Good posture has a massive effect on your singing technique. The idea is to have the right posture before doing anything else.
Without air, our voices will not work. This is why breathing and breath control is so incredibly important.
The ideal position of the larynx is that of a low one. This can be done by keeping the throat open.
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This exercise will help you to control your breath, maximising the intake of oxygen. It will also help create the muscle memory necessary for a healthy singing technique.
A basic breathing exercise that will help you to control how much breath you take in and let out over a certain amount of time.
This exercise is a useful tool to help control the muscle movements that will need to happen when singing in a healthy way without actually singing and tiring the voice.
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The one note exercise is a good exercise to start with once you have the basic movement of the ‘singing breathing’ under control.
The two note exercise is an introductory exercise that focusses on moving up and down in pitch without letting the larynx lift.
The three note exercise is an exercise that focusses on building stamina while moving up and down in pitch without letting the larynx lift.
The 3rd up exercise is an exercise that focusses on keeping the larynx down while going up to a bigger interval.
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A playlist with singing exercises for high female voice.
A playlist with singing exercises for medium female voice.
A playlist with singing exercises for medium male voice.
A playlist with singing exercises for low male voice.
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MyEarTraining is an interesting app that is perfect for anyone who wants to work on their musical hearing.