How to Belt Sing Without Straining Your Voice / Singing Lesson

How to Belt Sing Without Straining Your Voice / / Tips on belting high notes, and singing the high F in Defying Gravity. Learn to use a vocal blend or mix, which combines head and chest voice for a clear, powerful, “belted” sound used in musical theater and pop singing. If you want to learn how to belt fast and efficiently, enroll in my completely free online belting crash course here: / Full belting course: As a professional voice finder, it’s my sworn duty to teach you how to find your singing voice! Learning how to improve your singing voice is all about simple, achievable steps that make SENSE to you. All of us learn how to sing on our own timeline, and certain things will click more than others. But it’s important that YOU understand your voice more than anyone else — learning how to be a good singer is, in many ways, getting to know yourself 🙂 If you feel you don’t yet know how to sing like a pro, be patient — every baby step and daily practice session helps. (And I’ll keep posting new vids to help you!)
xo Fel

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41 thoughts on “How to Belt Sing Without Straining Your Voice / Singing Lesson”

  1. I agree with some people — technically you are not belting. You are
    singing in your mix, a strong mix — which is very helpful for those of us
    who don’t have a high chest voice range. In my opinion, it’s very hard to
    find the people that can sing full chest voice on those high notes. When
    Idina sings those notes in Defying Gravity, they are FULL chest voice, not
    a mix. I think you should clarify in your videos so people understand
    there’s a difference. 

  2. Hi Felicia, I was wondering if you would please make a video on how to sing
    Phillip Phillips’s Unpack Your Heart. That would be so very helpful to me!
    Thanks!

  3. oh boy. I was really looking forward to belting tips but this is just a
    very strong head/mixed voice on high notes….

  4. If I may just comment. There’s belting and there’s belting. Belting as I
    know it is taking your chest voice way past it’s normal break point. It is
    basically a chest voice dominant mix, a loud, almost sustained
    yelling. Some singers can do it, others never go to that degree of vocal
    demand. It takes a lot of practice and is driven by the mind as much as
    the body to produce it. Listen to singers like Lou Gramm (Foreigner’s
    original singer) for a great example of a major belter.

  5. Stefan Alexander

    Hey Fel.. I watch all your videos and you’re an inspiration to me. My voice
    isnt blending as one tho. It sounds as if I’m jumping all over the place
    and I dunno if I’m a tenor. I’d really appreciate your help 

  6. fritz müller

    Hi Fel..
    in this video you give a link: “Vocal blend tips”
    But it’s written it’s private.
    So I cannot open it.

    Best Regards
    Fritz

  7. Carmen Korjov

    Can u please unpick Melanie’s version of Ruby Tuesday? I just found out a
    girl I knew by that name has died and I want to sing this song for her. She
    was murdered by her boyfriend and her body dumped in a canal in 2011. Heavy
    stuff but thought you should understand why I am asking. Her name was Ruby
    Love. 

  8. All I can do is blend… I really want to be a performer and I feel like
    not being able to belt will hold me back from dream roles such as elphaba,
    fantine and eponine. What do you think?

  9. This is like the technique ariana grande uses. She doesn’t fully belt the
    high notes but uses like some kind of strong head voice.

  10. lara fabian can belt out upto a G without losing resonance and with a
    neutral larynx… she is phenomenal.. I think her belting technique is the
    best.

  11. Jade NolascoVEVO

    when i was a grade 4 my voice very high but when i get 15 years old my
    voice very low when i was sing ,, i think because of my adams apple ?! so
    what can i do you now to make it back my voice ?? can you help me?!

  12. Sambista Nega do Samba

    Thank you Felicia. How much does it cost to study the whole Belting
    tecnique with you please? And would you do it the vocalises expecific for
    my register please? Thank you.

  13. …..My god, woman. I thought maybe, just maybe I could sing. But watching
    your video has just been a beautiful pitch-slap to the face of reality that
    I, in fact, cannot sing for shit. lol

  14. Sunnycoast Klips

    For some reason most of your videos won’t play for me. The loading image is
    not even coming up. Other people’s vids are working though…?

  15. Tangaline Nigglet

    Is banana suppose to symbolise what I think it should

    A long note…😂😂😂👌🏾👌🏾👌🏾👌🏾

  16. Did anyone besides me turn the subtitles on? It’s ridiculous! XD
    By the way, you can sing amazingly well!

  17. Bananas are bad for your blood sugar…and you still have a little piece
    stuck on your lip. Not proper etiquette you know…

  18. can you make a tutorial on mixed note?? for boys though I m 13 and I can
    reach G#5 on chest voice but I know mixed note may help me but that note is
    the one I cant reach!!! help

  19. when you started singing I was like “she sounded like someone from
    musicals” thank you for this! you are amazing :)

  20. Singing is a expertise that many has made a lot of people well-known and common, and because there at the moment are many skilled singers, the problem of turning into a great singer and the best singer can be getting tough.

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