:

    Ne voyez vous donc que le coté technique du chant de Dimash ? La technique est une chose mais si elle ne communique pas le sentiment, elle ne sert à rien et c'est là, le véritable intérêt de Dimash, concilier technique et émotion, sans doute le plus difficile et ça ne s'apprend pas !…

  56. unknown2000 says:

    A new music video from Dimash just came out, I'm pretty sure you want to react to it:

  57. ju1ietta says:

    Подписалась, что бы не пропустить следующий обещанный разбор гибкости вокала Димаша )

  58. Othelo The Moor says:

    Excellent analysis! Thank you!

  59. No Name says:

    Thanks caleb, I enjoy your explanations….👍👍👍👍👍

  60. triumphant9 says:

    thanks. it's educational

  61. manolo musical says:

    hello so good analysis ; a lot of thanks A french friend who like Dimash and your's videos

  62. Kaji says:

    Great video but regarding head/falsetto/flageolet – it’s semantics, so technically it’s subjective.

  63. Мейрамгуль Даирбекова says:


  64. Boris Kuptsov says:


  65. L Real says:

    Wow wow. I really really enjoyed this and so informative. Thank you sir. Yes yes, do more of these please👍👍👍👍I wish Dimash would become absolutely famous all around the world!!! I wish I wish I wish. Hahaha🤞🤞🤞🤞✨✨✨✨

  66. erick hidayat says:

    What i know is this. ..

    F2 – C4
    full chest

    C4 – C5
    Full chest
    Low falsetto

    C5 – B flat 5
    Chest till D5
    Mix register

    B5 – F6

    D7 or 8

    Wow….. this is what i call 16 million colours voice…..

  67. kikimo57 says:

    great analysis on range and registers…. now things are starting to make sense to me

  68. steve clapper says:

    I've heard his conversational voice and he sounds like a baritone

  69. kikiwilcone says:

    Extraordinary, phenomenal, brilliant, incredible…all accurate words (when words barely do him justice!) to describe Dimash and his range. Very interesting and educational info, thanks Caleb Dear for sharing this with us. I look forward to a breath control analysis of Dimash’s singing! 👍🏼😁

  70. Anne ZY says:

    Very interesting analysis. Thank you for sharing!

  71. Annemay Seyfried says:


  72. InfoArtist JK, MAT says:

    Great job demonstrating, knowing ur current limits and anayzing. FYI- I studied classical singing with Todd Duncan in Washington, DC.

  73. Jean Riendeau says:

    Thank you for sharing your experience, technical knowledge, your own beautiful gift 😍

  74. Άγγελος Κρητικός says:

    thanks Caleb for the awesome tips!

  75. Magy Grendel says:

    Awesome!!! No more words, seriously. THANKS! ❤️

  76. David Sanabria says:

    Thanks for explaining his voice. I have learned a lot from you. Thanks again.

  77. Jackie B says:

    Caleb, Thanks for your analysis. It was very educational. Watching how you sang SOS tells me you are extremely knowledgeable in music. Dimash was said to be a Contralto. I agree that he is more tenor because that is his comfortable range. Could you explain Contralto? Thanks, Jackie

  78. stormchaser pitrus says:

    Hey Caleb! Please do an analysis or a reaction to Regine Velasquez's rendition of And I Am Telling You" So who's Regine? Regine is a lyric coloratura soprano from the Philippines. She influenced the likes of Katrina Velarde and Morisette Amon. She is known as the Asia's songbird. Her vocal range is 4 octaves and 1 semitone (B2-B6). She is already 49 years old. She might not hit the notes she was accustomed to of hitting on her prime but she could still belt on her age. Here's a link to the video

    Btw, I love how technical you are. Continue to make more videos! Cheers!

  79. PTX Dear 95 says:

    Another great instructional video. Please react to "Dimash Amazing Vocal Transformation"…..this one shows how his voice has changed over the years. There are also great videos of S.O.S. and other songs with clips of the same song from 2012 to 2019… you can see the evolution if performance.

  80. chris feister says:

    I am looking forward to seeing your next video explaining how Dimash uses his breath support through his entire vocal range. How does he use his diaphragm and intercostal and subcostal muscles? Does he keep his spine erect to help maximize his lung capacity? How does he stand?

  81. Cекош Запад says:

    Ну чё никто перевести не может на русский.

  82. Haemish Kane says:

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  83. Eter Puralis says:

    This is the most coherent I've ever heard it explained

  84. Amada Nova says:

    Dimash… Dimash.. Inigualable

  85. bettyluvsjoe says:

    Great video love learning about the techniques.

