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How To Sing High Notes For Guys – Vocal Power – Middle Voice 3


How to sing high notes for guys using vocal sirens
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This video is the third part of a series on the exploration of using a middle or mixed voice to access higher notes. This video will help you to practice the ‘siren’ exercise which is excellent in developing the upper register which is essential for classic rock and modern vocals.

Try to practice this daily and focus on making a quiet sound in order to maintain control and develop sound technique. If you do this regularly you will smooth out your passagio or bridge and be able to seamlessly slide up and down your full vocal range ūüôā

As in the first exercise, when you get comfortable doing the ‘ng’ sound, you can experiment with a small aah vowel. This should greatly assist you in your quest to learn how to sing high notes.

0:24 the siren sound
1:50 tip for singing high notes

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