5 Ways to Double Your Vocal Range

Voice Coach Shows You


So you want more vocal range.

You’d kill to DOUBLE your range.

To nail high notes every time you sing.

Effortless freedom, power and a killer tone.

But you’re stuck, you’re at an impasse, you’ve hit the wall and there’s simply no way to move forward.

You’ve tried EVERYTHING. 

You’ve taken lessons with your local coach.

You watched some YouTube videos – but they just seem to rub you the wrong way.

You’ve tried trills.

You’ve tried singing light.

You’ve tried yelling.

NOTHING works.

Believe it or not, I was exactly where you’re at right now a few years ago. I spent over $15,000 on singing lessons and courses, and my voice simply sucked.

It kept breaking and going hoarse when I sang live.

I couldn’t connect.

It was SORE.

It sounded awful.

I had no range.

And I was simply frustrated and sick of the whole thing.

Until I learned these 5 ways to double your vocal range.

#1 – Take an octave of Chest voice, an octave of Head voice and put ’em together

It might sound ridiculously simple, but it’s true.

If you want to double your vocal range instantly, learn to connect chest voice and head voice.

Currently, you probably feel like “head voice sucks” and you want to “sing chesty” – but the truth is, your higher range in full voice is actually dominated by the muscle you use for head voice, the CT. Ergo, if you want a seriously powerful, amazing voice – you need to connect chest and head so you can use those muscles together.

After all, I’m sure you’re just SICK of yelling chest voice as high as possible.

I know I was.

So stop doing it and learn to connect chest and head voice instead. It’s called “Mixed Voice” for a reason – it’s part head, and part chest.

Watch this video to learn how to sing in Mixed Voice now.

#2 – Vowel Modification

Vowel Modification was one of those “mysteries” that my singing teacher could do really well, but it just sounded like a tin can full of broken glass when I tried to do it myself.

Until I discovered that vowel modification has very little to do with your vowels, and everything to do with resonant space and frequencies.

In essence, vowel modification is really an alteration of the pharyngeal space and vocal tract to accentuate brilliant frequencies within your vocal tone which I like to call the vowel overtone.

It’s a bit of a kettle of fish to explain in a 200 word post, so I suggest watching this video to learn how to do it correctly right now.

#3 – Placement

As a dude with a seriously low voice, developing placement was truly the first key that I discovered to become a better singer.

Sure, placement might not give you a three octave range all on it’s own, but, all other techniques are hinged on this one simple technique of resonating within the bones of the face to bring the voice out of the throat.

Here’s a video that will explain how placement works in a practical sense:


#4 – Perseverance, practice and patience

Boooo – that’s about the most boring thing you’ve ever heard, right?

Where’s the “sing better in 30 days!” crap that everyone else swears by?

Great singing takes time.




Ask yourself seriously “What did I do today to develop my mixed voice?” and “What did I do today to improve my vowel modification skills?” and I’m going to guess maybe you messed around with a couple of random exercises, and a trick or technique you picked up somewhere – but you didn’t really work through a proven set of goals and steps designed to help you sing better.

I get it, it’s hard to dedicate time and patience to becoming a better singer – especially when there’s so many “shiny objects” out there in the form of ‘voice coach reacts’ videos and vocal covers etc.

But if you’re serious about becoming a great singer yourself, you have to be dedicated to the cause and stick to a routine and schedule.

If you skip to the end, you can add your email to receive my “Mastering The Art of Singing” PDF guide to singing for free.

#5 – Singing Lessons

I’m not just trying to sell you some course or a session pack here, I’m absolutely serious.

I learned how to sing by taking singing lessons.

Lots of ’em.

For years.

And I’ve now filtered those many years of singing training into my own succinct, practical, effective vocal approach that is designed for singers like me that might not be natural singers to begin with, but holy hell are we dedicated and serious about singing better.

There’s a free singing lesson here that you’re absolutely going to love because it contains a “before and after” of my own voice – blowing out my voice show after show to singing with four full octaves of power as a professional singer and voice teacher with over a decade of experience.



This is what you came here for, right?

To get your hands on some juicy voice training materials and pro coaching, right?

I want to help you along by give you a little something extra to help you get started.

In fact, a whole LOT extra.

Something HUGE.

All my training materials, all in one place – for free.

#1 – Mastering The Art of Singing

This guide is amazing.

Seriously amazing.

There’s more technique, training, insight and knowledge in this one little guide than in many paid training courses – and I’m simply giving it to you for free.

#2 – Vocal Quick Start Guide

I get it, there’s a lot of techniques and concepts to learn all at once in the masters guide, so here’s a footnote summary of everything you need to do to get started today, and how to do it.

If you’re confused about how to get started, or you’re having trouble pulling the trigger on a vocal approach, this guide is now your go-to manual for how to become a better singer.

#3 – Vowel Modification Cheat Sheet

This is what you’ve been waiting for – but noone else is ever going to show you.

Modifying your vowels is the key to extending your range in full voice with no vocal breaks, no flipping to head voice, no weakness and no strain – so it makes sense that most vocal coaches keep this powerful information close to their chest and are quite careful about how and who they share this with.

And I’m going to show you exactly how to do it in this vowel modification cheat sheet – again, completely free.

#4 – Invitation to special Vowel Modification Q&A

Phew! You’re really getting the works here.

Along with the incredible training guides I’m sharing with you, I’m also going to go out on a limb and invite you to my special Vowel Modification Q&A Training Session.

If you’ve got questions about how to sing vowels correctly – this Q&A has the answers.

Add your details below to receive the Mastering The Art of SingingVowel Modification Cheat Sheet and Vocal Quick Start guides and an invitation to my special Vowel Modification Q&A Training Session.


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