Vocal Warm Up Exercises

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KIDS VOCAL WARMUP EXERCISES - FREE DOWNLOAD

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These exercises have a limited range for children and are safe for absolute beginners as well.

Singing should never hurt. If it hurts stop.

The link below has great info about childrens voices. 

EXAMPLE VOCAL WORKOUT - FREE DOWNLOAD

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This workout covers all parts of the voice, i.e, low, middle & upper registers. 

Start off with a breathing exercises (not included at the moment). 

GENERAL VOCAL WARMUP EXERCISES

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CHEST, MIX & MORE COMPLEX EXERCISES

Pure chest voice exercises should only be done for 3 or 4 minutes. 

  • To be done moderately loud, e.g on a scale of one to ten, about a 7 or an 8 out of 10.

  • Have consistent volume from the start to the end. Don't fade.

  • Open your mouth i.e drop that bottom jaw about 2 fingers apart

  • Only go as low as comfortable

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MORE VOCAL EXERCISES - ADDED FROM YOUTUBE

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NS = 5 Note scale.

8ve = Octave 

Desc = Descending

VOCAL EXERCISES - PIANO ONLY 

PIANO ACCOMPANIMENT ONLY

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These accompaniments have a wide range. Plese only go as high & low as comfortable. 

E.g. Fast forward  to a comfortable starting pitch. Men should sing the octave lower. 

 

Exercise may be done on vowels, numbers, words, solfege. 

Vocal range is NOT extended by pushing or singing extremely high or low.

 

Range is extended by working from the middle of the voice outwards, gradually, e.g you might gain 1 semitone in 3 months.

Be smart and disciplined with your practise. Choose a variety of exercises.