Vocal Tips For K pop Fans #4: How To Sing High Notes

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32 thoughts on “Vocal Tips For K pop Fans #4: How To Sing High Notes

  1. Thanks for this video ahmin they help me lol cause I am not good at singing
    but I’m trying to get better

    Are there other any exercises to develop head voice or falsetto? Also My
    voice feels most comfortable in falsetto is that bad? I heard that you need
    to use falsetto sparingly for your voice to stay intact over time.
    

  2. hello there! who has the widest vocal range among female idols? I’m
    thinking Hyorin and Ailee but I want your input :)

  3. could you do the vocal analyse for S.E.S Bada? Her voice sounds really
    great… however I’m curious about your opinion :D

  4. Thank you for all the awesome videos and analysis ^^ I was wondering if for
    your next video you’d consider doing something on vocal types? Like what’s
    the difference between light, full, spinto (some words I remember seeing on
    your analysis’s). Also I was wondering, what determines if you’re a
    soprano, tenor etc? Is it just your highest/lowest note or would it be
    possible to be, say, a mezzo that has a wide range or something and can
    sing comfortably into the soprano range?

  5. Whenever you are using your head voice, you have to feel it around your
    nasal cavities, right? And you have to lift your soft palate as well right?
    just kind of confused by it lmao

    And the chest voice is something that every singer uses as well right?

    

  6. Hey can you tell me what’s the difference between high notes and long
    notes? Because i have misidentify between those two.

  7. Thanks for this videos, they really help me a lot.

    Are there other any other exercises to develop falsetto? tbh my falsetto is
    really bad. lol

  8. Hey it’s me again lol. So I was having a marathon with this vocal lessons
    there is something that I literally see in ALL the lessons videos that I
    can’t do/ figure out how to do. When you did the nasal exercise to bring
    the head voice down and place it in the mask, you went from C4 to C5 back
    to C4 without a break or anything and with such a constant tone. How the
    hell does people even do that? Lol not trying to sound rude nor anything,
    but my last confort is E4 and then I start to kinda shout, and I just don’t
    know how to activate that part of my voice. Is it something I have to find
    or it’s something I actually have to build slowly? 

  9. Hi Ahmin! thanks for all your videos, they’ve helped me understand so much
    more about proper singing(:
    Could you include more vocal exercises in your future videos? I really love
    the ones you’ve taught and they’ve helped me sing better. I really wish you
    could be my vocal instructor!

  10. I feel no buzz except for the lowest tone at 5:32… What am I doing wrong?
    Also, my voice goes in the head voice when I reach an A. When I sing with
    you I can’t keep my voice in the chest voice at the ‘papapa’ and mamamama
    excercises… I’d love to do them but am I doing it right?

  11. Hey Ahmin! Remember me? XD I was just curious about the range you were
    singing in for the exercises, since your keyboard was upside down while I
    was watching the vid, and I’m used to using a normal piano to finding
    specific notes. Oh btw, Taeyeon’s solo album came out.. so is her vocal
    analysis coming anytime soon?

  12. This might seem weird but- Does raising your eyebrows help you reach those
    high notes too? Cuz I see that you raise your eyebrows most of the time for
    those notes… But maybe it’s just me idk

  13. Hi! Can you do a vocal analysis on Kihyun from Monsta X please? Check out
    his cover of “HYEYA”. 🙂
    I follow how the singers sing and Kihyun’s voice is the most comfortable
    voice I can follow… Although I should really search for my own voice but
    I dunno how.

  14. Is the buzzing feeling only around the nose area or surrounding the cheeks,
    nose and the mouth? Like a forward feeling? How would I know if I am mixing
    properly?

  15. I do have a question. I really don’t know if I am pushing my voice too
    much. I really don’t know whether my voice has a good placement, and
    resonance. How can I know that? How could I also know that my voice has a
    good support? Hmmm based on my last test my vocal range starts from A2-A#6.
    I can hit C5-A5 without using falsetto (I think) because for me its not
    airy and its loud enough. Many people also say that I sound like a girl. My
    throat also doesn’t hurt. How can I determine those vocal parameter? Thank
    you so much

  16. when kpop singer( female) sing high note, they sing it with chest voice or
    mix voice? for ex. taeyeon in “I”, orvwhen she sang hush hush? and eunji?

  17. I noticed a lot of kpop singers have bad techniques, like no resonance or
    vibrato and a lot of strain. It’s surprising because you see grown woman
    belting notes or singing in chest tone, fully developed singers without any
    vibrato, which is supposed to develop in every singers voice.

  18. I need this! T_T My high notes are usually hit-or-miss
    I’m thankful for your all vocal tips video because your explanation is so
    clear.

  19. is there anyway I can get lessons from you?.. even if I paid? I have big
    dreams of being a kpop star I work hard even to the point we’re I cry.
    Since I have depression already..I might kill myself if I don’t get in. i
    know I know its pathetic but I can’t take it

  20. It’s been a year since i’ve been self-training thanks to youtube videos and
    i have a lot of things to ask you (if you don’t mind…sorry, this is gonna
    be long). First, let’s talk about lows. I can sing comfortably A2s, and i
    always try to avoid lowering my larynx and keep my throat as relaxed as
    possible. HOWEVER, after two hours of consant singing, i can’t even hit a
    B2. Is it normal? i don’t think so, sadly HAHAAH (if I rest for one hour
    then those A2s are back, but idk, it’s annoying af). Now let’s jump right
    into the mixed voice. Well, i know that everyone naturally mix the voice,
    so it’s never gonna be pure chest, BUT i seriously don’t know how to do it.
    I can sing comfortably F4s and when properly warmed up even G#4s. I don’t
    feel tension or pushing, and even after those famous two hours, those F4s
    and G4s are still there. Does that mean that i’m hitting them properly?.
    When it comes to head voice/falsetto i really can’t tell. When i was
    younger, i used to sing ONLY in falsetto (i”m not even kidding), and now i
    feel natural for me to flip into it instead of head voice (does that make
    sense ?). I can do a glissando from a low note to a high note in falsetto
    without breaking, and the other way round as well, is that a good thing?
    Also, my falsetto is the first thing that i “lose” after singing too much.
    As well as the low register it returns back after an hour of rest but it’s,
    again, so annoying. Lastly, am i a tenor or a baritone? my vocal range is
    G#2-G#4-A#5 and i feel more comfortable in the fourth octave sooo…can i
    be a tenor that CLEARLY doesn’t know how to mix?
    Sorry for all of this shit, but i’m getting pretty frustrated HAHAHAHAH.
    I would love to hear (or read or whatever) your response, byeee <3

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