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Vocal Warm Up Exercises

Breathing Exercises

As a singer, breathing correctly is imperative. First, take a long deep breath to loosen up the diaphragm. In order to breathe correctly while singing, you need to make use of the lower part of the lungs as well as the diaphragm. An easy and effective exercise to attain this is deep breathing. Breathe in deeply, your rib cage and back should expand and count to 5 before breathing out. Force out every single air in your lungs by breathing out for 4 counts. Deep inhalation and exhalation is imperative to make your singing voice sound pleasant.

Vocal Strength Exercises

This is another good vocal warm up exercise. First, hum to make the vocal chords relax. Gently press in your cheeks with your hands; press in your checks until the inside touches your teeth. After that, press your lips together and begin to hum the sound ‘brrr’. Try to make the sound your produce even for 2 minutes. As you do this, you are going to feel vibration on your lips, however there will be no vibration on your throat and mouth as they will be relaxed.

Lip-Roll Exercise

This exercise helps to relax the larynx and ease vocal tension. This doesn’t only make you sound clear when singing; it as well helps you sing easy. To do this, you just expel air from your lungs past your lips. Your lips must be relaxed. Your lips will be pulsating and slapping together as you send air out and hum, and thus producing a dopey BRBRBRBRB type sound.