How to Sing Vowels for Vocal Exercises : Vocal Exercises

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When singing vowels for vocal exercises, it is important to remember that every vowel is a modified o vowel. Practice your singing vowels with help from a professional singer in this free video on vocal exercises.

Expert: Kendall McGuire
Bio: Kendall McGuire earned her Bachelor of Science degree in voice performance and has been performing for more than 20 years.
Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

Series Description: Vocal exercises can help you improve your range, strengthen your diaphragm and sing better overall. Learn tips and tricks for exercising your voice with help from a professional singer in this free video series on vocal exercises.

25 thoughts on “How to Sing Vowels for Vocal Exercises : Vocal Exercises

  1. I really don’t like this woman, she has a very condescending nature and
    speaks to her viewer as if we are children…

  2. thanks for making these vids i really appreciate them! sorry to see so many
    pathetic comments i like your style of teaching too!

  3. so if you don’t want to sing in Italian vowels and you want to sing in
    normal vowels will she still lick my asshole and tickle my balls at the
    same time?

  4. If you directly say this to the student, without explaining first; the
    vocal placements, vowel locations, how to place them opening the back of
    the throat and their resonance points at frontals and nasals first,
    everbody will get confused. The impedance of each vowel has different
    preassure on vocal chords and every person has different body structure. 

  5. A: Back open, yawn position. O: The same, only by lip modulations. I: With
    loose and free lips and jaw, to have frontal resonance. U: SAME as ”i”, a
    little bit opened more to down. E: As there are 3 different type of E, it’s
    VERY personal, depends on language as well. 

  6. Thanks I love your examples. How to sing vowels…where can I get more
    information on your classes, etc…. You’re great. I have been struggling
    with this How to sing with vowels. Would like more…

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