Voice Lesson: How To Sing High Notes Without Tension – Mike Bryant

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Hey, everyone! I’m rebooting my vocal/singing/music channel! In this video, I give tips on how to sing in your upper range without throat strain.

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8 thoughts on “Voice Lesson: How To Sing High Notes Without Tension – Mike Bryant

  1. Stephen Allen says:

    what’s up mike this is Stephen Edmond Jr. does this also pertain to deep voice singers also?

  2. Emil Winther says:

    Awesome video man. Really helps!

  3. EricArceneaux says:

    Love this! Allowing the body to teach you via the trill (instead of trying to force your voice somewhere it doesn’t want to go) is such a valuable insight.

  4. Darion Jaikaran says:

    MIKE! You the realest mvp man… This advice is on point. But one thing though, how do you get the lip roll to spin freely on those notes? For instance, if I try to do the let me love you melody, my roll braks in to falsetto and my throat gets scratchy.

  5. fahimmuchi says:

    i tried this exercise but i seem to go into the same breathy falsetto tone when going high so when i sing an open vowel like O or AH it sounds the same breathy falsetto not a mixed voice like yours,what seems to be the issue here?

  6. Gerardo Gerardo says:

    Excellent! I will try !! 😀 G

  7. Misael V. says:

    Definitely have heard this lesson before – both in the courses as well as i believe in erics channel – but great thing i haven’t practiced it much! so it serves as a reminder. One thing that scares me a bit from lip rolls – is that i find if i have a lot of resonance and such before hand – often the lip roll kind of reduces that resonance sometimes significantly – and it’s kind of annoying because resonance sounds awesome lol.

  8. Mike, your videos are changing my life! Thanks to you and Eric for sharing these valuable exercises 🙂

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