How To Sing: Vocal Warm Up

August 15, 2009 by  
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Protect your voice with a daily vocal warm up.

This is the video series of the Pro Vocal Warm Up.  You will learn to stretch and warm up your voice so that you perform at your best.

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Access 4 of my Vocal Warm Up Routines in “The Ultimate Vocal Warm Up Series”

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2 Responses to “How To Sing: Vocal Warm Up”
  1. Ali Hamza says:

    hi,
    first of all i want to thank u for all the lessons that you have provided.
    while i’m watching your lessons i have figured that i have too many wrongs in my vocals. I’m actually a guitar student and i never took vocals seriously but now i have started to realise that how much important it is to practice for vocals.
    i want to share two specific problems that i face while singing:
    1: my voice vibrates and it isn’t too stable
    2: when i go on little high notes my voice starts getting very thin like a fluet or a girl’s voice.(i hope you understand what i’m saying)

    can you tell my what is it that i can specifically do to overcome these two major problems?

    Regards,

    Ali Hamza

  2. admin says:

    Hi Ali,

    The best thing to help with your problems is to work on your airflow. If you feel that your voice is unstable it may be that your airflow is not great enough to sustain a solid tone.
    When singing higher your voice will naturally thin out so in this regard you have nothing to worry about as it is supposed to occur.
    You can change the tone of the higher part of your voice by adding resonance (letting the sound vibrate in different parts of your head, eg nasal cavity, the throat)
    There are video lessons on the site which will help you with both of your problems. Look for “How to breathe for singing” and “How to sing: Power”

    Ian

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