Author of 'Vocalastics' Singer's Audio Course shares singing tips for 'Beginners to Grammy Winners.'

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

#3 Drop it in!

I use two reverse Psychology techniques. I drop in the high notes, almost like putting a little basketball through a little hoop. For low notes I aim them to the balcony. Normally people tend to drop their chin or pull back or go down for low notes, and this can cut off the air. Same for high notes, air can be cut off by reaching, lifting the neck and straining. Try dropping the high notes in! Ideally we want to send our notes straight out, these techniques will counteract the natural tendencies.