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DON’T SING HIGH NOTES – Do This First! | Singing Lesson – Vocal Tip


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Too many singers think singing high notes is the most important goal in training their voices; it’s not.

There are many other steps you have to conquer, strengthen and coordinate before going anywhere near your upper vocal range.

Singing in head voice IS awesome, but it’s a very small percentage of where notes in songs will occur. Most songs are keyed in your lower middle, middle and upper middle ranges. Balance and strengthen those areas FIRST before going anywhere near high notes.

You need relaxed middle notes to be able to coordinate singing in head voice.

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