Vocal Sirens – Best Warm Up Exercise for Singing | How to Sing High Notes Better

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Vocal Sirens are some of the best and most popular vocal warm ups and exercises used by many professional singers. They are popular because they connect you to your technique, stretch your vocal cords up to the top of your range and down and connect you to your breath energy. Vocal sirens are a great exercise to build your high voice, connect the vocal break and connect down to your low notes. Try them for yourself!

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20 thoughts on “Vocal Sirens – Best Warm Up Exercise for Singing | How to Sing High Notes Better

  1. HI Valerie! It’s been a long time since I got to have a lesson from you–but I still practice everything you taught me! (This may be my most used warmup lol…it makes my dog sing too 🙂

  2. Not yet, its taken a bit to get settled here..(moved ) working on gettting a new vocal amp and found some musicians who are interested in doing some gigs, ill keep you posted! And was thinking I might need to try some skyping lessons with you! 🙂

  3. I didn’t know you moved! Did you move back east? Yes, do keep me posted and yes, we can do Skype lessons again. That would be fun!

  4. Hey! I’ve been using this technique a lot lately. I mean a lot. Low and high. Soft and louder. It’s the only way I can do that monstrous swell in the upper register. That feels REALLY good on my voice and makes my connection from chest to head much smoother.

  5. My favourite way to do these is on an “ng” sound, like the end of the word “sing”, I find it opens the voice even more 🙂

  6. whenever I try to do this it never sounds like what it’s supposed to, I’ve been practicing all week for choir class. I tried doing it in class last week but I had just finally gotten over a cold, so when I couldn’t do it we blamed it on my health, but I just can’t figure out how to do it.

  7. Thank you for your video. My vocal teacher is trying to add that to my warm ups. I have no problem going up but going down, that’s when my voices get mushy and ew.

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