Beginner Singing Lessons – Baritone Range Vowel Practice

Beginner Singing Vowel Practice
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These are some of my favorite comparative exercises for vowel alignment and focus. Working through these singing exercises allows you to hear the differences between your vowel sounds and work towards getting their resonances to all match.

While this is labeled a beginner singing exercise, it is really a good practice for all of us, whatever our experience level. For more experienced vocalists, this may make a rather relaxing chill warm up to the day of singing.

If you have questions please get in touch. Leave a comment with how this is working with your voice. Find this and many other exercises in the ‘Beginner’s Playlist.’

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3 thoughts on “Beginner Singing Lessons – Baritone Range Vowel Practice”

  1. voltaire balagtas

    hi! I’m a bit confused they labelled me as a baritone but I can go G2 to
    C#5 with full voice no fry or falsetto. does it mean I’m a tenor? and also
    how do I get more control?

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