Singing Lessons & Voice Training : How to Hit High Notes & Add Volume

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Learn singing tips on hitting high notes and performing with proper vocal technique with singing and vocal training tips in this free online vocal coaching video clip.

Expert: James Meny
Bio: James Meny has taught the middle voice technique for years. He is also trained in the opera & classical vocal styles & has studied under Seth Riggs, who teaches stars like Josh Groban & Stevie Wonder.
Filmmaker: Todd Sapio

42 thoughts on “Singing Lessons & Voice Training : How to Hit High Notes & Add Volume

  1. using a twang voice can also help you go into higher voice using your chest
    voice and no singing really high notes in chest voice is not damaging all
    the classical singing teachers are only trained in one way and don’t know
    how to train in all styles and think the only way to sing is classically
    which is false

  2. the voice type Adam Lambert uses is infact chest voice he has a strong and
    high chest voice. some people naturally can go very high their chest voice
    and Adam Lambert luckily is one of them. lol

  3. Damn expertvillage… I dont understand why they couldn’t just put together
    all the parts into one video instead of just 1 lesson per minute -.-

  4. Man you look so much like a friend of mine, the resemblance is uncanny lol.
    Thanks for the vids, man, they’ve helped.

  5. almost but not quite. People don’t get louder as they go higher because of
    a need to hear themselves, they do so because of bad technique. The brain
    is also hard wired to associate pitch with volume – it’s instinctive. When
    we call out to someone down the street, we naturally raise the pitch of our
    voice. Why? Because its what we’ve observed others doing & the brain has
    learned that higher pitches travel farther. The rest of what he said is
    correct – the voice gets smaller & lighter as you go up

  6. @icecreamswag – aah the sweet sound of jealousy and ignorance from a
    hip-hop loving know-nothing.

  7. @icecreamswag – You are 24 years old and spell like a 5 yr old. It’s
    “because”, don’t” and “not” Grow up already.

  8. @RocktheStageNYC are you a transvestite lol you look like a girl yet a guy
    in your picture lmfao!! and why doesnt it matter how i type because you
    still understand what im saying hahah i hate people who try to sound hella
    smart on the internet lol

  9. @icecreamswag – OK so you lie and you’re an immature a-hole. Great
    combination in life. Why don’t you go know and let the adults handle things
    in the big, bad world you know NOTHING about.

  10. @MortuaryHarvest well maybe it is crap for you -.- but do you really have
    comment that ? what i mean is you dont have to comment a mean comment to
    him. if you think that , then keep it in your mind instead of comment it ..

  11. @lavacape i think its better this way cuz my internet gets freaking slow at
    night so this allows me to choose which part to watch

  12. @KayuBlair it not helping you get a louder voice as he said so in the
    video… it’s for those who want to hit the higher notes… 

  13. @n1nburaot They’re mezzo-sopranos, which is in the middle, meaning that
    they have the power of altos but range closer to sopranos. They sing too
    high and too thin to be altos. 

  14. That is not true. Many heavy singers get louder as they get higher to help
    facilitate that stretch to the high note. That is poor technique and can
    lead to damage. Dynamics are useful for dynamics sake but one should be
    able to control dynamics steadily at all pitches. true “heavy” singing is
    more of the illusion of singing loudly, but the dynamics are still
    controlled. I wouldnt say to get lighter on the highs unless thats a sound
    you want but you should not need to get louder to hit high notes

  15. I am a known singer of heavy music, in fact in two weeks I will do my thing
    in front of about 10,000 people. I have been doing this 4 octave range
    metal oriented stuff for about 25 years and I can still do it after all
    these years. Part of why I can still do it is I learned not to use air
    pressure to force my notes high.It is done with muscles at the back of the
    throat and upper palate supported by the diaphragm. Sometimes I get louder
    sometimes quieter, but that is a textural choice, not pitch 

  16. A local teacher could be the right answer for you or alternatively you could get an online singing course like Singing Is Easy by Yvonne DeBandi or Singorama by Emily Mander.

  17. So, like my voice teacher when I was training, when I was a student, use to tell me is that the overtones in the middle of the voice are what create the higher notes and the lower notes.

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