How can I sing high with power?

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In a live Q&A video, vocal coach Charmaine Brown answers this question from a Worship Vocalist subscriber… 

“I don’t have a problem keeping a deeper tone when I’m in my lower chest voice (E below middle C —> G above middle C), but once I get up above a G (or A/B/somewhere in there), my voice becomes nasally & tin-y, and I lose that “BUH” sound that was present in my lower range. How do you keep that low, full tone even as you add pharyngeal resonance as you go higher?”

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