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In March of 2015 Voicercise Technology was passed onto our 3rd generation of Voice Specialists, Naomi T Kaye's Daughter, Roxy Miller after 10 years of Training.

Learning To Sing High Notes Effortlessly

  • Practice & Consistency
  • Muscles
  • Confidence

Genres We all have had that moment where we were trying to sing a high notes and it didn’t sound exactly the way we planned it to.

When approaching a song you want to look at the structure. How is the energy from the beginning to the end different? Practicing high notes is what will help you improve with them.

Another important factor is what muscles you use and how confident you are in using them. We tend to wall ourselves off from singing with our true power.

You may find singing in the car or shower to be more efficient than singing in front of another person.

That’s ok, the important thing is that you develop ways to overcome your fears and attack music with your passion instead of your anxiety.

Practice & Consistency

Genres High notes are produced by vibrating the vocal cords at a higher frequency.

This means you have to use more air, effort, and push in order to sing notes that aren’t always comfortable. You can practice singing the same high note and eventually that high note will be less hard.

Singing at an athlete level can still be considered difficult, but the difference is that you are in control and can consistently hit those notes even if they feel hard. This exists mostly at the top or low end of your register.

You may be able to hit the notes and have them sound beautiful but it may not be comfortable. Comfortability is something built over time through consistency.

Eventually you can expand your range to where the notes that are hard are much easier.

Vocal range is something that takes time to develop. Just like if you were running for track you’d have to practice everyday to be efficient.


Genres When singing high notes you want to make sure you are using the right muscles. Often when singing higher, our jaws get tight.

A tight jaw can be a leading cause of vocal cracks. Your jaw is a muscle that gives you more space to sing higher notes. The cheek muscles work similarly.

If you are not engaging your cheek muscles, you are not giving yourself enough space to sing the higher notes. The quality and tone of your notes is dependent on how open your mouth is.

This includes tongue, jaw, cheek, and nose muscles. Your diaphragm muscles are in charge of breathing, if you are singing a high pitch song but your not taking enough breaths for the note, then it’s likely the note may not come out how you want it to.

It is important that you notice in your register where things are tight, so you can use the proper muscles to sing.


Confidence is something we talk often about in vocal teaching because it affects everything. Your high notes require more air, push, space, and control.

If you are anxious, it’s likely you may forget what muscles to use or forget to take a breath. Ultimately, this is what causes our mistakes. If we don’t have faith in our ability to sing the high notes, that will cause our muscles to get tight.

This makes it harder to sing. Always have a focal point for what and why you are singing. This can help take the edge off of how we sound, and shift it to what we are feeling.

Singing with emotion allows you to connect with the audience, and when you are in the correct headspace. Mistakes aren’t the first thing on your mind.

Work on eliminating negative thoughts and replacing them with positive ones. At the end of the day, your opinion is the only one that matters.

This is because you already know what you like and don’t like about your voice. You simply need a place to start and improve.

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    "I have already noticed a difference in my voice and so have my friends. I am able to sing songs I swear that I could never sing."

    • Deneza Jadol
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    "I was a novice singer. Not much certainty that I could be better. With this voice training, I am getting better and better. Roxy helps you find your voice."

    • Jim Boe Broadway Actor
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    "I’m on my 1st international tour, about to perform in front of hundreds of people in Italy, I started to freak out, but the only thing that brought me peace was your vocal warm up and picturing being back in your studio."

    • Justin Bruno
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    "I want to let you know people were telling her how amazed their were with her vibrato, at age 9! That credit is to you! Thank you for being being the greatest voice coach."

    • Bianca Ten Caten Settle
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    Jada just did her solo, for her vocal review for her performing arts school. She did very well. Great review. She Got her 1st ever Superior!!!! She is through the roof happy.

    • Lisa Austin (Happy mom of Jada)
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    I have been a professional for years and lead worship at my church, and believe me, Roxy knows what she's talking about! My singing, performing, songwriting, and recording sessions have all improved because of her help.

    • Meredith Coats
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    "Roxy has been fantastic! I am very pleased with my decision to enroll my 6 year old son with Roxy at her studio in Clearwater. His voice is growing every week."

    • Mac Spann Senior
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    So far, Naomi’s Voice Studio has helped me so much! I have started to gain more confidence in myself and she makes me WANT to improve. She believes in me.

    • Jamie Gillespie
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    I was singing in the car today and my dad was super shocked. I was singing with a lift, and my mouth open wide I feel so much better about my singing. I wanted to thank you for setting me up with Roxy!!

    • Jessica Sheynin
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    Awesome vocal coach. Helps you work with what you have and gives you the tools and support to drastically improve.

    • Jamal Dutton
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    Naomi’s Voice Studio taught my son SO much during just the consultation. He was so excited for his first lesson. They are patient, professional, and genuine.

    • Julie Stevens
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    My daughter quickly learned how to get her voice to a higher range and she has learned how to sing intricate RnB runs. Her singing has definitely improved and she has so much fun during her lessons.

    • Alahni White
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    I’ve been blown away with how quickly I was able to connect and relate to the teacher which is huge for me. She loves what she does and it reflects onto how she teaches.

    • Jacob Lopez
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    My daughter has been attending classes here for just a few months and they have done an awesome job. She’s built her confidence and learned new techniques. She always has such a great time with during her lessons too.

    • Betty Nolan
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    This was the most amazing experience for my daughter and I. Not only did we find an amazing vocal coach, but they helped my daughter write songs and recorded them and make a really nice youtube video.

    • Katelyn Coon
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    Voicercise is an excellent product and even better than I expected! I have just gotten started with it, and I can already sing SO much better and much louder if I want.

    • Jill Lumsden
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    I’ve been getting compliments on my voice, how it sounds beautiful and it’s because of you and your technique.I want to thank you, I’ve been getting compliments on my voice, how it sounds beautiful and it’s because of you and your technique you taught me with your Voicercise.

    • Tatiana Michailova
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    I had great success with Voicercise ... three short lessons and I gained better control of my lower and higher notes ... extending my range from 2.5 to 3.5 octaves in the process!

    • Randall Gillion
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