Sing higher notes without straining
Learning to sing higher notes without straining can seem a little daunting at first – but with the right approach to healthy singing, you really can sing higher notes with ease and build a POWERFUL vocal range.
First of all, we need to talk about diaphragmatic breathing – the foundation of any healthy singing approach. To breathe properly for singing, you need to set up a strong posture and engage your diaphragm rather than breathing ‘from your chest’ like you most likely do when you speak. Try it yourself by standing straight and tall, and then breathe as though your are ‘breathing through a straw’, low and quick – can you feel the sensation lower in your abdomen? Congratulations, that’s an engaged diaphragm! I’ve put together a practical short course on this breathing foundation here at Bohemian Vocal Studio – it’s free to sign up to.
Next, we need to talk about resonance and vowels. I’ve you’ve completed my foundations short courses, then you might be wondering about vowel sounds and how we turn that ‘buzz’ into an actual sound. Here, I’ll show you how it’s done in this super simple tutorial:
When you’ve mastered the mechanics behind your vowels, it’s time to look at tuning them for your higher range and extending your resonance into your higher registers.
It might seem a little tricky at first, but tuning your vowels so you can sing higher notes without straining is pretty straightforward when you have the right information upfront – so here goes!
Are you ready to take your voice NEXT LEVEL and really power up that vocal range and access those highs that have been just out of reach for so long? You can book a session with me today here at Bohemian Vocal Studio.
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