How to sing without straining/How to sing high notes – The Lean

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Singing without straining and singing high notes both require solid airflow. While there are lots of techniques to help develop good support for singing, there are few ways that I’ve encountered to help a vocalist generate awareness for the type of support and engagement that is necessary.

This quick tip is one that I use all the time in the studio when a vocalist has some support happening, but still doesn’t have all the engagement and firmness necessary for great singing support at all times. Perhaps the best thing about this singing tip for high notes and singing without strain is that it’s very immediate. If you try it, you’ll feel your muscles working and there is often an immediate difference in engagement for your voice.

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5 thoughts on “How to sing without straining/How to sing high notes – The Lean

  1. thanks for the video

    could please include the use of the exercises in a higher range and also
    the transition through the registers?

    thanks a lot

  2. Awesome tip! Tried it and not only felt a slight difference but heard one
    as well. I appreciate the time and effort you put in to teach us beginners
    how to properly sing. The next trouble I’m having is how to regulate the
    air flow with your sternum (or around that area, not sure specifically
    where it’s done at) and not your throat. I seem to sing trills and whatnot
    in my throat and often experience major fatigue after one or two songs and
    even some glottal attacks here and there. Again, I appreciate your time,
    effort, and advice. I take all of it to heart! Keep rockin, Jeff!

  3. I really enjoy using your warm ups. I have been singing since I was 8 but
    been trained since I was 18 and now I am 38. Anyway….what I am saying
    is. Your techniques are true and spot on. 

  4. this is a huge eyeopener for me
    I thought i could sing from F2 to F4, but now I know i’m straining the F4
    (because i can’t sing it when i’m doing your ”trick” :p). I’m now daily
    practising your high note videos and i think i’m learning to sing more
    correctly

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