How To Sing High Notes Easier by Aaron Matthew Lim Vocal Coach

How To Sing High Notes Easier! 4 Simple Tips to enable you to sing high notes with greater ease and comfort.

Today’s topic: Sing High Notes with More Ease!

As singers, we all want to hit those high notes easier, and to be able to have less strain and no constriction up high.

I would like to give you 4 simple tips for you to be able to do that, and to avoid pushing or straining that most beginner singers might do.

High notes should not be something that is scary or hard to achieve, and allowing ourselves to be fully prepared to sing those high notes is the first step to expanding our vocal range upwards.

Also, in the video, I talk about how we also need to think about what sort of high notes we want to sing, because this would affect how much breath and body support we really need!

Watch this video and let me know your thoughts by leaving me a comment! ๐Ÿ™‚

As a professional vocal coach and an Estill Voice Master Trainer, it is my duty to teach you how to sing better, without causing any harm or hurt to your own voice! But it is also very important that you never be in a rush to achieve huge results, because the voice needs time to change and adjust to new habits.

Consistent practice, frequent and regular practice, and practising in the right way, are sure-fire ways for you to improve on your vocal mastery and be able to sing better quicker! (I’ll keep posting new videos to help you along the way)

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