How to Sing Higher Middle Voice 3

How to Sing Higher – Middle Voice Video 3

how to sing higherThis siren exercise video is the third voice instructional video guide in the middle voice series on how to sing higher.

This video demonstrates some free singing tips using the siren exercise to gradual develop the laryngeal muscles and encourage the thyroid tilt. This exercise for singing should be done with very little effort and no tension in the throat area.

Vocal exercise should be taken daily and with this particular siren exercise I would encourage you to try it for about 5 minutes at a time and to practice singing it 2-3 times per day.

 

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2 Comments

  • Evgeniy

    Reply Reply November 11, 2013

    My main problem is my gripe in the throat. Because of that I learned to take the high notes, but this is the cause of rapid fatigue voice. You opened my eyes to what I needed. But a new problem appeared. I can do distortion only by constriction of the throat. I watched your video about Coverdale, but couldn’t figure out how to do distortion with a relaxed throat. When I sing falsetto, something like that, but I do not really care falsetto. I would really appreciate any assistance in the development of this technology and sorry for bad English, I’m still very bad in this.

  • Steve Williams

    Reply Reply November 27, 2013

    The siren vocal warm-up exercise is very well-known and effective. It is taught in music lessons in conservatories, musical and theatrical academies. If you practice regularly, you will soon see results.

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