Sing Higher Secret #1: Use Your Head Voice/Falsetto
You are tired of cracking, straining, and pushing your voice.
You may be thinking:
In this 4 day mini-course you are going to learn a bit more about the process of creating a strong, powerful, and reliable voice. We are also going to get you started with some easy to follow voice lessons that are going to help you out along the way.
Your voice has two muscle groups your head voice and your chest voice. In order to sing higher and more powerful, your muscle groups need to learn to interact with each other.
Brand new to the head voice? Are you having a hard time with this lesson?
Start at the absolute beginning with this Head Voice/Falsetto video lesson.
The first step in developing a strong mixed voice, one consistent and smooth sounding voice, and be able to shift quickly and easily between your head voice and chest voice is to be able to control each part of your voice
New to Mixed Voice? Check out "The Ultimate Guide To Mixed Voice."
Today were are going to work on our head voice. The head voice is the higher, "floatier" part of your voice without being able to use your head voice, you loose at least 50% of your range.
Many singers choose not to work on this part of their voice simply because they don't like how it sounds. Don't make that mistake! Think of this lesson as "lifting weights." You will get stronger and it will get easier. You just need to train, and more importantly, you need easy exercises that you can do.
The singing starts about 2:00 minutes in. :)
Sing along with the video. That's how you are going to get better. If you're a little uncomfortable, just wait until you are alone. Then, sing loud and go for it. Try not to judge yourself at first. Just do the exercises and trust the process. You can do this!
Tomorrow, we are going to work on the chest voice. You got this!
Sing higher and more powerful, manage your register shifts, and feel great about your voice with Sing Higher Elite. This voice lesson video course makes it easy for anybody to sing higher and sound great!