How to sing ANY vocal line (even REALLY high ones!)

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Thankfully this wasn’t a guitar lesson, my bad.

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7 thoughts on “How to sing ANY vocal line (even REALLY high ones!)

  1. Henrique Pastana says:

    Bro! I love your videos. I´m struggling yo sing `Are you gonna be my girl ` from Jet. Mainly the chorus. Do u think u could make a video explaining how to sing it?? I think its an interesting song for demonstration. Thanks bro. Keep it up the good work. Peace!

    1. Bohemian Vocal Studio says:

      Peace Herique! You’re welcome to shoot through a quick recording of where you’re struggling and I’ll see where you can make a few adjustments to hit it easier. Tomorrow’s video is actually tackling this issue (different song, but same diff), so stay tuned.

      All the best,


    2. Henrique Pastana says:

      Awesome bro. Thanks for the feedback. I´m gonna send ya soon.

  2. Gabriel Cafa says:

    Heey! Im a Brazilian mid-low voice musician, really aprecciate your work! So, what about some Corey Taylor vocal technich lesson? Or How to do that Dave Grohl high raspy Voice? I can Sing like Shaun Morgan from seether, but that strong raspy tone unfortunally makes me get “stucked” in range.
    Another thing that really brothers me;
    Recently after like 8 months trying really hard, i finally find some conection between “Head” and chest Voice. But, as higher as i go with a more chesty voice mix, the harder It is to connect It. But i can easly connect in a lower and weak note. As a barithone yourself, how did you evolve from this phase im in right now? I can connect, but nowhere near of my highest chester Voice, and as i go more “Head” It starts to feel really weak, like some sort of falsetto, Sorry for my bad english, we only talk portuguese here hahahahah peace!

    1. Bohemian Vocal Studio says:

      Hey Gabriel!

      Grit is a combination of adduction and compression/support – so I’d first work on the connection and singing in a clear, full tone first. When you can connect your registers and sing in a ‘full’ tone, sinnging with grit is super easy – if you try it BEFORE things are connecting, then you’re setting yourself up for a sore throat…

      The solution to a full sound, like how I’m singing most of the middle of this song isn’t actually “singing in chest voice” or a “chesty mix”, it’s actually tuning your vowel correctly and singing with a touch of twang. I suspect you’re widening your vowels for that ‘chesty mix’ sound, right? This is what is cutting off your high register 🙂

      All the best,



  3. Wordsmith 430 says:

    My head voice won’t go to that top note lol

    1. Bohemian Vocal Studio says:

      Neither did mine originally!

      All the best


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