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Name some simple vocal exercises.

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I would like to know this too
Um, for what style of singing?
Here is a nice set of exercises for warming up your voice :) [] This video is also helpful :) [] I hope this helped! And good luck :)

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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.
1) Humming 2) Gargle water with your voice 3) Use your voice to match piano key sounds
tongue twisters, such as: unique new york, new yorks' unique, you know you need unique new york.
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)
lip trills are amazing, i do them before every competition
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
lip drills are by far the best exercise for any sort of music in my opinion.
O.o I had a hard time just READING that Brook..o_o

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