How to Sing High Notes Better | Bridging into Mixed Head Voice – How to sing better



Learn how to sing high notes better by bridging into mixed voice correctly.

Learn how to sing better and higher

This video exercise will help you to smooth out the breaks in your voice and get into your head voice. This is especially useful if you are trying to learn how to sing better or really want to develop your voice and learn how to sing higher notes.

If you find it difficult to get over your bridge, get rid of vocal breaks or cracks then you will benefit from this exercise. If you want to stop straining when you try to sing high then this free vocal lesson will help you.

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How to Belt -Singing Techniques Part 1



How to Belt -Singing Techniques Part 1

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This is How to Belt – Part 1 in a 3 part series

1. What is Belt?
– Very loud and powerful sound
– Contains a degree of Edge in the sound
– Healthy belting has a good mix of both chest and head voice

2. In order to understand how to correctly belt, you need to understand the difference between all our vocal registers:

i) Chest voice: closest to our speaking voice. Lower part of range. Thicker tone.

ii) Head voice: characteristically thinner than chest voice. Higher part of the range.

iii) Mixed voice: blend of chest and head voice. Not just a head voice placed in the mask

Stay in tune for Part 2 – How to Belt where I will cover some practical exercises on how to access a healthy belt sound

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