Tips on How to Sing Higher Notes


Perform warm ups before practice. Vocal practice is similar to a workout. You have to give your muscles warm-ups so as not to strain them. Doing warm-ups will also help you measure your voice range.

Breathe from your diaphragm

When you are training your singing voice, you need to put weight on learning how to breathe from your stomach and not from your chest.


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Improve articulation

This is a common problem among singers that is left unaddressed. The problem with articulation can break your performance, whether you are singing low notes or hitting high notes.


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Continuant Consonants: Many nanny meaning leaning kneeling railing raining real

Unvoiced Consonants: chair care tar par tacky chatty catchy

Partially Voiced consonants: Bar grill deal Jill good dead jade bread

Fully voiced Consonants: Very measure zero they treasure mere Zen then

Aspirant, or Whispered Consonants: Who how flew show three see shy thigh

Use a slow but steady pace

When practicing your high notes, start in the mid-range and then practice singing higher and higher. Practice your scales going from the low note to the high note and then back again.


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Sing: Mah——————— Mah ————————-

Find your vowel

Singers have a particular vowel that works best for them. You have to find yours. This is called vowel modification. Experimental singing will help give you an idea what vowel works best with your singing voice.


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Day, say, pray, may, dry, whine, line, cry


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