Welcome to the warm up section of 30 Day Singer. A vocal warm up is important because it prepares your body and voice for singing. You never want to jump into a song or practice without properly warming up.
There are a number of vocal warmups to perform like lip rolls or trills. This is a great beginner exercise because it's gentle and your body stays relaxed while also providing helpful back pressure for the vocal folds. Other vocal warm up exercises include the 'NG slide', or an unfinished sound, which helps balance head and chest resonance, as well as exercises that develop speed, style, strength, and tone.
Do you have a performance coming up? Maybe an audition? Before it’s performance time, you’ll want to make sure that you warm up your voice. But what kinds of warm-ups should you use? Keep watching for Camille's tutorial on performance warm-ups!
Are you looking for a quick, comprehensive warm-up? If so, check out our daily warm-up tutorial! With just 8 exercises, you can use this tutorial as your go-to warm-up routine to keep your voice in shape.
We talk a lot about good vocal techniques. But what would be considered bad techniques? And how do we avoid them? Watch this tutorial to learn about the three most common bad techniques, and how to avoid them in your singing.
Do you ever feel pain or discomfort when you sing? If so, please check out my tutorial on removing vocal strain! You’ll learn some tools and exercises to rid yourself of excess tension so that you can feel and sound your best.
Are you new to voice lessons? Are you looking for a daily practice routine that you can commit to? Watch my tutorial on developing a daily routine that you can adapt, depending on your goals for that day and the amount of time you have to spend. See you there!
Are you looking to step up your daily practice routine? If you’re an intermediate or advanced singer, check out my tutorial creating a practice plan you can commit to each day. It will give you the tools and exercises you’ll need to design a practice session around your goals and time frame.
Welcome to Daily Practice Routine for Beginners! Like any skill, we grow the most when we make our goals our habits. Regular practice makes perfect. There are no prerequisites for this course, so we're starting with the basics. We'll be taking an in-depth look at sustainable, controlled singing, how to control habits and how to make an efficient practice routine. We'll cover the body as an instrument, breathing, and warming up. Let's get started!
If you struggle with pitch accuracy, this is for you! Singers of any experience level are welcome. Join me in learning a practice routine for better intonation.
Calling all tenors, baritones and basses: we’ve got your daily vocal exercise routine right here! Minimal explanation and lots of singing. See you there!
Today we’re talking about the registers of the voice, and we’ll try a few exercises to strengthen our voice within these registers. Many beginning singers have at least heard the terms “chest voice” and “head voice”. But if those terms are new to you, fear not! When we talk about registers, we’re referring to a section of the voice (or a collection of pitches) in which sound is produced a certain way and results in a specific tone quality. Continue to learn more about vocal registers!
Sopranos and mezzos: we’ve got your daily practice routine in this new tutorial. You can look forward to a warmup that gradually extends out from your comfortable mid-range and is catered to the higher tessitura of your voice. I’ll see you there!
Altos: we’ve got your daily practice routine in this new tutorial. You can look forward to a warmup that gradually extends out from your comfortable mid-range and is catered to the lower tessitura of your voice. I’ll see you there!
Do you have a performance coming up? Maybe an audition? Before it’s performance time, you’ll want to make sure that you warm up your voice. But what kinds of warm-ups should you use? Keep watching for my tutorial on performance warm-ups!
Are you looking for just the basics? No fancy, complicated stuff - just good, solid technique to keep your voice in shape? Singers at any level can benefit from our tutorial on elements that should be part of your daily practice routine. Check it out!
Do you consider yourself an advanced singer? Don’t let the title of professional throw you: this warm-up routine is for singers who have training, experience, and a solid handle on their technique, whether or not singing is their job. You can expect a warmup that moves quickly and covers a wide range, gradually progressing from easier to more challenging exercises.
We all get sick, and some of us push ourselves a little too hard. Oftentimes, it can take a long time to recover, and we don't know the healthiest way to dive back in. In this tutorial, Camille will help you identify some common vocal issues, gently rebuild your vocals, and how to prevent future injury. Get ready to make your big comeback!
Head voice is not just for high notes: it’s also for flexibility when you have big jumps, the ability to sing at different volumes and agility for fast passages. Join Camille for head voice workout dedicated to beginning sopranos and high mezzos.
Head voice is not just for high notes: it’s also for flexibility when you have big jumps, the ability to sing at different volumes and agility for fast passages. Join Camille for head voice workout dedicated to beginning altos and low mezzos. You don't have to be a woman to join in on this tutorial, this is simply the range most women fall in.
When you’re not used to singing in chest voice, it can feel rather forced. Although it may feel clunky now, your chest voice will eventually help to strengthen the registers above it. Join Camille as she helps you find, develop, and strengthen your chest voice with this daily workout.
What is chest voice? How can you keep it from feeling forced, or strained? Join Abram for the answers to these questions, as he helps you find and strengthen your chest voice.
Even if you don’t foresee yourself using a lot of head voice in the songs you sing, it’s crucial that you spend some time in head voice when you warm up. Head voice not just for high notes: it’s also for flexibility! Join Abram for this daily voice workout.