How To Sing High Notes Without Straining

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In this video vocal coach Roger Burnley teaches you how to sing high notes without straining.

This will help you become a much more dynamic and exciting singer!

42 thoughts on “How To Sing High Notes Without Straining

  1. The lip trills worked for me this weekend. We sang the Messiah, I did the
    lip trill all the way to the location and I noticed a difference, It had to
    be the lip exercise.

  2. For all that know the phantom of the opera, I can sing to the extent of the
    highest note Christine sings during the song “phantom of the opera” but it
    sounds strained and shaky. I’ve been practicing but need some more tips.

  3. I have two questions: when I sing high, my voice in comfortable, but it
    sounds really low. is there anyway to intensify the high notes? also, when
    I try to go from a high note back to a low note, my voice cracks. any
    opinions on how to deal with that? thanks!

  4. My range now is about E3 to C6, yet there are tones higher than C6 that I
    can only access humming, or on rare occasion. With training, can I add
    those tones to my range, and have them as effective and resonant as the
    rest of my range?

  5. Hi Roger, your techniques I must say awesome. I have been finding it
    difficult to up my range but after I saw your video and practised the same,
    I got the results. Many thanks dear

  6. I love using tongue / lip trills. This is one of the ways that I warm up
    before I sing. I also have my students use this technique when they aren’t
    using enough air (especially to hit higher notes). It’s incredible to hear
    a singer sing a note before and after doing trills. Huge difference.
    Definitely one of my favorite techniques.

  7. Im a girl but have what would really be describes as a tenor voice. It’s
    always been a drawback for me. However, head voice/opera style singing does
    come easy for me. There’s a huge chunk, however, that I’m missing,
    specifically the fact that I struggle to hit an a.

  8. sir what to do if you have pushed your vocal chords too much and now they
    are not even hitting the average pitch notes ?

  9. You’ll be pleased to know this isn’t any type of gimmick…these are REAL
    techniques that I use and teach other people to get real results in making
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  11. Although you will find hundreds of free singing tips online (like the ones you will see below), nothing compares to structured vocal training and actually going through them.

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  13. Still being a little skeptical I signed up for some initial lessons and she guided me through the set up so we could connect for on line lessons.

  14. I have studied singing for over 20 years now, and from my experience there are no theories on learning how to sing that seem to agree with each other.

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