Singing Lessons: Vocal Warm Up Exercises – Part 1 of 2

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15 thoughts on “Singing Lessons: Vocal Warm Up Exercises – Part 1 of 2

  1. Sharon Stokes says:

    We recommend doing this every day if possible and take notice of your voice
    placement. Also doing them in front of a mirror you can see if your head
    and body is in a straight alinement.

  2. Katherine P says:

    i can’t do the “rrrrrrr” thing lol

  3. John Craft says:

    Thank you! Also checkout 99SingingLessons website for some great singing

  4. andrea gonzalez says:

    i really enjoyed this session but it would be great if you would do the
    warm ups with us more often it helps so that we know what were suppose to
    sound like in the higher ranges thanks………. 

  5. Sharon Stokes (Entertainment88) says:

    Hi there
    Thank you for your comments… A lot of people cannot do the lip bubbles so
    just hum or try the trills with your tongue. Also I think doing this type
    of warm up everyday is really helpful as it is all about muscle memory! We
    are located in Melbourne Australia but I do Skype lessons as well :>
    Andrea, I will post a new video soon and do the warm ups right into the
    higher ranges so you all can sing a long to that with me.

  6. rawstarmusic says:

    It’s good exercise but shouldn’t you start with hiss-sss sound to get the
    breathing going? Then do the rest. Wondering shouldn’t go downwards be part
    of warm-up. You don’t want to just be able to go upwards but also have good
    solid low notes or you must place songs in high keys cause there are low
    notes in the song that you can’t reach.

  7. I do this everday!!! It helps alot!!

  8. Jacob Randolph says:

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