Depending on the song and genre you sing, you may need to approach the register transition differently. Sometimes, you need a seamless sound without too much heaviness. This exercise will help you with achieving a more consistent sound throughout your range when you want a lighter sound.
Sometimes you need a gentle warm-up to get your voice started. I love doing these because it's great to focus on subtle nuances instead of just hammering away. Here are some exercises that help you wake up your vocal cords slowly and gently.
Not only singers struggle with neck tension and tight shoulders. Getting rid of any tension that hinders you from fully utilizing your body is the goal of today's video.
I will show you some exercises first to achieve better alignment and awareness of posture, then we do some exercises...
Hey folks, legato lines are essential if you want to sing well-connected and supported phrases with more control. Here comes a new installment of vocal exercises you can use for your daily warm-up routine.
Warming up your voice is important. But you should do it in a very intentional way, not just do random exercises that may not even suit your voice type or help you address any problems.
In this warm-up, we focus on getting rid of constrictions so you can sing with a free voice and an open sound.