Jumping into a song without warming up can be detrimental to your voice. And nobody wants to hear a lot of cracking and straining. Here are some exercises that will, in time, get you singing like an angel.
This feels a lot like blowing bubbles with your lips. To do it, just vibrate them. This will help with breath control and endurance. Brass instrument players, similarly, practice this drill all the time. After you get used to the funny, ticklish feeling, try adding some pitches. A high pitch, medium pitch, then a low pitch. Then repeat.
This is a good way to find your full vocal range and practice transitioning through all the notes in it. Imagine a fire truck siren. Sing your lowest note then slowly ascend to your highest note. You can also practice this in reverse, by starting out with your highest note and finishing with your lowest.
Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Ti, Do! This is an elementary way of learning pitch, and really effective. Begin on Middle C. Try it first with piano accompaniment. Then try to sing it on your own. You can also practice matching pitch with a group of friends.
This will help you develop your higher notes without pushing your voice too much. Vibrate your tongue along the back of your teeth, while singing pitches. It may, at first, feel even more weird than lip trills. But it will do you a lot of good in the long run.
An average day in the life of a singer is trilling – as it is thrilling.
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Michelle Nguyen is a writer whose passions include music, sports, health, and wellness. She loves playing drums and bass guitar, as well as swimming. If she indirectly helps you write the next “Stairway to Heaven,” she will be very happy.