Free Voice Lesson! Warm Up Baritone

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40 thoughts on “Free Voice Lesson! Warm Up Baritone

  1. Eren Atar says:

    I had to cancel my private vocal lessons due to budget problems
    and I keep workın with your videos,and I feel better ,and ıt improves!
    there’s no any difference 🙂
    ,as If you’re my also private teacher ,thanks for serving , I share with my
    all friends who wanna improve voice and check out how to sing properly 

  2. just what i needed. Great warm up. 

  3. Bryce Clark says:

    Do you recommend males practicing the “female” vocal warm ups as well?

  4. Alex Blue says:

    As a nonprofit singer, I find your vocal warm up exercise very helpful. I
    will use it before any of my performances to get my voice ready. Thank you
    so very much, you are awesome. Keep up the good work.

    I’ve been singing from a very young age of 3 as my mother told me about my
    first performance which moved the audience. I am now 46 years old, and I’m
    still enjoying singing and performing. I have sung for different choirs and
    few weddings and birthdays. I had professional training for 12 years. 10 of
    them with a wonderful teacher named Lorie Evan Fraser who is the director
    of the Upper Canada Choir, and for two years with an vocal teacher and
    opera singer Richard Szuba, for basic opera technics, you can Google them,
    or look them up on YouTube. Hopefully they have something on YouTube since
    their last update.

    If I know someone who can use you video to their benefit, I will share it
    with them.

    Again, thank you so very much. 

  5. SupremeIntentionCrew says:

    I can’t do any of this without raising my larynx /:

  6. Daniel James says:

    Thank you Jeff for your very helpful lessons that are helping me to enjoy
    singing-an amazing gift. Thank you (not to iTunes to purchase a lesson and
    support you).

  7. Savannah Sullivan says:

    How would you suggest to widen my vocal range to lower notes? I am a
    Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Baritone. But I can only hit the C in the 3rd
    octave, and I’d like to be able to go lower. 

  8. Raul Mejia says:

    +Jeff Rolka Hi Jeff, can you recommend any baritone songs I can warmup to?

  9. Robson Mattos says:

    Jeff, thanks a lot for helping people like me with these vocal exercises.
    Greetings from Sao Paulo, Brazil.

  10. userone1000 says:

    This is “fun” warm up! But as I’m a female with a Baritone range I wish
    you’d mention that it’s for “lower registers generally, not just Male lower
    voice registers. :)

  11. Garrett Smith says:

    It is too high and too fast for me to perform. I am only singing the
    vowel, not the consonant to make it easier.

  12. Bruno Pires Mucheroni says:

    Hi Jeff, i have a huge problem…everyone says, and i feel that my voice is
    to “inside”…”your voice to inside yourself..” “you need to put your voice
    out”…im about 1,5year hard traing and it still inside…i thing im using
    my larynx.

    Another thing, this notes you are using for baritone in this exercises, im
    talking about this paper you have, can you post for us? thank you!

  13. jonathan Siems says:

    these are perfect for me! thanks jeff!

  14. Rand Mackay says:

    Man it is beyond time to say thank you i am slowly getting better from an
    illness that harmed my voice i am in my 50 s and was at a loss been doing
    this everyday thank you my friend so very very much

  15. ischumann1 says:

    Jeff, I just started singing. and I am interested in finding out my range
    of voice. I looked up a video that said that my voice range should be a low
    G3 and a high D5 . Can you help with warm ups to that range? Thanks. By the
    way love your video. Have been listening and practicing in my car to work.
    Having fun. : )

  16. Ayan Saha says:

    Sir,do u have any idea regarding muscle tension dysphonia?
    I used to sing but i cant sing or talk anymore normally as i always feel a
    lot tension around my neck and back and my voice tremors at the high notes.
    I am a baritone. Been to a plethora of therapists lately but without any
    specific treatment as there is no physical damage.
    Its just the tension which is increasing and the notes dont come out
    freely.. i have to pressurize a lot for a normal singing or turn my head to
    an angle to find the connection which gets lost.

  17. ischumann1 says:

    Just bought your Voice Lessons: Warm Up! with Jeff Rolka on Amazon. Wishing
    you all the best!!! : )

  18. Amos Craig says:

    you talk about notes being “connected” in other videos. When doing this
    warmup I noticed that the most connected sound I got was when I didn’t
    increase or decrease the amount of breath I was using. In other words I
    didn’t decrease the amount of breath at the end of a note and then increase
    it at the beginning of the next note. Wondering just how connected notes
    should be during these exercises or if it’s useful to practice these
    exercises being more or less connected. Thanks for the great video!

  19. Andrew Barrett says:

    Great video, and great teacher. I use the video all the time, and love his

  20. Danny Byrne says:

    Hi Jeff! HUGE thanks to your time and generosity for posting these videos.
    I’d love to support. Where can I send you a few bucks to show my
    appreciation? Also, any mention of tongue placement while singing in any of
    your videos?

