There are people who are born with the talent to sing, there are those who struggle to sing but still, vocal exercises are needed in order to be a good singer. These exercises are needed to develop the singing voice and in order to carry a good tune. But what are these exercises? And are they easy enough to do?
The answer to both these questions is yes; these vocal training exercises are easy to follow and are very effective in terms of helping a person sing very well. Included in this kind of exercise are respiratory exercises, pronunciation and voice exercises. It can range from easy to difficult. These exercises will help you have a smooth and powerful voice, extend your vocal range and also help you sustain your voice.
Warm up exercises like singing in middle range voice, then decrease to low range and finally to a high range. Spend as much time as possible, at least 10 minutes on each range and do not overdo it. Stressing and pronouncing your vowels correctly can do the trick. Sing a song from ‘do’ up to ‘so’ in order to practice the flexibility of your voice. If you have pitch problems, practicing from do-re-mi can remedy this problem.
Breathing as we all know can help a lot in our singing. In singing, breathing from the diaphragm can increase and extend vocal power. It also helps in the quality of the voice. You can hit the right notes by breathing from the diaphragm. After singing, it is good to have a cool down exercise like lip rolling. This can help in avoiding strain to your voice.
Continue doing these vocal exercises. In time you will be able to sing well and impress more people. Singing can be learned and developed. Given the right vocal exercises and the right attitude, surely a good singing voice can be achieved. Practice as they say makes perfect, so just keep on practicing to keep on developing your voice.