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Name some simple vocal exercises.

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  1. HawkCrimson
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    I would like to know this too

    • one year ago
  2. MetalHead
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    Um, for what style of singing?

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  3. jollysailorbold
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    Here is a nice set of exercises for warming up your voice :) [http://www.wikihow.com/Exercise-Your-Voice] This video is also helpful :) [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TdEPYmjmkc] I hope this helped! And good luck :)

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  4. congressgirl1998
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    Do re mi fa so la di do, make the pitch high each time. Then when you've gotten to your highest scale, drop each time till you get to the lowest you can do.

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  5. Dean.Shyy
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    1) Humming 2) Gargle water with your voice 3) Use your voice to match piano key sounds

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  6. brookie5150
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    tongue twisters, such as: unique new york, new yorks' unique, you know you need unique new york.

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    Harmonizing with an instrument or another vocalist; Practice singing scales along with a certain scale pitch(Sing do re mi.. but in the key of C is the easiest for me)

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    lip trills are amazing, i do them before every competition

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    1. Animal Noises – “ma-may-me-mow-moo” 2. Tongue Twisters – including “Peter Piper” 3. Laughing – “ha-ha-has” belly laugh or 1. Opening Up 2. Support and Relaxation 3. The Lip Roll 4. Bridges; Increasing Usable Range 5. Sustains

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  10. abbiebosworth
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    lip drills are by far the best exercise for any sort of music in my opinion.

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  11. blue_cheetah
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    O.o I had a hard time just READING that Brook..o_o

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