How to Sing High Notes For Guys: The Complete Roadmap / Grow-The-Voice.com

How to sing high notes for guys: What is required exactly to develop the ability to expand vocal range? Learning how to sing high notes is a skill ANYONE can learn. This video will cover the actual roadmap that is necessary in order to build a great singing instrument.

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44 thoughts on “How to Sing High Notes For Guys: The Complete Roadmap / Grow-The-Voice.com”

  1. Mourad Bighrman

    Hi man, i’ll tell you the lowest and the highest note I can hit and you
    tell me what type I am :
    Lowest note : F2
    Highest note : G#4
    Head voice : C6

  2. could someone help me im 12 and attending the talent show and I don’t like
    to sing in front of a group and im going to sing in front of a
    crowd/audience cant hit high note voice screechy(Lowest E4) (Highest G4) is
    this average or normal for my age/gender im 4’9 if that helps

  3. boy 12 4’9 what class am I in
    Lowest:E4
    Highest:G4
    don’t wanna embarrass myself in talent show

  4. when I try to sing high note my voice screeches and cracks and I end up
    screaming instead trying to sing chandelier sia and happy pherrell williams

  5. I am a 15 year old male, about seven months ago, I could sing from F4 to
    G#7, and now puberty came and had to fuck my high notes, an now I can sing
    from A3 to C6, and it’s getting worse by the day. No matter what I do I
    can’t get these high notes back, please help me out!

  6. Halp! I can hit an A5 when I was on 5th Grade. Then it became lower and
    lower when I was on 6th Grade. Now, I can’t even hit a C4. Is there anyway
    to fight puberty? I wanna’ bring my range back. =/

  7. MisterEpicMuffin

    I can barely sing high notes. Nothing in this video I could sing. Im very
    annoying low. I practice everyday however but I ALWAYS get stuck on the 4th
    C note. (Not high at all)
    Please can someone help? or should i just quite because ive done everything
    hes said.

  8. I’m thinking of buying your program! I’ve used Singing Success, but I had a
    lot of trouble because I never got feedback (and I didn’t want to spend 150
    dollars on a voice lesson to finally get some.) You say on your website
    that you give weekly help on your facebook page. Is that like individual
    help, or you’ll answer everyone’s questions into a single video?

  9. Saif “Iron” TubeHD

    Hi !! My range is E3 – Bb5 – B5 – E8 .. What am I ??? And I want to ask how
    do I save my voice of I hit a B5 in my chest voice ???? And higher notes
    !!!

  10. why you say to breath from diaphragm if you’re raising up your chest when
    you sang Dont Stop Believing ? I am in doubt about this point

  11. Hey, Im a baritone and I like music from bands such as My Chemical Romance,
    Fall Out Boy, and Panic! At the Disco, but I cant sing their music cause I
    cant hit all the notes in their songs. What can I do to be able to hit all
    those high notes and sing their songs well?

  12. hi there, im 21 and has a really really deep talking voice and jazzy
    singing voice… but i’ve been trying to sing a song called “She’s Gone by
    Steelheart” for years!! unfortunately i can’t… my question is, does
    “everyone” can hit that high note no matter how deep their voice are?

  13. hey guys i found a really cool trick. Try singing with autotune, record
    yourself, save it, then sing along with it. The trick is very effective
    trust me

  14. Víctor Cortés

    5:26 Damn! I always wanted to reach that note in Miguel’s Adorn, but I
    always switch to falsetto. Is that mix voice?

  15. Clark's Corner

    +Phil Moufarrege sir can we do skype sometimes pls I am really interested
    in gingin sir

  16. Hi. Thanks a lot for the video -I have a question: recently in my warm up I
    went 2 notes above my vocal range (G1-G4) as a result I ve been
    experiencing some muscle strain kind of pain inside my throat. I have
    stopped singing fir 2 days but I can still feel strain pain. What is the
    right thing to do? advise please..

  17. Big congratulations to all students who passed their POP vocals & Musical Theatre Singing Exams this year, (no fails to date) only DISTINCTIONS and MERITS for all those who entered the L.C.M (London College of Music)exams.

  18. Jonathan Davenport

    I have no delusions a couple of singing career, nevertheless it certain has made me comfortable to get this far.

  19. In the second lesson educate your pupil about the proper strategy of heat up. After this session, ask your pupil to sing his or her most well-liked music and establish the issues like whether his/her pitch is easy or not, he/she is grumbling consonants and whether he/she has proper control of breath and so on.

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