Thursday, September 17, 2015

Vocal Agility is the Key to Singing Complex Melodies and Sounding like a Pro

If ever you’ve wondered what the best ways are to develop vocal agility, this article will not only give you a quick tip on what exercises to do, it will also explain what vocal agility is all about. The real benefit of having an agile voice is the ability to jump easily from one note to another and land on the right key without having to slide up to it. Furthermore, it enables you to do any type of trill or run, which is really important for any song you want to sing. Vocal agility exercises are usually pretty quick, because they’re specifically designed to build that agility. So are you ready to discover the key to singing complex melodies and sounding like a pro?

When you want to find the correct notes perfectly and jump from one key to another without having to slide up to the correct notes, you’ll come to realize the great aspect of learning vocal agility is it will help you create that professional sounding voice as you can learn to use vocal runs to make your singing more polished and beautiful sounding. And you can achieve this by doing special exercises that will give you the necessary additional training that you can add to your daily vocal training routine. And so let’s take a closer look at what exercises you can do really quickly, to develop vocal agility. Please note that once you know the proper way to sing each exercise, you’ll likely get the most out of any vocal training program. Whatever you do, please ensure that you do your exercises correctly.

One of the most effective ways to developing vocal agility is to do the Wee Wee lip and face workout to any scale. It helps to get rid of the tension in your cheeks and lips and also helps you to bounce around because the narrow E vowel is particularly good with helping you get into your head voice. Lip rolls are also a great way to help you get ready to roll. Using my Learn to Sing with Joett Vocal Training CD Booster Program, I would highly recommend that you do the Alternative Chromatic Scales with the Wee Wee and the lip roll. I do hope that these handy tips have given you additional training to add to your daily vocal training routine. Feel free to download chromatic scales to work with here!

You are the instrument, learn to sing like a pro!


Vocal Coach & Author
"Letters from a Vocal Coach"

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