Why Distortion Makes High Notes Sound HUGE (Vocal Lesson)

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The singing science behind why vocal distortion or gritty style high notes sound so much bigger than “clean” sounding high notes.
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7 thoughts on “Why Distortion Makes High Notes Sound HUGE (Vocal Lesson)

  1. I imagine it’s also super harmful to your chords?

    1. daviddimuziolessons says:

      It’s not harmful at all. It’s super relaxing doing it. Feels good if anything. Most singers who use distortion have great voices and ranges much longer and into an older age than those who don’t …James Brown, Steven Tyler, Michael Bolton, Chris Cornell, Prince …etc.

  2. Samuel Novota says:

    Great explanation! Next one about your beginnings with a band and your advices for newcomers with no band, please.

    1. daviddimuziolessons says:

      Thanks for the suggestion. Cool. I will do one about my beginnings and what I’ve learned since 🙂

  3. daviddimuziolessons says:

    Most singers who use distortion have great voices and ranges much longer and into an older age than those who don’t. Singers like James Brown, Steven Tyler, Michael Bolton, Chris Cornell, Prince, Brian Johnson, Jimmy Barnes …etc.The reason is that to properly do distortion your voice needs to be even more relaxed than when you sing clean. Once you properly learn to use distortion it’s exactly easier to sing high notes with it than without it.

  4. Gabrielle says:

    I really love this vocal lesson but it is helpful for me, and I also did understand it better, thank you

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