Sing High Notes – How Rock Singers Do It (the good ones)

– How do you sing high notes? Want to sing high pitched rock songs a la Bon Jovi, Skid Row, etc.? What’s the difference between falsetto and head voice? Los Angeles vocal coach Per Bristow – creator of the world’s most popular voice training program – the Sing With Freedom/ The Singing Zone program – demonstrates the common trap rock singers fall into when singing in the high range.

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39 thoughts on “Sing High Notes – How Rock Singers Do It (the good ones)”

  1. Just the tips he gave here are going to help me a lot, since that’s exactly
    what I do — try to belt it out rather than relax and sing a little
    softer. Thanks Per!

  2. Thanks a bunch for these extremely helpful videos Per Bristow. You’ve
    mentioned developing muscles as a means to really high singing. Do vocal
    type like baritone for example restrict singing for example like Axl Rose?

  3. It really sucks when you sing really high notes but people don’t appreciate
    it because they thought it was only a falsetto when I was actually using my
    head tone and they didn’t know the difference about it… -_-

  4. as i grew older i realized the same thing,u dont scream ur balls out,u sing
    as softly as u can n that helps in recording really well n also if you
    practise with microphone n headphns,u will be lot better cos u will be able
    to hear all the flaws in ur vocal n correct them,specially with condenser
    mics.

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