Warming up your voice for singing is a common activity during voice lessons. But how can you warm up at home? Wouldn't it be nice to have a singing teacher to help you warm up, expand your range, and discover your true tone?
This voice warm up is designed for kids voices specifically, but we also have made warm ups for adult voices as well. To find them go to our blog and just scroll until you find it.
Make sure to breathe deeply from your belly (diaphragm) as you breathe for singing. This will really help you sing properly and get the best tone possible. Happy singing!
Here is a vocal warm-up designed for singers with an estrogen driven vocal range. This quick singing lesson will help you warm up your voice, feel out your range, perfect your airflow and if you do it over time it will help you to become a better singer!
Try it and let us know what you think.
This warm up was done by vocal coach and singing lessons instructor, Douglas Peters. To schedule a singing workshop with him, click here to book a lesson.
A vocal warm up does so much more for the singing voice than just prepares the voice for singing songs. It can be a major help for singers to learn about their range, refine their tone, master breathing, practice pitch accuracy and more.
This warm up lesson for testosterone based voices is with our instructor, Douglas Peters. He will demonstrate the singing exercises that are strategically selected and arranged to optimize your voice for a gig, practice session, or even singing in the shower. After his demo he will lead you through the exercises on the piano.
The range of this Warm Up is designed for Baritone & Tenor voices. Because these are the most common testosterone fueled voice types, this should work for most lower voices.
For voice or piano lessons with Doug, feel free to get in contact with us and we'd be happy to get one scheduled.