How to sing HIGH and POWERFUL like Chris Cornell (without belting!)

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1. No two voices are the same (don’t modify your vowels like anyone else!)
2. If you’re belting/yelling – you’re too wide
3. If your voice breaks/disappears – you’re too narrow

12 thoughts on “How to sing HIGH and POWERFUL like Chris Cornell (without belting!)

    1. Bohemian Vocal Studio says:

      Cheers C! Hope it’s all going well 🙂

      K

    2. Truth will Prevail. says:

      Bohemian Vocal Studio it really is. I have alleviated tension from my jaw which was what was causing a lot of stamina issues, to the point where I couldn’t finish a song without immense throat fatigue. I can now do a 30 minute setlist containing songs that sit well into the Ab-Bb 4 area, something I would never have dreamed of doing just months ago.

      Thanks.

    3. Bohemian Vocal Studio says:

      Amazing – that’s what I like to hear 🙂

      All the best,

      K

  1. Андрей Чащин says:

    It’s not high. Maybe because i’m tenor, and it not high to me. G4-A4 it’s hard for me, it’s my bridge maybe,
    transitional notes, because sing high than A4 easier for me than G4-A4

    1. Bohemian Vocal Studio says:

      Perhaps what you mean is “it’s easy for me to sing this high” rather than “it’s not high” – even as a Tenor, a D5 is classed as your higher range.

      Can you connect through your full range? Also, is it in your full voice, or a ‘heady’ tone? If you’re not connecting, then you’re not singing this range properly.

      Tenors often over-narrow through this difficult passage in their voice, leading to a disconnect, then ‘squeezed’ high notes around this range – I suggest starting a little lower and working out the reason for your troubles in your middle area (perhaps mix voice is lacking, your vowels are getting mangled, perhaps you’re belting – these, among other issues will cause this).

      All the best,

      K

    2. Андрей Чащин says:

      I was talking about the verse, not about that high part. Verse not high

    3. Андрей Чащин says:

      and I can sing a high part in light mix, head mix

    4. Андрей Чащин says:

      something like you do it in this video

  2. Caio Matthaus says:

    I was really expecting for a lesson about Chris! You have a big fan on Brazil, haha. Keep it going, man! And if you accept a suggestion, why don’t you analyse Richie Kotzen’s voice? m/

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