Singing Lessons – Lesson 5 (Blending Vocal Registers)

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Welcome to Lesson 5 – Blending Registers 🙂

During this lesson, we’re practicing the art of blending all 3 of your vocal registers — chest, middle and head register.

Please remember that as you go through all of the exercises in this Lesson, to make sure you’re implementing all of the techniques you’ve been studying so far, like your posture, your breathing technique…and also remember to make as clear-a-sound as you know how to do at this point and don’t force the tone or push your voice. Keep your jaw, tongue and throat relaxed and maintain your awareness of where the resonance should be occurring in your body.

This Lesson is from The Singing Solutions Program, written and produced by Rae Henry.

This program contains over 250 HD video tutorials covering every aspect of singing and performance – and it’s all available for FREE here on YT!

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And leave your questions & comments below 🙂

Here we go…

Lesson 5 Content:

5.0 – Introduction
5.1 – Vocal Breaks
5.2 – General Tips
5.3 – Exercise #1 – NG Full Scale
5.4 – Exercise #2 – Chest-Pharyngeal Mixing 1
5.5 – Exercise #3 – Pharyngeal-Head Mixing 1
5.6 – Exercise #4 – Combination Mix 1
5.7 – Exercise #5 – Chest-Pharyngeal Mixing 2
5.8 – Exercise #6 – Pharyngeal-Head Mixing 2
5.9 – Exercise #7 – Combination Mix 2
5.10 – Exercise #8 – Chest-Pharyngeal Mixing 3
5.11 – Exercise #9 – Pharyngeal-Head Mixing 3
5.12 – Exercise #10 – Combination Mix 3
5.13 – Conclusion

Download the accompanying exercises for HIGH VOICE here:

Download the accompanying exercises for LOW VOICE here:

Download the sheet music to Lesson 5 here:


28 thoughts on “Singing Lessons – Lesson 5 (Blending Vocal Registers)

  1. flower bed says:

    God bless you, beautiful woman 🙂 You are absolutely amazing! Thank you!

  2. david bob says:

    on 5.6 what vowels are you using for this exercise 


    Rae, where does one go to purchase the entire program?

  4. Seandroid says:

    This lesson is super useful but I also love your personality!

  5. Seandroid says:

    I make dance music, and I can sing fairly well but I lack knowledge about a
    lot of technique and this is definitely going to help me make the foray
    into utilizing my voice more in my music.

  6. Seandroid says:

    The open-jaw-in-relation-to-the-pitch-of-the-note thing I think just
    changed my life hahaha.

  7. Aly Talaea says:

    I can’t tell how this helps me , I started focusing on the registers
    exercises ! It’s an enlightenment !

  8. david bob says:

    Hi Rae, NG Full Scale what vowel are using E, A ? or just NG, many thanks

  9. Aramys Hayes says:

    OH MY GOODNESS I LOVE U SO MUCH!!! I’ve been trying to find good exercises
    and explanations for vocal registers and warm ups and I just watched and
    participated in your first 5 lessons and already I have improved and the
    notes I thought were impossible for me to hit are easier and more natural
    than ever. You are so amazing I am truly grateful 

  10. david bob says:

    Hi, would any know the answer on exercise 4. would be appreciated 

  11. Thuy Trang Nguyen Ngoc says:

    I love you so much my teacher !!!

  12. Gabriela Godoy says:

    my god!!! she speaks A LOOOOOTTTTT!!!!

  13. Josephine Soehoel says:

    Hi Rae
    How long are these (by the way amazing and helpful videos) going to be
    available on YouTube ??

  14. Anik Gypsy says:

    I have been practicing with your videos for few weeks now. My voice has
    gotten a lot better! Thank you :)

  15. Thomas Boyer says:

    I’m confused with your sheet music. I’m a tenor so I switch to head voice
    at F4. If I sing the High Voice sheet music I barely get into my high

  16. haikaamusic says:

    “Happy singing” it is my dear Rae with your informative lessons with
    accompanying exercises. Thank you so much for your generosity in sharing
    all this knowledge and content. I took a week to do only this lesson as I
    was trying to really internalize all that you presented here. I will stay
    with lesson 5 for a while and then I’ll definitely move on to the others.
    I’ve already shared this video and your page on facebook as well as I LOVE
    to share wonderful content :)

  17. Kim Nguyen says:

    Great lesson! The voice should be louder than the music. The music would
    not distract the voice demo

  18. Tah Diyens says:

    Thank you for this lesson. I very much appreciate.

  19. Lucia Kavanagh says:


  20. Birgit Häde says:

    I’m really excited. I watched lots of singing tips you can find on various
    websites. I’m going to try your lessons and let you know how it works for
    me. Thank you !!!!

  21. hamper diaper says:

    your so helpful. thanks. i love ur accent. its so sexy

  22. Mator Irru says:

    So, is that technique of constatly using pharyngeal resonance (like Klaus
    Maine of Scorpions and many other roсk singers) really unhealthy?

  23. Sheila Zammit says:

    Thank you for these lessons. I joined a choir because I have always loved
    music. My parents were not sufficiently well off to give me music lessons
    but I do have a good ear. Aged 48 I passed an entrance audition and was
    over the moon thinking I was goint to fulfill a life long ambition. How
    wrong I was! Without these videos I would never have withstood the pace of
    the choir. Thank you xx You have made me more aware of sound, of the way it
    should be produced and thanks to you…..I AM fulfilling my ambition to
    make music (and reasonably good music too 🙂 My heartfelt thanks to you.

  24. indien indien says:

    . may be youve solved my troubles since 2 or 3 years of strugling.ill make
    you know.

  25. Kevin mc namara says:

    you look lovely,great lessons x

  26. Keira Lindsey says:

    However, more importantly, most of us, because this is what we were incorrectly taught, would assume that innate talent is 90% of it, and the rest is practice.. Nothing could be farther from the truth, and it takes a good teacher and a real chance to really try to sing and suck at it for awhile in order to discover that innate talent really isn’t the major component – or rather that the vast majority of people have sufficient talent to be good singers if they were to cultivate it properly.

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