Vocal Warmup & Health

Welcome to the Warm-ups section! This collection of lessons explores various warm ups which are essential to any singer's routine. We'll also give you helpful reminders and professional tips at maintaining your vocal health and preserving your voice. When you're stuck in a rut and not sure what how to start a regular practice routine, we recommend using these lessons to get you ready and more comfortable. These are great as standalone routines or you can use them at the beginning of your regular practice routine. A good warm-up is the key to avoiding any vocal strain and prepare you to sing your very best.


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Daily Head Voice Workout For Low Female Voices

By Camille van Niekerk

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.

Daily Chest Voice Workout For High Voices

By Camille van Niekerk

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.

Developing Each Vocal Register

By Camille van Niekerk

Whether you’re just starting out or want a quick refresher, this lesson series is a quick crash course in developing each vocal register. Just the basics - but they’re very important basics to master.

Daily Chest Voice Workout For Beginning Bass And Low Baritone

By Abram Poliakoff

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.

Common Frustrations For Beginning Singers

By Camille van Niekerk

In this Live Lesson we'll cover voice cracks, running out of breath, sounding nasal, and other common issues.

Easy Pentatonic Riffs

By Camille van Niekerk

Many riffs and runs are built using the pentatonic scale. Join Camille in this lesson series on easy pentatonic riffs. In each lesson, we’ll add on one note, until we’re singing 5-note riffs!

Seventh Chords: Intermediate To Advance

By Camille van Niekerk

If you’re into jazz, R&B or rock, you should learn how to recognize and sing 7th chords. While our basic chords, or triads, have 3 notes, a 7th chord has 4, adding the 7th scale degree. This lesson series is perfect for more intermediate to advanced singers, and we recommend completing my other chord tutorials first. If you’re comfortable singing major, minor, diminished and augmented chords, you’re ready for 7ths.

Vocal Health 101

By Camille van Niekerk

In this Live Lesson We'll cover: taking care of your voice; food, drink and medication; injury prevention; what to do when you're sick and much more!

Singing Myths EXPALINED

By Camille van Niekerk

We will discuss some common singing myths and debunk the incorrect ones! We'll cover: singing from your throat; singing from your diaphragm; placement; and much more.

Daily Chest Voice Workout For Beginning Tenors And High Baritone

By Abram Poliakoff

Chest voice is used for the pitches at the lower end of your range - although for male or lower voiced singers, chest register usually takes up more of your range over all. Join Abram for a daily workout to help create, and strengthen your chest voice!

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