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? You need the best vocal warm-ups to make sure youre singing organs stay in good shape. Your voice can get strained if you're not careful. There are so many different things you can do to make sure you keep yourself in good shape. So warming up is crucial to staying ready. There are other things such as using great technique and learning, but remember, there are techniques you can practice during warmups. There are just a number of ways to stay tuned to yourself as a singer. The first task a singer has to do before singing whether it is for practice or performance are the best vocal warm-ups. In fact, it would be a good idea to think of vocal warmup exercises as part of your training because they strengthen your vocals and your vocal cords. Exercises for warmup will stretch out your muscles enabling them to contend with the pressure and strain of using your vocals to sing. A lower key should be used when you start your warm-ups. Remember that in the morning the voice is more vulnerable because it hasn't been used for hours. High notes place extra strain on the voice. You would start low and then gradually reach higher notes. While you are singing these warmup notes the diaphragm and the muscles around it will also gradually warm up. Make sure that when you are warming up your voice you use scales that are short and have minor intervals. Doing this ensures the vocal chords are not strained and stretched too much. Once you have worked through scales that are short you can begin with full scales and also intervals that are larger. This is the stage when your vocal cords are fully stretched and warm. This is the safest and best vocal warmups.
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