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What are good singing exercises that will help in the future?

I would like to know just some easy exercises that can help better my voice for the future. #career #music #singer #singing #music-production #music-industry

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imani’s Answer

Learning to sing in your mixed voice (middle) are great exercises for your voice. Mixed voice exercises creates one voice from lower to higher levels without straining your vocal cords.
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Galite’s Answer

Lip/tongue trills and sirens/pitch glides are always great to have in your back pocket in the event that you don't have time to properly warm up. That being said, the warmups above are ideal!
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Jarett’s Answer

Hi Andre! The first thing to do in any case is to warm up your body. This is the most important step. Run in place. Do jumping jacks. Anything that can warm up and loosen, but not harm the body is great.

Next try a few breathing exercises as the main issue is breath support. Try doing a few "hiss" sounds and do them as long as you can. Once you've identified how long you can do them, try to extend the time after 1-2 weeks.

Lastly, scales is always a good place to go. It helps you to find your breaking points. Once identified, you can hone in on them and smooth them out!

For exercises, do Aaah's, Ohhh's, Oooooh's, EE's, Uuuh's. Also, nay nay nay's will help connect the different registers of your voice. Hope this helps!
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Tracy’s Answer

A couple of fundamentals will serve you well if you are dedicated to daily practice. Find a belt(chain type preferred). Expand your ribs by taking a deep, but gentle breath. Fasten the between your waist and chest at the widest expanse of your ribs. Practice keeping the belt from falling by engaging these muscles.
3 breath exercises: Inhale gently for as long as you can 3x in a row with no tension in your neck or body.

Repeat same exhaling.

Repeat same inhaling and holding your breath.

Resonance is important so practice a 5 note scale up and down on an “N”” hum.

These are helpful exercises if you’re casually looking to improve your vocal apparatus.
If you’re wanting to be a singer you should find a vocal coach YOU LIJE. And whom you think sings well
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Jose’s Answer

My advice is to warm up in the lower voice and open up the wind pipe. Starting there will create a foundation to build on when you move up to the higher voices. You should experience a full and smooth sound. This exercise will also help eliminate the air pockets. When your bass is warmed up it's like creating a support for all the singing done above it. Then sing going back and forth from bass up through the highest voice in your range. As you are doing that begin to blend the voices together instead of doing the voices in distinct parts. Try especially to blend together the bass right into your highest voice.
Let out soft breathes from your mouth to avoid harsh sounding notes.
As you are singing and holding a note modulate your voice to go low then high, use trills, play with your voice.
Take chances even if it means making mistakes. This is how you go to higher levels by breaking through what one thought they couldn't do.
I don't compare myself to anybody. I work within myself to the best of my ability. Singing is not a rat race for me. This is all to say be confident about singing as hopefully it's an extension of the beauty inside of you that you share to make the world a better place. Good luck in your endeavors.
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