How To Sing Better High Notes in the Style of Michael Sweet

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The vocal cover of ‘Soldiers Under Command’ by Stryper in this video is totally LIVE and has not been tuned in any way – you will actually hear some notes that are slightly out as this is a REAL demonstration of a typical rock vocal take. A lot of compression (digital plugin) has been used to even out the volume and give the voice a punchy attack.

This recording contains clips of me singing high notes in a dry mix so you can hear the volume and tone of voice used to create the final sound that is heard in the mix.

In this video I demonstrate how better rock singers create a bright resonant tone in the upper registers by using a tilted thyroid or cry sound and a very thin vocal fold setup. There are also a few singing tips included to enable you to sing better high notes more easily.

Listen to the end section as it contains a raw recording the final F#5 high note scream!

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