One of the things that really impresses people about a singer is an ability to hit high notes. In fact, singles like Mariah Carey were able to rise to fame because of their vocal register. A well-sung high note can really get a lot of attention.
How You Can Learn to Hit High Notes
If you want to learn how to sing high notes, the best thing you can do is work with a voice teacher. They’ll be able to provide you with a lot of advice and suggest vocal exercises that will help you to improve your vocal range and become a much stronger singer.
If You Can’t Afford a Vocal Coach
However, not everybody can afford to see a voice teacher. If you don’t have voice lessons in your budget, you don’t need to worry. There are a lot of simple exercises you can try at home that will help you figure out how to hit those high notes.
Warming Up for Higher Notes
One of the most important things you can do is to make sure you properly warm up your voice before you start to sing. When your vocal chords are warmed up, you’ll be able to access your full singing range. Without a warm up, your range will be a lot more limited.
So what kind of warm ups should you do? One thing you can do to warm up your voice is to hum your favorite song. Keep humming until your hum starts to take on a fuller, richer tone. Make sure the song you hum is simple and devoid of extreme high or low notes.
Get Your Tone in Shape
From there, you can start working your voice a little bit further. Start humming your lowest note, and then move up and up until you hit your highest comfortable note. From there, move back up and down.
If you feel comfortable going high or lower, then you can do that. It’s a great way to learn how to sing high notes and impress your friends – or your audience from the stage!
Well known professional singing coach Brett Manning has developed a home version of his famous Singing Success program just for you. I won’t go into details as you can watch the presentation here. You’ll be hitting high notes in your singing before you know it!
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