How to Sing High Notes and Wow Your Audience

Tips on How to Sing High Notes Mariah Carey can sing up to the highest G note on the piano – the G#7. Celine Dion can sing up to 4 or 5 octaves. It’s reported that she can even reach the F#5 note. Other powerhouse singers like Georgia Brown, Zayn Malik or Demi Lovato have impressive vocal ranges. What do they have in common besides their ability to sing high notes? They’ve been trained to do it. People who can sing the high...

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Vocal lessons with a master of voice

Are you afraid of scales? This is something I found ages ago and for some reason forgot all about it. In this clip, improviser extraordinaire Bobby McFerrin teaches the audience – that’s right, on the spot – the pentatonic scale. I’ll let you guys watch the video first, and explain it later. Here you go: Isn’t that just amazing? He taught the pentatonic scale to an unsuspecting audience! And the audience...

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Develop a vocal training program

Hi, singers! This post is a follow up from a previous post about vocal exercises. Now that you know about vocal exercises and which part of your voice they’re meant to develop, you should be able to design for yourself your very own vocal training program. This is a crucial step in your development as a singer to keep you focused on whatever it is you want to accomplish at the moment. So how do you go about building your own...

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Vocal exercises and how to use them

Hello, singers! This post would be about vocal exercises and how you should go about using them. First of all let’s define the subject matter. What are vocal exercises? What does it constitute? Is it all those trills, scales, and other drills that we do every single day (hopefully) to improve our voices? Well, that’s partly true, but it’s not the whole story. In general, a vocal exercise is something you do with your...

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What is voice training?

Hey there! Today we’ll explore the often confused concept that is voice training. What is it? For most people, when the subject of voice training comes up, they usually picture a student and a teacher in a room. The teacher is on the piano playing scales, and the student tries to repeat the scales with her voice, with mixed results. The teacher then corrects the student wherever appropriate until the student masters control of...

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