How to Use Science to Sing Higher Notes
From a scientific standpoint, when you exercise a muscle that is not strong enough to do something, it builds back up and get’s stronger each time. Right?
At some point you’ll find yourself doing the things couldn’t do before.
So, if I went and I tried to lift a 100 lbs weight right now. it might be really difficult to do that. But after maybe the 3rd, 4th or 5th time of trying to do it, it would become more and more possible.
Scientifically, thats how high notes work.
The number one thing that happens when, someone sings a high note and thinks it sounds really really bad, is for them to stop singing it. Which only ensures that they are never going to be able to sing the high note they heard.
Just like it would never make it possible for you to lift that 100 lb weight.
The more you sing and fail at doing something, the better you are able to do it and the stronger your muscles respond to how you want your voice to sound.
But What If Someone Didn’t Know You Could Use Science Get Better At Singing?
Voicercise (voice exercises) is a scientifically developed method to get your singing muscles strong enough to obey your commands when you want them to.
When you enter science into something, it’s a very fail proof method to go about it. We all have the same muscles. If you are a human being, you have a body that uses muscles to create your physical ability and control.
No matter what you’ve been told.
Yes, some people are born with strong muscles. However most pros at any skill have worked very hard at honing in on their abilities.
It’s actually part of their job to make it look easy.
When you sing you are using muscles, so if your muscles are not strong enough, to be able to sing that Mariah Carey high note, without work you are never going to get the muscles strong enough to sing that note.
There are exactly 8 muscles that control the way you sing. We have isolated what it takes to get them all working together at their best.
“Voicercise empowers you with the science to create your own unique amazing voice.”
That’s what I have the amazing privilege of doing every day.
If you need my help, or have questions I’m here for you!
All in Love and Music,
Roxy Miller 727-796-0417 (call or txt) www.voicercise.com