How To Sing – Released High Notes

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How To Sing – Released High Notes

Every week we give free video vocal tips to our newsletter subscribers. In this tip, Brett talks about turning the voice upside down to find release in your highest notes.

39 thoughts on “How To Sing – Released High Notes

  1. Hey Brett, I’m having trouble closing the vocal cords to sing these
    released high notes. Once I get around bB4, B4, and C5 (with middle C being
    C4) I feel like i cant get higher without opening up more and increasing
    the volume. Any help would be appreciated. I am a 17 year old male by the
    way.

  2. OMG the dripping works, jus make me sing my G above high way effortless and
    consistent. But can’t do it when I do the lip rolls though, the pitch start
    to disappear when I lip rolls E above male high C, please answer me…

  3. You know whats funny Brett. I have the singing success Audio and let me
    begin by saying it has helped me tones!!!

    Anyway, when I practice with it, i stop on A flat as the scales are going
    high but once i hear your voice say ” and back down” i can sing a g above
    high C note without even thinking about it.

    I try to go back a little to when it was going up and i can do E above the
    female high C and finish and start going back down again. But if i go too
    far, my head starts telling we are going higher and i start to push.

    But when going down, oh any scale. At first I couldn’t believe those were
    the same scales I was singing so i totally get what you mean by this. 

  4. We call it covering or vowel modification in classical singing. Narrowing
    the vowel or modifying it to some neutral vowel at the top. Classical
    trained teachers never say to open up high notes actually.. Just something
    I wanted to comment since it was mentioned.

  5. I have a question. For a beginner, what exercises should I start with? I
    know the breathing methods, but like range of practice, vocal exercises.
    Where should I begin?

  6. I had a whimpy one octave voice and with singin success ive now got 3
    octaves. 2 of which are really usefull and sound good and the 3rd needs
    tweaking. Really good course only if you put in the work though. I had
    vocal fry in bass cleff C but now i can sing down to bass clef A and
    sometimes Ab and it sounds deep and soothing. my vocal fry now starts on G
    in bottom of bass clef but im hoping to Extend down to E. Now i can hit all
    the notes in Karake songs no strain but i need to make my voice sound less
    monotonous so im working on vibrato etc. good course tho.

  7. no disrespect at all. just wondering if that is using vocal fry to belt.
    just trying to understand the technique bc I am not a belter.

  8. waht the heck do I have to do to sound good? I mean, I think I’m tecnically
    good, I have a 3,5 octaves range, I can belt easily, etc, etc. but I just
    don’t like the tone of my voice (and nobody does hahaha) what do I do to
    sound decent (at least)?

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