Tuesday, 30 May 2017
Why it is Important to Exercise your Voice before Singing
Do you check the oil and water in your car before taking a long journey? The oil and water help to cool the engine and keeps it in good working order. Singing vocal exercises are as important as the performance itself, if not more so, as the preparation will determine the outcome of the show.
After sleep our voice has not been used for hours. All kind of mucus builds inside our mouths and nasal when we are asleep, and this reduces the quality of our vocal chords considerably. Singing exercises make your lungs stronger while building stamina so that you can sing for longer periods without feeling exhausted.
You don’t want to put a strain on your vocal chords because you failed to loosen up the muscles. Exercise requires oxygen intake, which in turn stimulates the production of the body’s own mood-lifting endorphin's. So ultimately, singing these exercises should benefit you mentally as well as vocally.
So overall make sure that the voice is maintained regularly and drink plenty of fluid while trying to avoid sugary drinks. Never go on stage without going through a proper vocal warm up routine and by following these advice your voice will not only get stronger but perform well.
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