How to Sing Low Notes
A simple but effective singing exercise to help you develop your lovely low notes.
Singing low notes is just as, if not more important as working on your upper vocal range. You will most likely spend more time in your lower register and singing gorgeous low notes can create mystery and tension in your song, so it makes sense to ensure they sound as resonant and strong as possible.
In today’s singing tutorial I’ll show you how to sing low notes and I’ve got a super simple but effective low note strengthening exercise for you. I’ll give you an example and then you can take over.
How to Sing Low Notes in 3 Steps
- Support your notes with your airflow
- Stay relaxed when you do this exercise
- Sing ‘mah may mee moh moo’ on one note focusing on keeping it vibrato free and nice and smooth (ie no cracks). Then move one tone lower and repeat.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial on how to strengthen your low notes and sing with a beautiful, resonant low tone. If you want to work on your high notes next, try this tutorial!
Let me know if you had fun in the comments below.
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