  86. Makarika says:

    Caleb, thank you soooooo much! looking forward to all those other analysis you will be doing. it helps so much to understand what Dimash is doing, how and how much mastery (and enormous amount of work and practice) it demands.

  87. hana kotoba says:

    So what is Head Voice exactly?

  88. Yahir Mendoza says:

    Please react to Sohyang's vocal range, it's not as huge as Dimash's but his support and mixed voice is incredible

  89. Lisa Kogelnik says:

    Hello Caleb! Thank you soo much for this in-depth analysis! 🙂 I always enjoy your videos, because they are technically much more detailed than most reaction videos 🙂
    (And you're such a likeable person as well)

    This video is about his 2017 range, and we are currently working on a new one (including some newer clips, and also his expanded lower range (he went lower than F2 several times in 2018 and 2019)). And we believe we found 2 further (and newer) clips of his B5 in mix. I would love to hear your opinion about it… if these are really B5s and if it is really mix voice. I would be very happy to hear your opinion 🙂

    I'll add the links in a "reply" below (and hope it won't get marked as spam)

  90. Joanna Dillon says:

    Dimash is incredible and Im obsessed! As a vocal coach, what is your opinion of using his voice too much or changing over time? Thank you for a great analysis!

  91. Deborah Cox says:

    Have to add, just thought of this:. You might want to let us see what you think of the video called Times Dimash Had Fun With His Voice or Forgot That He Is Human. Kind of like this one you did, with clips of performances. It's really fun, and shows some things you might want to see for your breath control video you mentioned. Thanks!

  92. Šárka Selvekerová says:

    Hello Caleb,
    thanks for this analysis, realy interesting. 👍👌
    I've just found new master of vocal range, maybe you've already know him. His name is Piet Airon, he's from Austria, Europe😁, and he's got fenomenal whistle register.
    He released in August this year his cover of SOS song. Please do a reaction to the song.
    Thank you.

  93. SherBach says:

    I wish you could hear me yelling with this amazing analysis of yours. And this guy…Dimash…makes me crazy with his voice. Shit! 🤣

  94. BullyPunch says:

    he also hit B5 in 2012 in a live korkemim and a B5 on a Chinese tv show in 2017 the video is called "《我想和你唱2》精彩看点:金志文东北腔和迪玛希拼高音 Come Sing with Me S02 Recap【湖南卫视官方频道】" so i think its definitely mix 🙂

  95. Dapper says:

    Ogni petra the song where he goes really deep. Can you review?

  96. Carrol Layne says:

    Love your analysis of Dimash. You explain things so it makes sense to people not familiar with musical theory. I love Dimash not only for his beautiful voice but his humility and appreciation of his elders. I watched airport security telling his fans to back off. He stopped them and said let them be and took time with them. He also sang in the pouring rain sans umbrella as his fans had been waiting and were getting soaked. He told the he didn't need it, he would get wet with his fans. There are so many reasons to love this young man. God gave him a beautiful instrument to share. I do have a request for you to check out Piet Arion,s cover of SOS as well as others. Very talented, beautiful voice has great range. He doesn't have all the training of Dimash but I love his voice. I will watch for your reaction. Glad you are feeling better. Again, thanks for the great break breakdown.

  97. Meanwhile in China says:

    First, let me say that I AM a fan of Dimash, favorite songs are easily Dark Passion and Ogni Pietra (he should do a lot more dark low range song imho), however, I find that many of the vocal coaches and singers here on youtube can almost hit the same range of notes as Dimash. Is he really THAT good? What is it about Dimash that makes everyone think he is "an alien" etc, because a lot of what the people who react to him say is biased as they dont want to get a ton of hate from his fanbase.

  98. Destercq Sylvia says:

    Le meheurrrrr se dmash ove💖love💖love💖🌹🌹🎶🌹🌹💋💋💋💋🇧🇪

  99. EetuSings says:

    Dimash sure is amazing there's no denying that! I think he has reached the maximum capability in singing! I've tried SOS made famous by him if you want to check it out, I'd really appreciate that 😁

  100. Мирко Ферайуоло says:

    Caleb , the Flajolet head voice is similar to whistle tone voice? That

    , do we need the same technique? When i do C6 in Opera 2 like dimash i use the whistle tecnique mode .

    I mean, let's say that as if I were pulling my vocal cords back, instead of pushing them forward. (Like whistle tone) this is incorrect or good?
    Type : If i push up my flajolet register
    Obviously my voice don't reach the glissato . It's so hard to do for me reach the glissato and not the note, why?
    I think i need more sustain and more air in vocal chors to do that glissato.
    Now i know the passaggio from flajolet to whistle . Thanks for this video. Please Answer me.

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