Singing Exercises Will Improve Your Singing Voice
You must persist and believe that you have a great voice. You know why? You do have a great voice. Everybody does. Everybody has the tools to develop a great singing voice It’s just a matter of learning how to use them.
A great singing voice is not a freak occurrence. It is developed by learning how to engage the correct muscles for singing, in the correct order. By doing this, you will develop a voice with great range, and vocal tone to die for.
Warm up before doing any vigorous singing exercises!
I know it’s tempting to get straight into it….
Warming up your voice will increase the blood flow to your vocal chords. The muscles will then find it so much easier to operate effectively. You will be able to sing much better, with much less vocal tension.
It’s so simple, yet so many singers forget to warm up.
Begin by humming nice and relaxed, in a easy range. Use simple scales, and don’t try and sing too high, too early!
After humming for a few minutes, continue warming up by doing some lips rolls on a slightly harder scale. After ten minutes of this, your vocal chords should be nice and flexible, ready for some more challenging exercises!
Don’t forget to warm up. Your voice will thank you for it.
Just as it is important to warm up before singing, you must warm down after singing.
This will prevent your voice from getting tight, and it will make it easier next time you sing.
Do a gentle slide from your highest, easily reached note, down to your lowest note, and then into vocal fry (Vocal fry is the first noise you make when you wake up! It sounds like Elma Fudd….”Hewo” in his crackly vocal fry!).
If you still don’t know what vocal fry is, stop the exercise when you get to your lowest note.
Do this exercise 10 to 15 times after every practice session. Keep it very relaxed… It will reinforce the progress you had made in that lesson. This is one of the most overlooked of the singing tips…
Work hard at developing your mixed voice!
This is one of the hardest vocal coordinations to master, although is very achievable with the correct training. This part of your voice is what ties your entire voice together.
It is the bridge between your chest and your head voice. It is also the best part of your voice to use for a commercial, popular sound. It will give your voice flexibility and will actually improve the other areas of your voice!
Your chest and head voice will likely improve once you master your mixed voice. This is because the mixed voice requires the most sophisticated resonance and vocal chord coordination.
The chances are, if your mixed voice is beginning to sound really good, your vocal chords and breathing are beginning to function very efficiently, and your voice will only get better and better!
A great mixed voice is a sign of a good singer!
So work on blending those registers….
If you are practicing a song or exercise and are feeling considerable tension, then stop. Have a short break … Maybe do an easy exercise that helps ease the tension. Try the song again, singing it with the least amount of strain possible.
If you’re still feeling the tension, abandon the exercise completely. Most vocal strain occurs because you’re singing technique is causing your swallowing muscles to interfere. These muscles should be relaxed while singing, which will improve your range and tone drastically.
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