Voice Lesson and Singing Tips: How to Sing in Mixed Voice/ Belting

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This video discusses to sing in mixed voice and how to belt.

There is so much to be said about this topic, I just didn’t feel I had enough time, but I hope I gave some useful tips on this technique to help you sing better.

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41 thoughts on “Voice Lesson and Singing Tips: How to Sing in Mixed Voice/ Belting

  1. OMYGOSH! THANK YOU! My voice teacher doesn’t believe in belting, she’s ALL
    classical. This helps A LOT!

  2. Philip Michael Thomas Jr. says:


  3. Flavia Pérez says:

    You are amazing. THANK YOU VERY MUCH (: <3 <3 <3 

  4. Lilly Ahlberg says:

    This was awesome, thank you x

  5. Susie Sittner says:

    Awesome video!!! It doesn’t hurt at all :))

  6. Rodrygo Gomes says:

    Hi, Dileesa!
    I´m from Brazil e i’m trying to learn how to sing better e how to do
    belting. Your vídeo is very very good, cause you give us examples about the
    right and the wrong way… Thank you very much! Have a nice day!
    Bye =]

  7. Susan Kossy says:

    Hi Dileesa, Your video’s are wonderful. They’ve really provided much needed
    direction. I have a question about achieving a greater chest/throaty sound
    with the belt technique. When I apply the techniques to achieve a belt
    sound, although Im getting a strong sound, I still feel as though Im not
    accessing enough of the chest register. I want to be able to incorporate a
    bit of a rougher edge and Im struggling to do this. Im singing forward
    through the mask and Im achieving power with high range however it still
    sounds slightly nasal. When I hear singers like Katy Perry belt, it sounds
    as though they’re singing with chest. Could you provide any extra advice on
    what I could do to improve my technique?

    Thank you :)

  8. That “flipping” between notes happens to me a lot. I also lose energy in
    the middle of a line, then end up fighting to regain it, then lose control.

  9. You’re EXACTLY what I’ve been looking for! I’ve subbed!! xx

  10. Germa Adan Bulkeley says:

    This is very useful Dileesa – Thank You!

  11. Kelvin Kimani says:

    You’re a blessing. Awesome voice and a heart to help freely!!!! how about
    increasing range without having to hurt the vocal cords. 

  12. Im not tone deaf but i Just am not good on staying in pitch…help!? also I
    don’t have a good chest voice range…what can i do (exercise wise….I
    have had voice lessons before) 

  13. LSDexclusive says:

    Omg this was soooo helpful ur really great 

  14. LaSherrie Draughon says:

    You are simply AMAZING!!!!!

  15. Chris Houston says:

    i can sing up too a B4 In Full Voice, but i think since i have a girly
    voice so i can sing up above to a C5, D5 Or E5 MAYBE, How can i learn to do

  16. O'Neil Donald says:

    Question!!! I’m a baritone and I’m just learning to sing with support from
    my diaphragm, but it seems like I don’t have a mixed voice. Only my
    falsetto kicks in when I try. Does everyone have a mixed voice? Are there
    special exercises for my voice type?

  17. I just threw my phone because I’m frustarted. Your amazing though. However
    I’m so annoyed by the struggle please PRAY for me.

  18. Louis Marcell says:

    thank you sista was very helpfull hope you have a great day ! One <3

  19. i’m glad i saw this. yes i ALWAYS “flip” from chest voice to head voice
    with the latter being way less resonant.

  20. BrendanAttempts says:

    What is your facebook I’ll send you a voice clip of me singing 🙂 you have
    a beautiful voice !

  21. Julia Lindsey says:

    THANK YOU. I’m a musical theater major and this is sooo helpful

  22. Yanski Chamba says:

    OMFG. You have just taught me how to BELT. LOL. 3-4 years I have been
    searching/practicing. OUT OF ANYONE in Youtube teaching this stuff, YOU are
    the only one to PUT A SMILE in my singing! Literally. SO THAT was the key
    for me. And I’ve seen this video years before, I guess I shouldn’t have
    skipped some parts of this vid and it would have saved me those years lol.
    Thank you so much for this Dileesa!

  23. i like the examples you give, it helps someone like me who has trouble with
    abstract ideas

  24. Ryan Leigh says:

    I am actually one of Dileesa’s students and she has really helped mold my
    talent and shape me to the singer I am (: With her i am only improving and
    becoming more confident with my art. Checkout my first cover (:

  25. Scarlett cotto says:

    Thank you so much! Plz make a video on breathing

  26. Hi, do you have any advice for me? I would say I can sing quite high but I
    can’t seem to belt. When I go high it just slips into a strong head voice,
    I can sing up to an a6 in whistle register, so it isn’t my range that is
    the issue. I want to belt with a chesty sound but when I go high it just
    sounds like a head voice. Any advice/tips?

  27. HelloZooty says:

    This is excellent, but I think it’s kind of impractical for most people
    without classical training. You know how to breathe and shape your vocal
    tract; many people don’t know this. There’s another singer, Morgan James,
    who modifies her classical sound in much the same fashion as you do here.

  28. Joshua Giwa says:

    Lesson learnt…Don’t sit on your chest voice rather spice it with head
    voice…God bless you

  29. Adriana Ewa says:

    Hi! I’m a huge fan of your singing. Do you think you could teach me how to
    do vocal riffs and runns if you were my coach? Please answer me:)

  30. Quick Singing Tips says:

    Once again I find that you deliver plenty of quality when it comes to
    answering questions that aspiring singers have on a daily basis.

    I found your tutorial very informative. I like how you gave several
    different examples and ways for singers to go about practicing to achieve
    said goal.

    Sometimes one size doesn’t always fit all and you took this into account.
    Your voice sounded lovely and I can tell you really have the power to
    back up what you say. Keep it up!

    Best, Marvin

    P.S. I like your tip about how to sing pop by singing with a smile. Very
    simple but powerful:-]

  31. mysticmanification says:

    so, then singers should ALWAYS sing in a mixed voice, whether it’d be a
    mostly chest or mostly head mixed voice?

  32. Dung Nguyen says:

    Hello, you are absolutely amazing. Thank you so much!

  33. Seductive Shovel says:

    You remind me of Leontyne Price when you sing legit, beautiful :)

  34. Tendai Mhlanga says:

    God bless for being altruistic enough to give out information that took
    years of painstaking effort to acquire. I really appreciate that, and find
    your lesson very helpful – short, sweet, crystallized truth. Thank you
    deeply. Any advice on how someone who finds it easy to sing forward for
    vowels like “Iii” and “Oooo” but hard for open vowels like “Ahhh” and”Ohhh”
    can improve on the forward placement of these vowel sounds?

  35. HeyItsAj ! says:

    when im hitting a high note or sometimes a low note my voice will sing
    heavily and idk why pls help me how to get stop doing it(when i use my
    chest voice for high notes my voice will get heavy)

  36. Julie Barre says:

    thank you!!!!!!!! as a soprano in a choir I do sound too operatic. It’s a
    problem when I just want to go out for karaoke night! Now I know how to not
    sound so dramatic. Thank you!

  37. Victoria Hunter says:

    My problem is I do the that sound you say and forward and there is a break,
    as if my voice breaks and leaves. when I sing up in there, where you say,
    there is no sound coming out. when I sing on the aah sound, I have a full
    voice then

  38. Jenna Cisneros says:

    In addition many people sing regularly together in their faith communities, schools, camps, and community centers.

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