Hitting the high notes is something from which good and experienced vocalists are usually recognized. Simultaneously, it is also one of the most difficult parts of the entire singing process. Reaching the top of our vocal range and smooth vocal maneuvers in this area is an essential craft for both professional and amateur singers. It is also an activity that needs a regular and strict daily routine. Moreover, every vocalist should develop an appropriate technique for interpreting high pitch sounds as soon as possible. Indeed, it should be a method that gives us the capability to song them clear and powerful but without effort. Frequently, the singers try to achieve an explicit sound by forcing their throat and, overall, their vocal box. However, these kinds of bad vocal habits may be a direct track to harmful vocal damages and vocal cords nodules. As a consequence, surgery or other surgical treatment may be necessary. Unfortunately, that usually means the end of the career.
Singing with and within our mind. A proper psychological attitude
A lot of issues in the life of the men comes directly from their minds. Frequently, the vocalists are afraid of singing high notes because they know they have problems with them. Indeed, that makes them ordinarily unable to sing these tones or hit them correctly. So, the most important tip is to convince ourselves that we can do it. We should not think of the high note as being difficult or even high. Furthermore, we decisively should not blame ourselves in the case when we can not sound clear while practicing the high note. Anxiety and freaking out about the failures might increase the tensions and constrictions in our vocal box muscles. As a consequence, the note becomes more and more unreachable. The lack of self-confidence is the biggest enemy of every singer. We must remember that if we ever did hit the note right, we decidedly can do it again. The key is proper practice and attitude.
Practice makes the master. Gradual achieving the crystal-clear sound
Our goal is to focus on correctly engaging all muscles of our vocal box responsible for the sound emission. And we should treat the high pitch sounds equal to any other sound. If there are tones that make problems anyway, it is good to check them first with the falsetto for exploring how much effort of our muscles they will need. Then, to approach the note gradually and gently. After some time, we can notice that the tone is easier to reach and resound. The other way to gradually hitting the desired note is to pitch the song down and sing the lowered note again and again. Then, moderately increasing the pitch while building our voice’s strength. With work and persistence, the sound we want to reach will start appearing stronger and clearer. All we should do then is to support it suitably with our vocal box. With the proper foundation, shortly, we will be able to sing the original key without any distortions.