How To Stop Cracking When Singing – 12 Month Follow Up – Special Vocal Exercises to Stop Cracking

It’s tough at any age to learn how to stop cracking when singing. But for teenage boys going through their vocal change, it may be harder than any other time in life.


In this video you’ll see 16-year-old Lex singing exercises at three different times over a 12-month period. Watch him do special vocal exercises to stop cracking.


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In this video you’ll see Lex singing exercises at three different times over a 12 month period. A yellow circle on the upper left is the first, a blue circle is nine months later, and three months later is a red circle representing a year from the first recording.


Notice his progress from the first to the ninth month. Then listen to what he’s accomplished at month twelve. For a real surprise listen to the very end of his singing.


[Vocal Exercises]



Can you hear Lex’s progress from video to video? Let me know by typing “yes” or “no” in the comments section below this video. I want to hear your comments.


I couldn’t sing into my head voice like Lex until I found out about this technique when was 43 years old.


It’s not easy to do what Lex is now accomplishing in his voice as bass at age 16. However, he’s doing vocal exercises for his vocal type, Pulled Chest-High Larynx. These exercises, combined with his hard work, are causing him to succeed.


Do you know your vocal type? Your vocal type is not whether you’re a soprano, alto, tenor or bass. You vocal type describes how you tend to sing from your low to your high voice. Maybe you’re a Pulled Chest-High Larynx vocal type like me and Lex.


To discover YOUR vocal type, download this PDF, “Get Your Vocal Type”. You can get it here or in the description below this Youtube Video.


This PDF contains links to a vocal test, videos about your vocal type and links to exercises for your vocal type.


These special exercises for vocal types have worked for 1000’s of singers. Now it’s time for them to work for you. If you’re through with your vocal change, your progress can be rapid.


If you’re in your teens and your voice is still changing, these exercises may be the only ones that can help you! So get the PDF, discover your vocal type, and start practicing the exercises.




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I’m Chuck Gilmore with Power to Sing. You can sing higher with beauty, confidence and power.


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  1. I’d love to work with you. Here’s a link to schedule lessons when the time is right for you. SCHEDULE YOUR LESSON HERE:

  2. I would like a one to one lesson to bring my singing back to was it was
    I have confidence when I lost my voice when I had vey bad acid reflux
    I am desperate to sing
    Please p,ease help
    I am no good with listening online and practicing
    Thank you

  3. Dear Chuck,
    Thanks for the video. I thought Lex his vocal type was flip falsetto. You say it is pulled chest high Latino.
    Have a nice day greetings Maxim.

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