Never forget to warm up the sound
Singers are just like athletes or dancers. The only difference is that they use their own small vocal and respiratory muscles. This means that these muscles need to be warmed up so that the person can get the most out of them. You can get the most out of your vocal muscles when they warm up.
Also keep in mind that warming up does not mean cycling and browsing songs. Warm-ups are a special set of exercises that are performed in a specific order that prepares the vocal instrument inside your body to play.
One person who recently worked with Lady Gaga said she was really surprised by her work ethic. He described how Lady Gaga warmed up her voice exactly before her workout, exactly as she had hoped. Then, when the rehearsal began, he announced that he wanted to mark his own voice instead of performing the song in its entirety. This sound rating, which is an exercise for sound health, allows the reader to rate different notes without using the full capacity of the vocal cords, and this is what makes their sound capacity for the main performance. , Be preserved.
This grading technique is very useful the night or the day before the performance, and smart singers who want to have a great performance use this technique. You can use this technique for your next practice and see how your voice reaches the skies in the performance!
One of the little secrets used by great people and legends in the world of singing is a technique called “cooling down”. Just as warming up your voice makes your voice open for singing, cooling it down will correct your voice after the performance. Singing for one to two hours can cause your voice to become inflamed (depending on how good your techniques are, this inflammation may increase or decrease) and as a result your vocal cords become swollen day and night. Next, it becomes difficult for you to sing. You should definitely use voice cooling exercises that will keep your voice inflamed and healthy. This technique is one of the most important techniques that you should consider during your performances so as not to cause various problems in your voice. Even if you have a hoarse voice or you want to prepare some of your vocal cords before warming up, you can use these cooling techniques! Usually I do some cooling exercises myself during the warm-up, and sometimes a little before that, and it really works. Of course, readers who have a high workload must use these warm-up and cooling techniques on a larger scale.