A vocal cool down (sometimes called warming down) is as important as warming up!
Leading vocal coach Kim Chandler shows how you can avoid problems and reap the benefits from warming up your voice the right way.
I have worked with thousands of singers and have never yet heard a singer who didn’t sound better after they had warmed up - says Rachel Bennett.
The wide range of scales to warm up and practice to is impressive, and you can use it wherever you need to.
This month we asked our Facebook community to share their favourite gig-day warm up routines.
A new client told us the other day that when she did a YouTube warm-up, her voice was as tired as if she’d been doing a 2-hour gig. That’s not what a warm-up is about! -says Gillyanne Kayes and Jeremy Fisher.
This month we asked our Facebook community about their pre-show rituals, superstitions and warm ups. What's your superstitious pre-performance ritual?
Portable warm up techniques for vocalists.
Singing takes you higher, louder, lower and asks for you to stay in those ranges in a way that speech does not –says Jeannette LoVetri
A loss of vocal range and vocal fatigue can have many causes. Here are 5 frequent suspects – says Leontine Hass.