For those who really wish to work on your voice, it is essential for you to get a good vocal instructor who can guide you and teach you how to strengthen your voice in a safe manner while reducing your dependency on various bad singing habits or singing problems.
Before we begin with these vocal exercises, it is very important for us to warm up our voices with some simple vocal warmups, so that our vocal cords are well stretched and our voices are ready to take on the challenging singing exercises that lay ahead.
You may also wish to check out some of the Personal Singing Book Recommendations that I have made in my website. These are books on singing that in my experience are extremely useful to vocal training as well as singing education.
Now, there are various voice training exercises that I will introduce to you in this section, and they will touch on the following aspects of your voice when singing:
1) Singing Power
3) Vocal Flexibility and Accuracy
4) How to Develop Your Vibrato
5) Sustaining Your Voice When Singing
6) Developing a Smooth Voice
Click on the links for each of the topics above to find out more about these basic aspects of vocal training, and how they can help you develop a great singing voice!
For those who know of other useful Vocal Exercises that have worked wonders for you, do send it in using the form below, and help to guide the many budding singers all around the world who are in need of great singing advice!
Your contributions will be formatted into a web page on my website, and you can also link this webpage back to your own website to allow others to share in your singing knowledge as well!
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Help Guide other Singers with Your Most Useful Vocal Exercises!
There are many Vocal Exercises online that claim to be effective and useful.
But, we all know that NOT ALL of them are really as good as they claim to be! The results could be disastrous if amateur singers were to practice exercises that damage their voices.
You can help prevent this from happening, by providing us with the Vocal Exercises that truly WORKED for you!
Help prevent vocal damage by teaching others the right way to train their voices now!
Vocal Exercises That Worked For Others!
Click below to see the useful vocal exercises that have been tried and tested by other singers!
Bouncing Do Re Mi
'The Number Scale'
1; 1,2,1; 1, 2, 3, 2, 1; 1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 2, 1; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1; etc up until u get to eight (I guess you …
The 'Do Re Me Fa So La Ti Do' Drill
Ok so basically it goes like this -
Do Do Re Do Do Re Mi Re Do Do Re Mi Fa Mi Re Do Do Re Mi …
This is to Exercise Your Diaphragm
Developing Reading and Pitching Skills based on Solfege
The singer should begin in a comfortable lower register and divide each syllable …
Ma, Ma, Ma!
1, 1, 1... 3! 2! 1.
1-3-5-3 Not rated yet
Developing Good Breathing Habits (two exercises actually) Not rated yet
Sing ″Mama made me mash my m&m″For Vocal Exercise Not rated yet
HOW TO DEVELOP THE VOICE Not rated yet
Don't hold back! Not rated yet
Speaking the notes Not rated yet
High fly, Low-bye Not rated yet
Example for high fly: Seven little mice ate …
Lying down improving tip!!!!!!!:))))) Not rated yet
Aaron's comment: Lying on your back does help to reduce …
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Make it Difficult: This helps with singing …
For all of these vocal exercises provided by me on my website, as well as by all your readers out there, do make sure that you breathe well for singing and support your voice well with your breath, producing a well-balanced voice with a good mix of breath and sound! Do practise some simple breathing exercises if you need to strengthen your breath support for singing.
The various voice training exercises will only be effective if we are able to use a balanced voice during our training sessions, as an overly airy voice would mean that we are not engaging the vocal cords and their muscles properly, whereas an overly tight and strained voice would mean that we are using too much force and friction when we are singing!
Do also take note that our jaw, throat and chin should all be suitably relaxed during our voice training practices, as any strain in these parts would lead us to develop unhealthy singing habits!
There will be many music resources as well as vocal sound clips uploaded on this website to guide you in your vocal training at home. These are meant only to be a guide and are not meant to replace proper vocal training by a trained vocal coach, which will certainly be preferable.
An IMPORTANT note for ALL to adhere to strictly: If you should find that your voice or throat starts to hurt during your vocal training sessions, STOP your vocal exercises and REST your voice immediately! This will help you to avoid any vocal damage that might occur during your self-practice.
Do also take good care of your voice by taking note of various good and bad singing foods as well as voice care tips, as these will help you to take care of your voice before, during and after your vocal training.
There are also many pitching exercises for singing available on this website for you to practise with, so that you would be able to master various song repertoire and difficult pitches with ease!
Vocal Exercises, if done properly and safely, would be able to achieve the desired effect and help you to develop a healthy and great singing voice!