Free Singing Lesson – The Mask (Singing high notes)

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What is “the mask,” and can using it help you SOUND BETTER?

Sing easier! Sing Better! Period.

14 thoughts on “Free Singing Lesson – The Mask (Singing high notes)

  1. David Wingardium says:

    Really helpful! Thank you! xoxo from Argentina!

  2. Kevin Richards Rock the Stage NYC says:

    Good explanation and demonstration but you forgot to mention the
    larygopharynx which is located near the larynx. Most of what is deemed
    “chest voice” for male voices mainly occurs in the laryngo and oro pharynx
    with just a touch of nasopharynx resonance. In females it would be as you
    stated, mostly in the oro and naso pharynx areas.

    “The mask” technically doesn’t exist; it’s a sensory illusion because a lot
    of tone is resonanting in the nasopharynx. The resonance can be felt either
    in the cheeks (hence the term “mask”) or on the roof of the mouth.
    (Subjective to the individual)

  3. Daniel Anguita Manchón says:

    I’m impressed how well you explain such a difficult concept. :). Thank you.

  4. Zeek Powell says:

    We’re are you located +SophieShear 

  5. Angelica Prater says:

    How do you expand your range for your head and chest voice?

  6. Zeek Powell says:

    +SophieShear if I practice my chest mix and head every day how long will it
    take before I start to see results fully

  7. danielle frank says:

    thank you! Never heard teaching about the chest vibes and the heat and
    throat, and WHERE THE VIBES should be. ECT. You’re the best teacher. The na
    nas and the finger under my chin really helps. Thank you Sophie

  8. Mikka Leong says:

    Hello! Im a 15 year old girl and can sing an E3 to G5 comfortably in chest
    voice (it gets painful nearing E3) and can reach a C/D6 in a strong head
    voice. I flip up to head voice at A4, and am struggling to find my mixed
    voice/belt. What classification could i fall into? Also, I’m really
    struggling to find my mixed voice, after watching hours of videos and
    visiting many sites. Help!!

  9. punkstarbear says:

    really helpful, thanks! I understand way better now. and…you’re cute :)

  10. ZenaissanceMan says:

    Wonderful explanation, I finally get it. Thanks Sophie!

  11. pavle gorgievski says:

    Hey everyone, the best success that ive ever had was by following the Bens
    Singer Blog (i found it on google) definately the most useful plan i’ve

  12. Margaret Ward says:

    The size and shape of your larynx is the primary factor contributing to your vocal range.

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