How to Sing High Notes Like Charlie Puth in “We Don’t Talk Anymore” (Mixed Voice Belting)

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Not the best song choice for my voice but I hope this helps someone!

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12 thoughts on “How to Sing High Notes Like Charlie Puth in “We Don’t Talk Anymore” (Mixed Voice Belting)

  1. Pop Smack says:

    Not the best song choice for my voice but I hope this helps someone!

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    1. Kristopharaoh says:

      Pop Smack the link isnt working

    2. Talitha Azarov says:

      Pop Smack i actually think it’s a good song choice for you! I was relistening to it (i compared it with his live) and i am really impressed at how you easily mirrored his voice!! 🎶💕

  2. AugustDeD, BangtanBombedme. says:

    oml you have such a beautiful voice!! soooo talented, i love your videos so much!! ❤️❤️❤️

  3. byefelicia says:

    A lil high for you but not bad..not in your tessitura i suppose

    1. Pop Smack says:

      It was just a practice run through from a live stream :p

  4. Anna Boivin says:

    The lyrics of this song are so good. Thanks for this, real talk, but I wish you could make me sound better than a dying cat, but its ok, I only sing when Im on my own in the car. 🙂

  5. Kristopharaoh says:

    I think it’s dropped key when he does it live because the studio version has a bunch of editing and effects to the singing to make it sound good. Same deal with Pharrell singing “HAPPY” live vs. Studio and Freddie Mercury singing Bohemian Rhapsody Live differently than the recording.

    If you put yourself in front of thousands of people and try to sing softly, your voice would have to be up to shape, nerves calmed down, and be able to hear yourself singing or else you will disappoint all your fans. Drop the key and just stop trying to sing softly like the original is much safer. When we sing in front of people, our nerves are like in fight-or-flight response mode a bit so we kinda want to put in more effort towards our singing. In the studio, even if you sing carefully and softly, they can make it sound louder than it originally was but try singing like that when there’s a million screaming fans and loud speakers with just an earpiece— it’d be pretty hard hearing yourself sing carefully. Rather than taking risks, drop key and go all out.

  6. Benji Martin says:

    Great demonstration. What the hell have you been talking about you’re a baritone? You so more like a tenor to me!

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