How to sing See You Again by Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth

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Here is a breakdown of how to sing See You Again by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth. This song uses a lot of falsetto and full voice combinations so it is a great one to learn in order to develop more texture in the voice and develop dynamics in singing.

20 thoughts on “How to sing See You Again by Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth

  1. Nguyễn Hoàng Minh says:

    in the “its been a long day”, you switch from full voice to falsetto from
    word “a” or “long”? if i try to full voice “its been a”, i feel very
    breathless, Anw tks for the vid

  2. Hunter Button says:

    Thanks for this video, I’m hoping to find more like this on your channel
    when I check it out! Really helpful. This is a really hard song for me to
    get down since it’s right on my falsetto tessitura! And I suck at switching
    smoothly lol.

    I also had a question, I’ve had a couple vocal teachers now and they didn’t
    really seem to teach me about singing overall but instead taught me how do
    to certain songs really well. But I’d like to learn more about HOW to sing
    like dynamics etc. Do you know of a good way to find a teacher like that?
    Thanks

  3. Nick Arriaga says:

    I have a strong falsetto so it’s pretty easy for me but thank you for the
    tips, especially with the breathy parts.

  4. Kaydin Brown says:

    I’m so sorry to bother u but my 3 friends sing so good and I suck the song
    they always sing is see you again how 

  5. We’ll I don’t understand sorry
    

  6. Choy Galang says:

    I’m so badly wanted to learn how to falsetto. I hope you could help me
    ’bout that. Thanks.

  7. William Wolg says:

    Omg! You can raise whistle notes!!

  8. You’re a pretty good singer! One suggestion though. When you start a new
    phrase, you tend to dip slightly below at the beginning which makes the
    tune feel slightly off. Besides that, you’re doing great!

  9. Mike Llerena says:

    I am having such a hard time transitioning in the “oh I’ll tell you all
    about it when I see you again” part specially between the “you” and the
    “all” part, is this the highest note of the song? or is it just bad
    technique? why can’t I get this part of the song even though I have a
    pretty good falsetto. thanks for your help!

  10. Kent ManOng says:

    thank you thank you 😀 been having a hard time trying to sing that 😀
    hahaha

  11. Raphael The Menace says:

    how do i get my voice to his point because i got the voice and the
    breathing as a male but when i go sing it always sounds lower than what i
    am singing can you give m,e some tips of how me and my friends can get
    better

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    Even after you have fully recoverd from your illness, your singing voice must be slowly introduced again by limiting the amount of time you sing.

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