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Belting is a singing term that refers to singing notes in your head voice range with the power of your chest voice. Chest voice is an old term created by Italian singing teachers to refer to the range of notes at the bottom of your voice. Teachers found that when you placed your hand on your chest and sang low notes, you would feel a vibration. Head voice is an old term created by Italian singing teachers to refer to the range of notes at the top of your voice.

Belting in singing means singing notes in your head voice with the power of your chest voice. So before we go through the exercises, let me show you what most singers get wrong when they belt.

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Your voice gets hoarse when you yell. And when they resist the air through breath supportthey create vibrations. These thick vocal cords are also what created the chest voice when you felt the vibration with your hand.

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These thin vocal cords are what created the head voice you felt with your hand on the back of your neck. Belting means singing notes in your head voice range with the power and strength of your chest voice. And what are the possible dangers of belting?

Well, most of the time a vocalist will sing with too much chest voice on the high notes in their range. It just takes some practice and the right singing techniques to learn proper belting technique. Bad belting happens when you use too much chest voice on your head voice notes i. All this talk about vocal cord thickness and belting physiology can make it hard to know exactly what belting should feel like. In my experience, I like to use the metaphor of a gas pedal for how good belting technique should feel.

You know your singing placement is correct and if you want to add more gas or volume in this caseyou can gently press into the note and you get more power!

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This is different from poor belting technique, which is like laying a brick on the accelerator and trying to control the car with the brake. In poor belting technique, your vocal cords are already too thick and you have to rely on adjusting your breath pressure to keep singing higher. As I mentioned earlier, proper belting technique comes from learning to mix the chest voice and head voice registers to achieve one smooth and powerful sound.

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However, there are may teachers that just teach singers to pull up their chest voice as high as they can. Regardless of whether you see yourself belting high notes or just belting out a song, vocal exercises are the best way of finding the correct mix of chest and head voice on all the notes in your range. And while we all want to sing songs better, singing warm ups are the best way of learning to belt. So before you jump right into belting songs by artists like Adele or John Legend, try these exercises first.

Then, once you can hit those crazy high notes, it will be much easier to do it in the songs you love. The following belting warm ups are my absolutely favorite ways of getting my students to master belting.

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The belting exercises are deed to go from more easy to more difficult so that you can get a lot out of them. The tone should be very buzzy and nasal-sounding. Make sure to check it out to see why these singing exercises work. And most of the time, just this little switch allows the voice to relax enough to hit those high notes better. The following playlist has some great belting songs all the way from Basses and Tenors to belting songs for Altos and Sopranos.

You can find the belting playlist here. I dig the mum exercise bc its challenging and as it says, closest to real singing. Thanks Joe! Keep up the great work! I very occasionally belted a note a few steps above middle c for emphasis, depending on the emotion of the moment, but never ever belted higher! I understand the voice and good technique, yet needed some concrete ways to talk about belting with my students, and some specific exercises for them.

Let me know if you need any pointers. Hi Matt, thanks for these exercises, very helpful! I have a question for you.

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When doing these exercises, are you trying to stay in your chest voice for the whole exercise? Or is it ok to switch into your mixed or head voice when it feels like your voice wants to switch? I accept the Privacy Policy. Updated March 02, by Matt Ramsey 6 comments. Your Message.

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