The secret to singing intense high notes, with ease.

Most aspiring pop singers learn to sing with the most confusing system on the

planet.

They learn to use something called chest-voice for low to middle notes and head-voice and belt-voice, for high notes.

And the most frustrating thing about this framework, is that it works. 

Singers do gain high notes. 

But these singers soon notice, that there’s a difference between singers who make people feel things once they hit the high notes,

and singers who are merely ABLE to hit them…

It’s easy to spot these singers.

You hear them shift techniques many times during a song.

Therefor their sound isn’t consistent.

And oftentimes, their high notes sound weak or sometimes even squeaky, in comparison to their low to middle notes. 

Right at the moment they want to make people feel things…

This was me, for a long while. 

And it was frustrating because I wanted to sing impactful songs. 

But I couldn’t sing them with the emotional intensity that would do them justice. 

Until I figured it out.

You see, the singers who do pull off these kinds of songs, have a different approach.

They ONLY sing with sounds that don’t have range limits.

That’s it.

It’s easy to spot these singers too.

They have a consistent sound throughout their whole range.

With multiple intensities and flavours.

They don’t have to switch techniques. 

So, it’s smooth sailing throughout a song.

And because singing like this is easy, they can be creative with their sound.

Make it, for example, emotionally intense.

With ease.

Imagine how it would feel to only sing with sounds that don’t have range limits.

How you can trust that your high notes are easy to reach.

How it’s easy to be creative with your sound and make your high notes emotionally intense.

What kinds of songs would you sing?

What kinds of songs would you write?

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