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Warming up the voice prior to singing, is equally important to stretching and warming up your muscles before any other physical activity that requires stamina, control and co-ordination of various muscle groups.
Your warm-up session should usually last anywhere between 5 and 10 minutes and sometimes longer if you’re preparing to go on stage or sing for a more lengthy period of time.
The vocal exercises that I’ve included in this lesson are varied and it’s not necessary to do all of them every time you sing 😉
This Lesson is from The Singing Solutions Program, written and produced by Rae Henry.
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Here we go…
Lesson 3 Content (Link to audio exercises below):
3.0 – Introduction
3.1 – Warm-Ups & Cool Downs (How To)
3.2 – Preparing To Sing
3.3 – WU Exercise #1 – Sirening
3.4 – WU Exercise #2 – Humming
3.5 – WU Exercise #3 – The Sigh
3.6 – WU Exercise #4 – Mah
3.7 – WU Exercise #5 – Ghee
3.8 – WU Exercise #6 – Counting
3.9 – Cool Downs (Introduction)
3.10 – CD Exercise #1 – 5 Note Scale
3.11 – CD Exercise #2 – Lip Roll
3.12 – CD Exercise #3 – Sirening
3.13 – Conclusion
Download the accompanying exercises for HIGH VOICE here: https://soundcloud.com/rae-henry/sets/the-singing-solutions-program-lesson-3-vocal-warm-ups-cool-downs
Download the accompanying exercises for LOW VOICE here: https://soundcloud.com/rae-henry/sets/the-singing-solutions-program-lesson-3-vocal-warm-ups-cool-downs-low-voice
Download the sheet music to Lesson 3 here: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B_pSLrMPMMIkRFlOcUtYcDktbDQ&usp=sharing