A series of short vocal warm-ups and workouts for singers who want to exercise their voice. These can be your daily drills or you may want to dip in and out when your voice needs a bit of a workout. As well as the vocal warm-ups, there will also be specific exercises such as articulation, dynamics, vocal placement, breath control, connecting breath with sound etc. I always recommend that you have at least a few lessons with a singing teacher to ensure your technique is sound. A qualified singing teacher will give you advice on which exercises are best for your voice.
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As a baritone-range indie singer, the warmups here were perfectly suited to my range, helping me to flex it without ever straining too hard
I am so grateful to have found this podcast! Thank you, Mr. Valker! I had sung a great deal up through my early 30s - madrigal groups, choruses, church, professional solos occasionally, class voice, voice lessons, musical solos for performances or leading church services early on (not always perfectly, but always enthusiastically). But life happened, and I stopped singing, as I focused on other pursuits (mostly dancing, choreographing, teaching, and digital design). I lost my singing voice some... more
I use these warm ups pretty much every day. Thank you for putting together such great short, well explained warm up.
What Mr. Valks offers here is exactly what I was looking for: “real”, yet approachable, vocal exercises that I can do in the car and improve my singing voice (strength, accuracy, stamina, range, etc). Very helpful stuff!
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