People often ask me about reaching the high and the low notes and their vocal range. Because they are having difficulty singing the ‘high’ or the ‘low’ notes. Technically… There shouldn’t be any problem while singing high or low notes. The problem lies in the concept of singing from another singer’s key. If we sing in our own key, we would never be complaining about such a thing. Every vocalist has their own low-to-high vocal range where they can manage any song. But when they’ll try to sing in another vocalist’s vocal range or key, the high and the low notes might be a problem. So, first of all, the most important thing is to sing in your own key. Now people ask me how will they know what their key is? There’s a really simple way to find that out. Simply pick any key from which you can easily sing… C, C#, D or any other for example… Take that note and come down five to six notes.. Got it? Then, from the higher octave… try to go five to four notes up. If, you can easily climb down four to five notes and go up a few notes on the higher octave, then you have found your range. From whichever note you are comfortable doing this in, consider that your key. And don’t worry about the fact that your key is not the same as another singer’s. This shouldn’t discourage you at all and there’s no need to be unnecessarily impressed or be intimidated by that fact. Every vocalist has their own key and one should always sing in their own key according to their vocal range. People who sing karaoke all the time find this to be an issue and some have even ruined their own voice in the process because those tracks didn’t always suit their vocal range. Whatever YOUR actual vocal range is, that’s where you should always sing in. Please don’t try to match to someone else’s range. And it doesn’t matter if a certain singer can sing higher notes than you. There are so many legendary artists who mostly sang in their lows and mids like Jagjit Singh and Mehdi Hassan.. Is there anyone like them? In the same way, if Rafi Sahab utilized his mid and high range for the most part, he’s a legend of his own as well. To compare these ranges is totally unnecessary. Once again, every singer has their own range. What truly matters is to sing with the right amount of expressions and feelings. Trust me… there’s nothing more important than this. When you will sing high notes in your own range, it will sound high and people will notice it. So don’t worry, all of you can sing “high” notes. Everybody can sing those “high” notes. BUT… in their own key and vocal range. It will definitely take time, guys. Practice… continuous practice is a process not everyone can commit to. I’m fully aware of this fact. But, definitely, those who really do work hard, do get some result. As far as your your questions and confusions are concerned, I’ll keep on trying to share my experiences with you all. So, that’s it for now. See you in the next video. I’ve gotta find a good coffee place now.