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03:38

Vocal Warm Up Scales With Guitar 1

Video for all you guitarists and vocalists who need to warm up those fingers and vocals at the same time. Vocal warm ups are a pain in the arse when you have a three hour guitar and singing session to get through, so here's a good way of doing both at once. Hum, lip roll/trill and vowel your way through this Major scale exercise. Try Vocal Warm Up 3 for a greater challenge. More exercises, tabs, pdf's midi's etc in the vocal section of my site. http://www.streetmusician.co.uk

Added: April 15, 2010, 1:50 pm by VOAdmin

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03:05

1 1/2 Scale Octave Intervals excercise (Tenor) C3-E5

Here you can practice your voice. Great for humming, doing lip rolls, lip trills, practicing your vowels, and good for vocal warmup and range as well! :) This is a one and half scale octave intervals excercise for tenors. It's advance, because of the range is widespread. The intervals are octaves. It goes from Do, Do(high), Mi, Mi(high), Sol, Sol(high). And goes back down like this. Sol, Mi(high), Mi, and runs a major scale down. Do, Ti, La, Sol, Fa, Mi, Re, Do. It's also: 1, 8, 3, 10, 5, 12, 5, 10, 3, and 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. I made this excersice mainly because I needed to train my ear and vocal cords to sing octaves. In one of my sight singing weekly quiz I had to sing octave intervals in solfedge and I had a hard time singing it. haha And it's good training too! Feel free to use it. Lowest note: C3 (C below middle C) Highest note: E5 (E above male high C) Please rate and comment! thanks :) Remember!!!!!!!!!!! Don't strain your self, everything should be free!!

Added: April 15, 2010, 1:57 pm by VOAdmin

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03:02

5 Tone Scale (Tenor) c3-c5

Here you can practice your voice. Great for humming, doing lip rolls, lip trills, practicing your vowels, and good for vocal warmup and range as well! :) This is a 5 tone scale for tenors. But anybody is welcome to this. Just start and end at you're comfortable pitch. It's similar to solfedge do, re, mi, fa, sol and it goes down. Starting note: C3 (c below middle c) Highest note: C5 (c above middle c, male high c) lowest note: A2 (some tenors can go all the way down low, it's a challenge) Don't strain your self, everything should be free!!

Added: April 15, 2010, 1:57 pm by VOAdmin

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04:00

Vocal Warm Up With Guitar 3

Vocal warm up exercise scales using guitar. Across one and a half octaves and 5 strings. Go through this exercise using humming, tongue trills, lip rolls, vowel sounds etc. Tabs, exercises, vocal warm up techniques and routines can be found in the vocal section of my site. http://www.streetmusician.co.uk

Added: April 15, 2010, 1:59 pm by VOAdmin

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04:05

Vocal Warm Up With Guitar 2

Vocal warm up exercise scales using guitar. Across one and a half octaves. Go through this exercise using humming, tongue trills, lip rolls, vowel sounds etc. Tabs, exercises, vocal warm up techniques and routines can be found in the vocal section of my site. http://www.streetmusician.co.uk

Added: April 15, 2010, 1:59 pm by VOAdmin

Views: 806 | Comments: 0

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