Singing Lessons: Part 1- Vocal Warm Up Exercises

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This four part Singing Lesson video series is a gift from me to all the other singers out there who are interested in how to warm up your voice. You should do a warm up like this before every voice lesson with your voice teacher if you want to achieve maximum notes and hit high notes with straining..

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41 thoughts on “Singing Lessons: Part 1- Vocal Warm Up Exercises

  1. Hi ; than you for your help , i am trying to sing better could you please
    give us some exercices to make a stronger voice

  2. Sir Eric, on behalf of the BETHEL CATHEDRAL OF PRAISE (BCP) youth choir, I
    would like to thank you so much for doing this.. Your Warm up really works
    and we are doing it every single day… It really helped us.. thank you so
    much.. may GOD bless you more and always…

  3. Watched this three years ago. stopped singing three years later. here
    again. great vid!. you always hear your improvements with these exercises
    awesomeeeeeeeee

  4. while watching this clip, I remember all the things, the skills, techniques
    everything i learned in my workshop when was in highschool. Thanks Mr. Eric
    😀

  5. Hi Eric..same question..I am taking singing lessons..I am starting with the
    warm up..which one shud I excercise before going? thank you..

  6. I started doing Eric’s simple vocal warm ups about 3 years ago. At that
    point I had no control of my voice and could barely do the warm ups
    properly. I now front a street punk rock N roll band that’s doing pretty
    well. I smoke like a fire and drink like a fish but so long as I
    consistently do the warm up’s pre show/jam I seem to be able to nail notes
    and keep a good tone. Thank you sir, you are a fcking boss!

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