Vocal Warm Up for Singing (Quick & Effective) 5min, 10min, 15min | David Daddario | Skillshare

Vocal Warm Up for Singing (Quick & Effective) 5min, 10min, 15min

David Daddario, Vocal Coach & Singer

Vocal Warm Up for Singing (Quick & Effective) 5min, 10min, 15min

David Daddario, Vocal Coach & Singer

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10 Lessons (1h 9m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:31
    • 2. How to Use The Class

      0:48
    • 3. How to Do The Exercises

      4:28
    • 4. Warm-up 5min male

      5:12
    • 5. Warm-up 5min female

      5:12
    • 6. Warm-up 10 Min Male

      9:57
    • 7. Warm-up 10 Min Female

      9:57
    • 8. Warm-up 15 Min Male

      15:25
    • 9. Warm up 15 Min Female

      15:25
    • 10. Final Words

      0:56
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If you want to be at your best when singing and also not damaging your voice; you need to warm up your voice first, just like using any other muscle in your body. So the importance of doing vocal warm-ups before singing is quite obvious.

But there's a catch to it. Not every voice is the same.

For example, you might've been doing a vocal warm-up that other people liked it and it worked for them but it didn't work for you as it should be. And the reason is simple; you have a unique voice and unique problems in your voice.

So it's really hard to find vocal warm-ups that work for all kinds of singers with different sets of skills. One is a beginner and one is an advanced singer. One has specific vocal problems that the other one does not have at all.

So, I've tried my best to create a set of exercises that not only works quickly and effectively but also works for the majority of singers with different sets of skills and with different problems in their voices.

So use these vocal warm-ups before your singing and you will definitely experience more freedom, control, and confidence when you start to sing.

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David Daddario

Vocal Coach & Singer

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Hi there, my name is David. I've been a singer and teacher for around a decade now.

Although I can say there has been nothing more enjoyable to me than singing, I didn't have an easy journey towards mastering it.

Although for some people it can be so natural to sing, for others it might be so unnatural and frustrating.

I was in the "others" category.

Fortunately, I love to be challenged.

And that's why I'm a full-time vocal coach and teacher.

Now my challenge and the end goal is to make your journey easier and more enjoyable.

I believe singing is a skill, and no matter what, you can develop it.

I feel so grateful for developing my singing ability.

It gave me the best experiences of my life.

And I wish the same... See full profile

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1. Introduction: Hi, if you want to be at your best when senior and also not damaging your voice, you need to warm up your voice first, just like using any other muscle in your body. So the importance of doing vocal warm-ups before singing is quite obvious, but there's a catch to it. Not every voice is the same. For example, you might have been doing your glucagon warm up, that audio. People liked it and it worked for them. But it didn't work for you as it should be. And the reason is simple. You have a unique voice. Problems in your voice. So it's really hard to find book on warm ups that Ward for all kinds of singers with different sets of skills. Won is that beginner and one is an advanced singer, one has a specific vocal problems at the other, one does not have at all. So I've tried my best to create a set of exercises that not only walks quickly and effectively, but also works for the majority of seniors with different sets of skills and with different problems in their voices, still use these book on foremost before are singing and you will have difficulty experienced more freedom and control and confidence when you store ST. And 2. How to Use The Class: Before doing the exercises, watch next lecture to understand how we should do them. Then by considering how much time you have to warm up your voice, choose the 510 or 15 minutes warmup. I record my own voice on the exercises so that you can practice with it for some time to get more comfortable with doing the exercises after data can simply practice with DMPTool files and they do not have any voice demo. And both the MP3 files and the demo files have two different versions for male and female voices. So you're not going to have any ranges you while I'm doing the exercises. 3. How to Do The Exercises: The first exercise is mom on the five tone scale. He might have done the mom exercise before, but here is a little bit different. You should seek each note separately. They should not be connected to shutter. Also, each note should have the same volume. I'm fresher. Mm, mm, mm, mm, mm, mm, mm. The next exercise is liberal, which I think many of you are familiar with. If you have any problem with doing this exercise, I chord it fully in this quest and I highly recommend you to watch it if you haven't already. The next exercise is as simple as staccato with the vowel. Should try to sing it as small as possible. Nodes like this. Then next one is buh buh buh buh buh buh buh buh buh. Try your best to put as much pressure on the b sound as possible. Book. Book. Notice that I do not put pressure on the whole sound. Boo, boo, boo, boo, boo, but just on the beat. Boo, boo, boo, boo. The next exercises like this. One thing I want you to remember is to try not to push this sound from your mouth or your throat. It will really become hard or painful if you do it, try to seem deed more from your gut. I know it is a little bit abstract till you to seeing from your gut throw, you do not have any voice or mouth here. Voice sometimes. What I mean is that if you feel any energy or pushing, it should not be in your throat or your mouth. Each should be in your body. And the last exercise, these Yik, Yak. It is only in that San 15-minute warm ofs it is none into five-minute and 11 thing I want you to pay attention to is that if your voice guts higher during the exercises, stub of risks for some time, have your own pace. You do not have to rush it because you want to warm up your voice to be able to seem better. And NAD making Sawyer to make the singing even harder than excluding, you really need to pay attention to is your volume. These exercises, just your warm up. You should not seem them like this. Or you really don't need that. And the last thing I want you to know is that if some pore of an exercise is too high for you, you do not have to push your voice to sing those parts. Either don't seem them, or if you can seem them with a lighter and easier voice. 4. Warm-up 5min male: Starting with the mom. Liberals. Go staccato. Okay. Exercise. Exercise. 5. Warm-up 5min female: Starting with the mom, liberals, staccato, exercise. Hi, exercise. 6. Warm-up 10 Min Male: Starting with the mom. Love, love, love, love. Yeah. Yeah. A lot of liberals. Okay. Staccato, exercise. Yeah. Okay. Paul exercise? Yeah, I exercise. Yeah. 7. Warm-up 10 Min Female: Starting with the moms? Yeah. Yeah. Liberals. Staccato, exercise. Exercise. Exercise. 8. Warm-up 15 Min Male: Starting with the mom. Love is love. Mm-hm. Liberal. Oh. No. And the memory? I don't know. Yeah. Exercise. This is. Exercise? Yeah, I exercise. Yeah. Liberal staccato exercise. 9. Warm up 15 Min Female: Starting with demand. Okay? Liberal. Exercise. Hi, exercise. Yeah, I exercise. Liberal staccato. Exercise. 10. Final Words: One thing I should mention is that if you are struggling with these exercises any other, you definitely have issues with your technique. And for that, I strongly recommend you to watch this class of mine. If you haven't watched it already, it will definitely help you. Also, if you have any questions or feedback, please let me know. I will love to help you. And if you liked this class, please leave a review I really appreciated outside of skill, Sherry care, follow me on Instagram and YouTube. Spinner, real pleasure. I wish you all the best. Keep practising and keep singing. See you next time.