Step 1: Discover Your Head Voice
I'm a huge fan of the mixed belt. It sounds like you are singing in a strong and powerful chest voice, but you are actually combining your head and chest voice. This is awesome because it is SOOOOOO much easier on your voice. Say goodbye to overuse and not being able to reach those high notes.
The vocal exercises in this video are a must if you want to sing higher with more power.
2. Sing Higher In Your Chest Voice
3. Blend Your Head And Chest Voice
What is your vocal break? It's that pesky spot in the middle of your voice that sometimes does not work right. Sometimes it cracks. Sometimes you just aren't sure if you should be singing in head or chest voice. It might seem too high to sing in chest voice, or too low to sing in head voice. Or, you may just feel a general lack of power.
No worries! In this video, begin the process of blending your voice so that it's easier to navigate your vocal break.
4. Expand Your Entire Range
Female Vocal Range
Male Vocal Range
Looking For The Next Step?
If you want to hear even better results, try doing one of these lessons per week everyday.
Just like muscle groups in your body, because they are, your vocal muscles need time to strengthen and learn how to coordinate together.
If your goal is to do 100 push ups, you may only be able to do 10 on your first day. If you work on push-ups every day...what is going to happen? You will get stronger. You will be able to do more push-ups.
The same is true for your voice. Give it some time. Work the techniques. Be patient with yourself and you will hear results.
The videos up there are a great start for you to be able to sing higher. In fact, you may hear a difference already.
But maybe you need some more help...
If you are looking for a step-by-step program to lead you through the process check out:
Sing Higher Elite my complete training program for singing higher and more powerful.