How to Warm Up with an Arpeggio | Vocal Lessons

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Hi I’m Cari Cole. I’m a celebrity vocal coach and artist development expert. And I help artist find their voice, craft their music, and create successful music careers. I’ve worked with Donald Fagen from Steely Dan, Courtney Love from Hole, I’ve worked with the band Journey. I’m going to teach you how to be a better singer and performer

So you always want to complete your warm-up with an arpeggio. An arpeggio is a one, three, five, eight of the chord. Why is that important? Because it covers some range. And we want to finish the vocal warm-up with range. So that you can expand your range a little bit.

So we’re going to sing on some different vowels. We’re going to start with ah. So we’re going to sing ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah.

And notice how my voice, how my jaw is down? There is more of an oval or egg-shaped position of the mouth. This is really important. If you have trouble doing that, you might want to put two fingers at your chin and kind of gently pull your jaw down. You can also use your hand and hold your jaw down. That’s a little more of an advanced technique. But just propping your jaw with two fingers is a great way to start that. Most people don’t have much length in their jaw when they start singing. So, it’s something you have to work on. OK?

So we’re gonna sing ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah.

Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah.

Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah.

Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah.

Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah.

We’re gonna move to E now.

E, E, E, E, E, E, E.

E, E, E, E, E, E, E.

E, E, E, E, E, E, E.

Arpeggios are a really important way to again, expand the range and complete your warm-up. I just did the ascending scale. You can also come back down. And that’s an exercise that you should learn how to sing a capella and memorize. Once you get that memorized inside your ear and inside your voice, you’ll have much more flexibility, and your range will expand.

40 thoughts on “How to Warm Up with an Arpeggio | Vocal Lessons

  1. Jay Jayjay says:

    I told my girlfriend about the importance of an egg-shaped mouth. After she
    worked on that, I have to admit, it worked! My range really DID expand!

  2. Maria de Lurdes Melo says:

    Thank you very much for your time and for sharing your knowledge with us.
    Highly appreciated. 

  3. Armando J says:

    i love you cari cole you are the best coach via youtube <3

  4. Lisa Murphy says:

    Here’s a problem you’re not addressing. You’re pushing your chest voice
    (full voice/lower register) up to a rather high note there. You are a
    soprano and so this is no problem for you. Women with lower voices reach
    the break in their voice lower than you. To stretch my chest voice up that
    high, as you are doing, would be bad for me in a warm up. I would do it
    only after a warm up. You are not addressing the break in the voice, the
    chest voice/head voice change over and how one identifies that. 

  5. TLangeeful says:

    lol i want to give you a hug and say, “good job!”

  6. Jocelyn F.Yeung says:

    Start at 1:19 for daily warmups

  7. I can’t belt my voice when I do ”ee’s” =/ Can i have some tips please?

  8. Luis del Rosario says:

    I do this exercise…. and go full soprano mode XD 

  9. TLangeeful says:

    keep your mouth open wider and it should help, and with time it will be
    easier

  10. torisgorawr says:

    when i sing acapella, i can’t stay on key. is there ANY possible way i can
    fix this? it’s such an obstacle and i really feel the NEED to fix this. i
    want to be a professional singer and these videos are helping me SO much.
    but please let me know if there’s any way i can learn to stay on key. thank
    you!

  11. torisgorawr says:

    thank you so much, i’m definitely gonna try that! thanks c:

  12. Thankyou so much for your wonderful help! You really helped me find my
    voice, I didn’t think it was possible! You’re Great!!

  13. hi cari ! I wanted to ask you , after doing voice warm up every day before
    you sing, after how much time can you acctually hear yourself improve at
    singing ?!

  14. tigerlily12u4 says:

    Your video’s help me soooooo much! I’ve wanted to be a singer/actress all
    my life. I know only 1 in 1,000,000 become famous, but I really hope I can
    be that 1. Thank you so much! Your video’s are super great! :)

  15. phillip trang says:

    Does this improve your voice? Like make it better or just warm up before
    singing? Answer please

  16. nicole estupinan says:

    this works a lot i love this 

  17. Iggy Popović says:

    Cari, giving us Your lesson for free, it shows how AMAZING person You
    are!!! Thank You!

  18. Frank Albarran says:

    JUST WATCHING THE COMMERCIAL GIRL RISING, WERE WOMEN ARE SOLD TO MEN, AND I
    WAS JUST THINKING IT’S NEVER MEN SOLD TO WOMEN, AND IF IT WAS, MOST LIKELY
    THE MEN WOULD WOULD BE THANKFUL FOR THIS. 

  19. Tessie Garcia says:

    Ms Cari Cole, thank you sharing your knowledge. Peace and blessings to you.

  20. Denise Ahedo says:

    For those skipping to warm up it is important to see the whole video the
    first time. It’ll help!

  21. greenaddict123 says:

    like if you’re still laughing on the joke about mom.

  22. kilogramious says:

    I love Carie she’s beautiful !!

  23. Learning to sing from this video is like taking cooking lessons from the
    guys at your local McDonald’s. If you are satisfied with Chicken McNuggests
    that’s fine, but you should know there is food beyond the golden arches. 

  24. Edna Chiclana says:

    why would her voice sound forced from her throat instead of her diaphragm ?
    i am not a vocalist though so I don’t know is this right way or not,,need
    to learn more.

  25. Chriscringlethechristmaspringle says:

    A good drink for when your singing even though it dosnt taste that good use
    ruby lemon and honey emergen C and ginger tea and it really helps with
    vocal warm ups

  26. Chriscringlethechristmaspringle says:

    Oh and mix it together

  27. Wayne Traff says:

    Oh hai! Have you tried – Sofurns Amazing Vocal Training (search on google)?
    Ive heard some amazing things about it and my friend got very good results
    with it.

  28. Gabby Reid says:

    Courtney Love!! WOW!! Awesome, definitely need to work on these.

  29. Matheus Figueiredo says:

    Amazing tips! Gonna use it apart from my vocal coaching. Thanks a lot for
    taking time to make the videos. (:

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