Singing Lessons – Lesson 8 (Vocal Range Extension)

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During this lesson, we’re implementing the essential techniques for singing high notes.

There are many different techniques that you can employ that will help to make the higher notes in your vocal range, easier to sing. However, the 4 main areas we’re focusing on during this lesson are:

Energy, Space, Placement and Forward Focus.

Quick Tip: Only sing as high as is comfortable during this lesson. The exercises in this lesson are built upon concepts that will help you to reach higher notes strategically, whilst you ‘gradually’ develop your upper register.

Be kind to your instrument and don’t try to force it to do anything it may not be ready to do 🙂

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

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Lesson 8 Content:

8.0 – Introduction
8.1 – Intro To Exercise #1 – Yah Yah Yah
8.2 – Exercise #1 – Yah Yah Yah
8.3 – Singing With Energy
8.4 – Exercise #2 – Eee-Aah
8.5 – Exercise #3 – Scales
8.6 – Exercise #4 – Bumblebee
8.7 – Intro To Exercise #5 – Doh Doh
8.8 – Exercise #5 – Doh Doh
8.9 – Conclusion

Download the accompanying exercises for HIGH VOICE here:

Download the accompanying exercises for LOW VOICE here:

Download the sheet music to Lesson 8 here: Link Coming Soon 🙂


17 thoughts on “Singing Lessons – Lesson 8 (Vocal Range Extension)


    Outstanding video. So well taught.

  2. david bob says:

    hi Rae
    is there anyway i can buy your amazing audios to have it handy wherever i
    am, i believe in order to improve one needs to be studying ongoing in order
    to develop a healthy singing 

  3. alvinya2678 says:

    Hi rae .. I Don’t Know what Is Falsetto And Head Voice .. Is my Head voice
    is Same as Falsetto But Louder Than It ? Thanx :)

  4. Rosannasfriend says:

    the forward thing on high notes is a life saver. I used to focus “down”,
    cause that’s how other teachers teach it(similar to keeping diaphragm
    down), and that DOES work too, b ut I get more consistent results and my
    tone sounds much clearer and less “mask” focused thinking forward. Think of
    your chest shooting forward(pointing your finger really quickly during
    exercises helps). If you want a chesty, clear sound. If you want a more
    mixed sound, think of your pharyngeal area shooting forward, and if you
    want a head voice sound, focus on your upper head shooting forward. Problem
    solved, finally. lol

  5. Fischer Holly says:

    I’ve been practicing some of what is taught here for a few days a week for
    a couple of weeks and I have gained more range. I can definitely sing
    higher notes than I could before I found this. It completely works. I had
    wanted to sing along with Olivia Newton John on the high notes at the end
    of “Xanadu” and the “angel” parts on “Send Me an Angel” by Reel Life and I
    couldn’t quite sing any of those parts before and now I can. Super
    exciting. I can’t wait to see how my voice will be after a few more weeks
    of practice. Rae, thank you… and let me know if there is somewhere I can
    make a donation to you for offering all this great info on youtube.

  6. Love you Rae!!! your lesson improve my voice soooooooo Much!!!

  7. This whole series is done so well. Great job.

  8. Trine Langohr says:

    A wild bull! And if you don’t catch it by the horns, you DIE!!

    You’re adorable :D

  9. drew& amanda (amandainwonderland) says:

    thank you Rae. It has taken me 27 weeks to get this far because I review
    and repeat so much, but I can tell such a difference in my voice and so can
    anyone listening to me. This has really been helpful and FUN! On to lesson

  10. Woodsummer1 says:

    I started singing opera a couple of years ago (to fulfill a lifelong dream)
    and your “doh doh” exercise is by far the most useful one I’ve used. Thank
    you for sharing it!. And your breathing lesson is fabulous – it really put
    me back on track to focus on the basics. As soon as I started doing that I
    was able to relax my throat more and lose some of that strained sound
    immediately. Thank you so much!

  11. Alicia Houston says:

    The songs given under require you to know only a few chords and are principally strummed.

  12. Monica Dudley says:

    Also, you do not want a lot of confidence to sing by your self in front of your computer.

  13. Oluwakemi says:

    The sensation of going to high in the lower register is that of feeling like you have just hit a roof and that something must change, this is where going a bit quieter and allowing the sound to get lighter will help you move up. The opposite is try when coming sliding down or going down a scale, it feels like you have hit floor and can’t go any lower, here you must go a little louder then the higher notes and feel like the notes are getting weighty.

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