How To Use Mixed Voice To Sing Higher Notes

How To Use Mixed Voice To
SING HIGHER NOTES EASILY

 

This isn’t your usual “sing higher!” tutorial where I rehash the same old tricks like Support, Open Throat and Twang.

I’m going to give you something VERY specific to focus on, and it’s going to serve as the goal that is going to change everything for you as a singer.

It’s a pretty bold claim, right?

Just ONE thing is going to turn you into a powerhouse singer.

But it’s absolutely true.

After chasing my tail for decades looking for the next advanced technique, the newest vocal approach and the most expensive vocal courses I could find – I realised that all good singing came down to just ONE basic concept.

Well, FOUR fundamentals – but ONE in particular is the lynchpin of all great singing;

Tonal Intent.

When I designed my vocal approach “The Four Vocal Fundamentals” I started out referring to tonal intent specifically as Mixed Voice; but over time, and having met with and helped so many different singers from all walks of life over the past decade+ of experience as a professional voice teacher; I’ve expanded on the concept to split the concept into different registration dependent tones to match each modification of the vocal tract as you ascend in range.

Bear with me, I told you this was going to be simple, right?

And it is.

REALLY simple.

In it’s most basic sense, the voice can be split up into four registers;

  • Chest Voice
  • Chest Mix
  • Head Mix
  • Head Voice

And each vowel sound has four space modification that happen within the vocal tract;

  • Neutral
  • Wider
  • Narrowing
  • Narrow

And each of those space shifts comes with a tonal shift for register control;

  • Bright
  • Mixed Voice
  • Cry
  • Witch/Hoot

And herein lies the solution to almost ALL registration issues you can imagine as a singer.

Straining at an F4? The key is to narrow your vowel and dominate with the CT muscle to create a ‘cry’ tonality.

Struggling to sing that low E2? The key is to sing with a bright tone into a neutral velar space.

Pushing and straining a high C? Depending on your voice, the key is to fully narrow the velar space into head voice as you aim for a slight witchy or hooty tone depending on if you want an intense or classical sound in your highest range.

I’m serious – Tonal Intent is the absolute BEES KNEES of great singing.

Let me show you how it works:

Now that you’ve seen it in action, you’re champing at the bit to sink your teeth into the ONLY vocal approach to teaches The Four Vocal Fundamentals in this way, right?

You want to make SERIOUS growth in your singing, right?

Build a powerhouse voice?

If only there was some sort of “Mastering The Art of Singing” training guide you could read to put all of the pieces together as a singer…

… and there absolutely is!

I’m about to share with you the Mastering The Art of Singing training guide for FREE.

That’s right, a gift.

An incentive.

But what’s even better than receiving this KILLER singing guide which contains more practical information than most paid vocal courses out there, for FREE – it also comes with a super simple Vocal Quick Start Guide and mega-insider-info Vowel Modification Cheat Sheet.

Oh yeah, I’ll also invite you to my special Vowel Modification Q&A session so you can join the conversion and get answers to all those burning questions you have about singing.

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