Free Voice Lesson How to Sing High Notes for Male Vocalists Part Three

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Part three of a three part series on singing notes above the break for male voices. This video is comprised of challenging exercises to help one practice the transition through the break. Wide range exercises, multiple vowels sounds and transitions, and wide range skips into the upper register are all part of it. Part one focuses on what the voice does over the break, part two work to smooth the transition and make the technique more reliable.

14 thoughts on “Free Voice Lesson How to Sing High Notes for Male Vocalists Part Three


    Jeff, I wish you sang more up the scales to hear how you negotiate.

  2. Keysforjourney says:

    great series, I check them and your tenor warm up every day. Thank you for
    the effort. I appreciate your work. :)

  3. Edon's Music says:

    i can reach the notes but they sound very weak, will it gradually get
    stronger and louder as i practice? ive been doing them nearly daily

  4. tenderfinest09 says:

    Hi Jeff! This video is great, it really helps me alot! Thank u so much :-)

  5. Christian Castro says:

    Wassup Jeff just stopping by to say I love this video I truly believe that
    my range has both increased and become stronger watching your videos I just
    had a performance last week for my school and during the concert me being a
    tenor there was a key change which made it higher and I was able to sing it

  6. Gerard lovemusic says:

    In the high notes I have to jump falsetto?

  7. alexander Zapata says:

    Jeff thank you for the class, I am so happy.
    you are helping me a lot! hugs from Colombia.

  8. D'wayne Ealm says:

    This 3 part video was excellent for me to see my progress in the last year.
    I ve been following your videos for the last year and half focusing on
    breathing and the working thru the break. This again was excellent . Thank
    you for your help

  9. Edward R Fernandez (Cubear1959) says:

    Jeff – I cant thank you enough for these lessons. U an currently doing the
    role of Alban in La Cage Aux Folles witch is a very hard- rangey Baritone
    role…I have been doing these lessons everyday and they have truly helped
    me sing the role with ease and confidence! Bless

  10. Yousuf Wilson says:

    Can you male a slower version to practice to? Im not good enough to kust

  11. Ubeydullah Şengün says:

    I still can’t do it but anyway, thnx a lot.

  12. Leo Lovestein says:

    I think I’ve gained about a pound in back and oblique muscle, thanks Jeff!
    No really, I went through all three parts of this series and I can say that
    not even Reinhard Colleges’s vocal warmups are this intricate and helpful.
    You’ve improved my skills :)

  13. These are the most effective vocal training exercises I’ve found on
    youtube. I’ve tried unsuccessfully, several other youtube sessions trying
    to keep my larynx low while while working through the “break”. The
    exercises and progression is giving me hope as I can hear and feel
    improvement. As an added note that may help others, I use a little app
    “BeatTime” that allows one to adjust the speed and pitch of the videos. You
    can also isolate and loop a single exercise. For example , on this part 3
    video, I first lower the pitch 3 semitones, then work along until I
    struggle with a part, I stop the video, create a loop of that section and
    repeat until I have it. Sometimes this necessitates slowing the loop to 60%
    of the original speed. Once I can do the loop, I cancel it and continue
    with the video. Of course all the adjustments in the world wouldn’t help
    much if the core program wasn’t as solid as Jeff’s videos are. Thankyou
    very much Jeff for sharing your knowledge and time with us.

  14. You can also do simple activities such as passing a ball around or playing rhythm instruments in time with the music.

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