: What is happening in a Vocal Warm-Up? What does it really do to our voice?

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: What is happening in a Vocal Warm-Up? What does it really do to our voice?

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Anonymous 0 Comments

You are warming and stretching them gradually, making them more elastic (smoother sounding and better range) and reduces wear from Cold starting and belting it when it’s colder. all tense and wound comparatively from just talking or silence.

Anonymous 0 Comments

1. The vibration of the vocal chords breaks up mucus and allows for more vocal control

2. It helps the muscles stretch

3. It helps the brain acclimate to the current status of your throat, larynx, diaphragm, and lungs. Helps singers realize if they’re short of breath, tired, etc.

Anonymous 0 Comments

Literally like stretching other muscles in your body before playing sports. The vocal cords are
muscles.