Explanation of voice teacher Eric Bruner’s approach. Here’s how to sing the high notes easily! Eric demonstrates both good vocal technique and poor technique, and he tells you how this approach to singing will dramatically expand your vocal range and strength. This video was shot at a Sing With Power Vocal Studios singer workshop.
Here’s a link to another video of me teaching one method for pulling the back of the vocal chords together to help “find” head voice. This high note vocal exercise can be an invaluable tool to help “kick start” the beginning head voice for those having trouble finding it any other way.
Read my comments under the “About” section on the video, though! This is a temporary exercise only, and (like most exercises) isn’t meant to be used in extreme ranges, volume levels or long practice times. Again, read the description when you get to the video for more help with how to use it.
Here’s an article in response to the notion that one cannot pull the vocal cords together consciously or manually:
Eric teaches online voice lessons at www.SingWithPower.com.
He teaches a technique that shows you how to sing the high notes, allowing vocal access to the upper range without strain, without cracking, and with great control.