How To Sing High Notes With Power in the style of Geoff Tate | Sing better high notes | Vocal Power



How To Sing High Notes With Power | Sing better high notes

This video continues the series of how to sing high notes ‘in the style of’ and in this instance it’s Geoff Tate. In order to sing better high notes as a rock singer it is useful to have an understanding of vowels can be modified to change the overall timbre of the voice. This video vocal demonstration shows how I can change the timbre of my voice by some alteration of vowel placements and help me sing better high notes that are more in the style of singers such as Geoff Tate.

Michael Sweet –
Paul Stanley –
David Coverdale –
Steve Perry –
Rob Halford –
Rik Emmett –
Sebastian Bach –

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How To Sing Better High Notes in the Style of Michael Sweet | (High Note F#5) | Vocal Power



How to sing better high notes in the style of Michael Sweet from Stryper.

The vocal cover of ‘Soldiers Under Command’ by Stryper in this video is totally LIVE and has not been tuned in any way – you will actually hear some notes that are slightly out as this is a REAL demonstration of a typical rock vocal take. A lot of compression (digital plugin) has been used to even out the volume and give the voice a punchy attack.

This recording contains clips of me singing high notes in a dry mix so you can hear the volume and tone of voice used to create the final sound that is heard in the mix.

In this video I demonstrate how better rock singers create a bright resonant tone in the upper registers by using a tilted thyroid or cry sound and a very thin vocal fold setup. There are also a few singing tips included to enable you to sing better high notes more easily.

Listen to the end section as it contains a raw recording the final F#5 high note scream!

For other ‘How to sing better in the style of’ videos – try these:

Paul Stanley –
David Coverdale –
Steve Perry –
Rob Halford –
Rik Emmett –
Sebastian Bach –
Geoff Tate –