How to Sing 101 – Part 3 – How to warm up your voice!

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How to Sing 101 – Part 3 – How to warm up your voice!

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This is part 3 in my FREE short course series: “How to sing 101″.

This video gives a most effective warm up routine, as it addresses the most important things a singer must warm up in order to really warm up their voices.

Exercises covered are:

1. The Bubble: rolling the lips together to loosen up the jaw, tongue and face. Gets the vocal cords massaging together gently to prepare for singing

2. Mm mmm’s: these bring more cord closure to the vocal cords, developing resonance and strengthening our sound

3. Bla bla’s: gets rid of any tension or constriction in our jaws and gets the voice projecting on an ‘A” vowel

4. G + vowel scale: lowers our larynx to make sure our throats are open and not constricted. Exercises all the different vowels to get us ready to sing songs later

5. 1-2-3-4-5-4-3-2-1-5-1: Brings every together and warms up our articulation and refines our pitching

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39 thoughts on “How to Sing 101 – Part 3 – How to warm up your voice!

  1. I miss Kerri! You have inspired me to sing and sing even better than I used
    to! I must say though I still hold doubt that I can even sing. I have a
    natural soft almost compared to a little mouse, do you have any advice in
    regards to how I can better improve my singing?
    You are the best! 

  2. Thanks for explaining what these things do etc ur kinda only one who does
    this whole thang so very effectively, cheerfully and explaining so much :)

  3. #HowToSing101 #HowToWarmUpYourVoice #TheSongBirdTree #SingingTips
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    How to Sing 101 – Part 3 – How to warm up your voice!

  4. thank u kerri…for wonderful exercises…… i’ve started my band just now
    and i havnt got any professional practice and i’m in raw state so i wanted
    someone to tutor me.. …whooaa i found u thank god…i hope if i do this
    always it will make my vocals better…i really wanna impress my band… 🙂
    well my band plays rock music like of led zepplin…. so i need to
    stregthen my vocals…..soo i’m in need of help…. well my vocal is soft
    actually …. and m having trouble in singing high and long notes…so hope
    u could help…..

  5. hey there,. question. when doing these warm ups, what should i use? the
    chest vocie or the mixed vocie (still odnt know what mix voice is, how to
    use it)

  6. I gave up singing for years just due to depression but I’ve been working on
    getting my life back on track and I’m so grateful to have found this. My
    voice needs a lot of practice to be able to hit notes I used to be able to.
    I am looking forward to practicing with this! Thank you! 

  7. 2:02 – The Bubble
    6:02 – Mn mmm’s
    9:28 – Lazy blah blah blah
    12:24 – g+ vowels scale
    15:40 – 1-2-3-4-5-4-3-2-1-5-1

  8. Thanks so much for this video!! It was super helpful. I had to get a voice
    over song done today for my dad in time for Father’s day and I was having a
    really tough time warming up. I will definitely use these again. ^_^

  9. This was INCREDIBLY helpful I can already hear and feel the improvements! A
    friend recommended this and I’m SO glad he did!

  10. I have to say at 56 i decided to start singing who knew? This warm up is
    what i use almost everyday. I am able to hit many notes i could not
    before.. my vocals have taken a complete turn around..went from medium/ low
    range ..I can now sing songs at a much higher range I never thought I ever
    could…Great program!

  11. hi!! I have promised to devote myself to learn how to sing…watched your
    singing lessons videos..totally awesome btw. my question to you is since my
    nose is constantly stuffed up due to allergies…and pretty much all year
    round. Will that effect my singing? in terms of clarity and resonance?
    p.s. love love love your tea time videos. thanks for contributing your
    precious time for us. :)

  12. hi!! I have promised to devote myself to learn how to sing…watched your
    singing lessons videos..totally awesome btw. my question to you is since my
    nose is constantly stuffed up due to allergies…and pretty much all year
    round. Will that effect my singing? in terms of clarity and resonance?
    p.s. love love love your tea time videos. thanks for contributing your
    precious time for us. :)

  13. thank you so much your videos are great!!!! I was with you until the
    numbers lol I will do better next time. But I already saw a difference
    after doing these only once!!

  14. Thank you Kerri. I told my previous vocal instructor that he didn’t want to
    hear me sing in the morning. I didn’t warm up properly…so uh it didn’t go
    well. I actually get more out of your lessons, than lessons in person with
    someone else. Thank you honey.

  15. ive been searching for this type of training since very long time. am happy
    to get it. thank you. am still at lesson 3. i have a vry low voice and i
    usually sing hindu film and classical song karaoke type, but am not
    satisfied. hope the other lessons will help me. to get a powerful voice

  16. Do I need to immitate the exact pitch as you do. It sounds like when I do
    it with my own voice that the pitch is like an octave lower. And when I
    immitate your pitch I sing higher pitch but the sound is not coming from
    deep in my throat but it resonates higher in my mouth.

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