Vocal Lesson Online – High Note System

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Vocal Lesson Online: High Note System

I recently did a class with a group of 12 young singers and I asked them what their biggest challenge in singing was. Nearly all of them said they have issues singing high notes. They would get to a point in their vocal range where everything tightened up and felt strained. This used to be my experience with high notes as well.

What I want to do in this lesson is take you through the exact series of vocal exercises and techniques that I showed the young group. Most of them hadn’t really experienced head voice and at the end of the lesson nearly all of them were singing at least 5 or 6 notes higher and with freedom and less strain.

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40 thoughts on “Vocal Lesson Online – High Note System”

  1. thank u very much.. i can now sing without straining my throat ..i do all
    the vocal exercises youve shown n this video everyday…it really helped my
    voice.. ive watched other videos on how to sing better usin your headvoice
    but it didnt work.. i strained my vocal cords… urs is so simple and easy
    to follow but so effective.. 

  2. You give way others something of real value to them.. I hope it comes back
    to you in truck loads….. Do you offer skype lessons… I’m based in the

  3. I still don’t know how to sing from youe diaphram I have looked at tons of
    videos, but when i try to sing my throat still starts hurting and I dont
    know how to make it not hurt.

  4. Singing using the diaphragm is using the diaphragm to push air from the
    lungs in a slow steady manner. This is more efficient use of air for breath
    support and also it is less straining on your chrds and last but not least
    it helps to produce steady notes.

  5. This is exactly the kind of advise that confuses people- the diaphragm,
    like EVERY muscle in the human body, contracts in only one direction, not
    two. The contraction of the diaphragm is on INHILATION. It is physically
    impossible to “push” air using your diaphragm. You “push” air with your
    abs/intercostal muscles. Strain on the vocal chords comes from using
    compensatory muscles instead of the smaller muscles that require more
    training to get to work properly. 

  6. NIce sustained slightly vibrating headvoice note in the end.. This is where
    I normally would get this breathy falsetto wihtout connecting properly in a
    head voice fashion.. 

  7. You are an amazing teacher, thank you very much, Could you tell me the last
    song you sing in the end of the video. Thanks so much!

  8. IAN!!! How have you been, buddy? My singing is really taking off now.
    You can catch me on Sing Snap under Goliath63. Thanks so much for your
    help and the advice. Happy New Year!!!

  9. I’ve been through about 20 different videos by other people about how to
    improve your singing voice. Most of them do a note warm up and say if you
    can hit these notes you can sing. I can hit all the notes (maybe not
    perfectly but close) and yet when i sing it doesn’t sound good. Please
    could someone help me?

  10. Hello I think I am left handed. How can I fix it?
    How many times should I do this exercises? and from when can I learn to

  11. I majored in music and have done many of these exercises, however, my
    teachers didn’t explain the goal of each exercise. I really like the way
    you clearly explain the goal and what each exercise is supposed to
    accomplish. Thank you!

  12. I like the part wherein you were substituting the words with lip roll and
    then a vowel, and finally the words. It gave me a wonderful way to practice
    any part of a certain song. TY much and more power to your channel.
    deserved one like (thumbs up)

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