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There are some classic vocal exercises that you can use to improve the quality of your voice. Many of these exercises can also expand your range and make you sound more professional. Try these!
vocal exercises warm up

Vocal Exercise Warm Up

To warm up your vocal chords, you need to practice singing. Warming up helps protect your vocal chords and also makes your singing sound better. To warm up, you can practice the C chromatic scale in half-step intervals. This will help you hit a lot of different notes and make your voice sound smoother.

The yawning technique is another approach. Open your mouth and sing a note. Then, without pausing for breath, keep singing the note while you change pitch. Try to make your your voice go higher the way it does when you yawn. If you’re doing it right, this exercise has a similar effect. Use it to go through your full vocal range for the best effect.

Spend at least 10 to 15 minutes warming up every single time you rehearse or perform.

Vocal Exercises For Range

One exercise to help you increase your vocal range is to sing along with a musical instrument. If you have a high voice, try singing along with a low note on a piano, and vice versa. With the help of a tuning device, you can quickly identify your natural vocal range.

Range-expanding exercises are important for singers to develop a strong middle voice. By focusing on your vocal break, you can sing in chest and head voice simultaneously. Your chest voice vibrates lower in your throat, while the head voice vibrates at the very back of your soft palate.

Practice these notes until you can sing them easily and with good control. Then go a step higher each week. Soon enough, you’ll be singing well outside of your natural range!

Vocal Exercises For Pitch

Perfect pitch is a gift that some people are born with, but most of us aren’t. Fortunately, there are ways to train yourself to improve your pitch. One way is to use vocal exercises.

The easiest way to find your pitch is to sing along with a musical instrument or a software program. When you match the note perfectly, your voice will resonate and you’ll know it.

Also, you can practice singing in harmony! That means one person takes the high notes, one takes the medium notes, and one takes the lower notes. When all three voices are on pitch, it creates beautiful harmonies.

Vocal Exercises For Volume

Another important aspect of vocals is volume. You may need to sing louder, especially if you sing rock or opera or if you’re in a loud band. To find your natural volume, start out at a comfortable speaking level and gradually sing louder until you find your limit…. And there you go – your natural volume range.

Singing is about strength and range. To increase your volume, locate the diaphragm beneath your ribcage and push out your voice from there. Exhale sharply as you do this. This will help you hit the high notes. Vocal exercises are the key to hitting all of the notes in the right way. Practice daily to develop a powerful and unique singing voice.

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This article comes to you courtesy of Singorama.

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Jayne Callum

Jayne Callum

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