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does anyone know any techniques to extend your vocal range up? i'd like to be able to sing Aerosmith's Dream On but i can't quite hit that last note....
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when i drink hard liquor or smoke it clears my throat up so i can sing better. but thats just me
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does anyone know any techniques to extend your vocal range up? i'd like to be able to sing Aerosmith's Dream On but i can't quite hit that last note....


That last note is a killer. I'm not even gonna attempt that until a few more years of singing.

But you can practice singing scales, dont strain your voice for the notes to try and hurry it along because thats how you damage it. Also, you can reach higher notes if you push from your diaphram instead of your throat, there is no strain on anything then.

It'l come with practice and time, but it'l take a while.
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I just sing along with 3 Inches Of Blood's 'Deadly Sinners' and hit that very high falsetto note. That's as high as I can go.
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