Lari shares advice for building an effective warm-up routine that suits your specific needs. She provides tips on making a routine effective, and goes into what best helps your specific voice warm up to where it feels the most comfortable.
- Great work on warm ups!…You've got a nice pool of warm ups to choose from now.…You can string those together to give yourselves a nice…working warm up process.…Choose which ones you feel like you especially enjoy…or that you could especially use the extra practice…on intervals or articulating scales.…Use them as a warm up, use them also…as a little bit of ear training,…little bit of articulating practice.…
These should only be used primarily as warm up though.…You don't want to jump into, in your warm up process,…you don't want to jump into practicing technique issues.…You want to just give yourself a chance…to warm up the mechanism,…focus everything on the activity of singing.…While you're in this course, it's a good idea…to make notes on your notes.…As you're warming up, make note of how this register feels,…this modal register which is what we're…mostly working in right now.…
This chest voice.…And how you recognize,…how you become familiar with going from your chest voice,…this modal speaking voice,…into the little higher register of your head voice.…
Note: This course was recorded and produced by ArtistWorks. We're pleased to host this training in our library.
- Understanding scales, chords, and intervals
- Range and register
- Ear training
- Warming up your voice and body
- Building a warm-up routine
- Using yoga for the practice and performance of singing
- Shaping your vocal sound