  21. Ivan Schumann says:

    Hey Jeff, I have been practicing your class over the past 3 months. It feel
    great doing something that I did not think that I had in me. (a singing
    voice) I used your practice audio that I got from Amazon…. Just a quick
    question, my voice in now in a F3 to a D5 range. What opera songs can you
    recommend for me to sing… It’s funny , yet I’ am reading that I may have
    a countertenor voice. When I reviewed other videos, men are singing like
    they got their finger jammed in a door or something like that while they
    were singing. lol… what could I be looking to do to used my voice in
    finding a musical opera singer style? Again, Thank you

  22. Hi Jeff,
    Thanks for these awesome videos. I am using them daily and noticing a
    difference in my voice. Love the variety in your videos.
    I was wondering if you do anything regarding grit/distortion/rasp sounds?
    Also I would like to know if you have a course available to purchase in
    your back catalogue or a playlist that would cover someone over time with
    progressive lessons. Like how to practise over weeks rather than just
    specific areas/lessons?

    Thanks again man, great videos well explained.


  23. steve carolan says:

    Wow very helpful. I didn’t realise how difficult it is to sing without a
    good warm up. I am new to choir singing and am not yet confident, but with
    your videos it sure helps me. Greetings from the UK o/

  24. Amos Craig says:

    Hi Jeff, I have a question about warming up. It takes me almost up to two
    hours of warming up before my voice really starts to feel good, and most of
    that time is focussing on relaxing and loosening everything up, not caring
    too much about the sound quality or volume but just getting rid of any
    tightness and then focussing on tone. Then around the two hour mark things
    seem to click, singing becomes mostly effortless as in very little “doing”
    anything, yet the sound is full and volume is effortless, then it’s just
    adding a little tweak here and there to give it some emotion. I don’t mind
    doing the long warm-up, it’s fun to zero in on parts of the body and what
    they are doing while I sing, but is this normal? And will this time to
    warm-up go down eventually and I’ll be able to get that same relaxed
    effortlessness without as much warm up?

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  26. Amos Craig says:

    Jeff, voice teacher extraordinaire, is it normal to have the tongue coming
    so far forward you’re on the verge of lisping? this is what happens when I
    get the vibrations as far forward and on point as I can. it’s relaxed but
    almost so much so that my tongue ith falling outh of my mouth.

  27. mprater86 says:

    Yeah, I’ve been using this video and the Tenor video as well. I’m not sure
    if I’m a Baritone or Tenor but in any case, doing both vocal warm ups helps
    my rang 😀 Thanks @JeffRolka

  28. Hello,sorry for bothering but I would really like to know if is possible
    for a baritone to sing soprano also,in female voice because I try to do
    these both and people do seem to enjoy it.

  29. Sebastian guerrero clavijo says:

    tank you bro, this is a real warm up video for baritone, I already felt
    relaxed doing this everyday. excellent teacher, greetings from Colombia.

  30. Joseph Higginbotham says:

    lovey our video bro :)

  31. Juan Hernandez says:

    Wow! Ive been looking for a video like this and hasn’t found any good ones
    until now ! Thanks a lot 🙈

  32. luke patel says:

    Hey thanks for everything…I have one huge problem I can do both the
    baritone and tenor warm-ups…. the problem with that is my voice type is
    almost between the two with it a little more to the tenor side. when I go
    to sing I cannot get any presence in my voice and my lie range becomes airy
    and weak what can I do to connect my voice with power… thanks ps I’m 18
    (maybe transitioning between baritone and my younger tenor voice)

  33. Ronaldo Moreira says:

    olá adorei o video me ajudou muito,,,,obrigadao….

  34. Hey Jeff! I’ve been trying to search for my Voice Classification, and I
    personally think I am a baritone.
    My voice ranges from E1-A5. Would you agree I’d be fit in as a Baritone?

  35. Jamir Connelly says:

    hey, jeff. on my gospel church’s choir, ive been a tenor. but i belt a lot.
    but then at school, the directo said i was a baritenor. i chose to sing
    with the bass group because it was the easiest to do (singing classical was
    a whole new experience. and singing bass/barritone was really easy). My
    range is from an E2-F4. ive hit G4 before, but it wasnt with proper
    technique. with head voice/falsetto, i can hit a G5. i can alsp belt head
    dominately all the way up to E5. my lower register wasnt always the most
    powerful, since i just started using it reccently, but i was wondering,
    “what’s the difference between tenors and barritenors? and is there a way
    to train up to belting pass a F4, without it being head dominate?

  36. Jeremiah Dawkins says:

    Hey jeff. can you check out my start of something new video on my channel?
    I really don’t know what my singing range is. I think it’s baritone. anyway
    please watch?

  37. I really do not no what my voice level is but I think it’s in between but
    kind of low which video do I go to

  38. Quick question when I am singing sometimes I feel like something is holding
    down in my throat when’re trying to hit high notes

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