NO STRAIN HIGH NOTES : singing lesson Pulling Chest : Free Vocal Tip – Lesson NYC

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Having trouble singing high notes? Here’s a quick, little vocal exercise to help you remove strain and increase vocal range.

* Singing without strain
* Vocal Range
* Pulling Chest
* High Notes
* Strengthen Voice
* Free Vocal Exercises & Tips
* Contemporary Singing

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6 thoughts on “NO STRAIN HIGH NOTES : singing lesson Pulling Chest : Free Vocal Tip – Lesson NYC

  1. Hey Kevin, thanks for the video! My question is.. I need a proper warmup
    for about 5-10 mins before singing.. but some of my friends don’t. It kind
    of gets me off guard when someone asks me to sings on-the-spot. How do I
    deal with this? Thanks in advance.

  2. Hi , um I tend to sing soft..and people always tell me to project
    more…but whenever I try to sing louder I loose the flexibility in my
    chest voice as a result I tend to sound flat …So I’m much more
    comfortable singing softly because that’s when I sound perfect…. What can
    I do to sing louder and still maintain that nice flexible chest voice??????

  3. Kevin could you please make a video on correct piano key/pitch? – I get
    very confused sometimes on whether I’m singing the correct pitch/note or
    not – I was singing head voice high notes and I thought I was hitting A4s
    but then watched some videos on people’s vocal range and they were calling
    the notes other things like A3 /A5 etc so it’s quite confusing. I’m not
    sure if I’m singing over or under the pitch. There’s not many videos
    addressing how every pitch would sound.

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