Would you like to know how to sing high notes that really impress the audience?
I've been working with thousands of singers and over 20 years and I can tell you that just about everyone has more vocal range in them.
It's all about developing the technique that will allow you to access these higher notes.
Watch this video where I take you through some of the key concepts to singing your high notes with less effort.
As I show you in the video, there is a key to singing your high notes with great tone quality and a lot of freedom.
And that is to train your body to produce the sound correctly.
Most singers have a tendency to "push up" to their higher notes.
As soon as you do this, everything to do with your voice immediately falls apart and you won't be able to hit the notes with any freedom.
This is why so many singers have problems with feeling strain, and their voices "cracking" as they try to go into their upper range.
To help you program the correct technique into your voice, I put together a free video series that takes you through it.
In it I explain all the most important concepts, as well as give you exercise routines that will help you improve quickly.
To get this video series, click here.
One thing that can really help you sing into your upper range is to "release" into the note.
As I discuss in the video, as you sing higher your vocal chords will "zip up" and become thinner. This means that there is a smaller portion of them vibrating to create the sound.
So by "releasing" into the note (This means having a little gap before going up to the higher note as I show in the video above), you give your vocal chords a chance to adjust easier.
They are able to "thin" and then the higher note will come out much easier.
If you practice this for a while you will get the the point where you no longer need to have this little gap, and you'll be able to smoothly sing up there and your vocal chords will automatically adjust.
This simple tip is how you can sing your high notes really effortlessly.