Fastest way to add notes to your vocal range – Free Vocal Lesson

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Sophie Shear teaches the fastest way to add notes to the high section of your vocal range. The secret is distinguishing chest voice, head voice, and mixed voice. Sing easier! Sing better! Period.

40 thoughts on “Fastest way to add notes to your vocal range – Free Vocal Lesson

  1. Hello Sophie, I just wanna ask, while singing in the mixed voice with
    actual lyrics, should I still feel a buzzing in my nose? Another thing, how
    do you strengthen your mixed voice? ’cause my mixed voice seems weak. Thank
    you!

  2. Hi Jairus, the buzz is definitely a good thing. This is a great way to tell
    when you are singing in mixed. Try vocalizing with my video “Mixed Voice
    Application.” This will give you some examples of exercises to work with on
    your own.

  3. Hey sophie.. i like ur videos.I just have a question. I am having problems
    blending from head to mix . Any exercise you recommend for this ?

  4. Can you help? When I do this exercise to strengthen the notes in the
    middle register that Sophie demonstrates my voice is very wobbly and I
    cannot seem to ‘place’ the notes very easily. It is almost as if the voice
    is fighting with me and does not know what to do. This is even worse when I
    try to add the words, ie in a song. Can you explain what is happening and
    how to overcome this please. Thanks in anticipation

  5. Some singers seem to keep that nasality and some simply don’t… how come ?
    Are there two different techniques to sing in mixed resonance ? Do we have
    to choose ? 

  6. Sophie you are a wonderful teacher and a beautiful singer ( love your
    performance video). Thanks so much and I think I’ll buy your instructional
    video as well because you have given such great advice for free.

  7. I’ve been reading things about the larynx and I would really love it if you
    could explain the following by answering my question or making a video 🙂

    What is the difference between “High larynx” and “low larynx”. How can we
    control that? When they say “do larynx drops as an exercice” what does it
    mean? Maybe I actually know this but I am just being confused by the terms.
    If you could help me in any way it would be greatly appreciated! 🙂 

  8. My 7th grade choir teacher said easiest way to improve is to spend 10-15
    minutes singing “Mama made ne mash my M&M’s to the same tune she just
    played. Sing it higher and or lower both help 

  9. Thank you so much for this! I’ve been looking for help for YEARS on this
    subject! I’m a female that has a strong but lower chest voice, however I
    mainly sang head voice in choir because I couldn’t sing higher in my chest
    voice, and I would often strain my chest voice. 🙁 My head voice isn’t as
    strong as my chest so I wanted to, as you said “add notes to my range”. My
    music teacher couldn’t explain this topic out like you did, now I have an
    understanding of what I need to do! Thanks again so much! God Bless
    you! :)

  10. My voice just won’t go above a certain sound. 🙁 I can’t scream, squeak, or
    make any noise at all above a certain sound. I’m so sad.

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