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Relaxing the Tongue and Jaw

A tight tongue or jaw are often the culprits getting in the way of your best possible tone.  Check out this great exercise for relaxing the tongue and jaw. 

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OO-EE-OO-EE-OO

This is a wonderful light exercise with two closed vowels that tend to pull in opposite directions (front and back).

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Ascending on SHE

If your voice gets tight as you ascend on the vowel EE, try this exercise.  The “SH”, an unvoiced fricative, can help you find the airflow and support necessary to release your throat.

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5th Jumps on BEE

This light exercise with a larger interval helps you compare your production of lower and higher notes, and sing both more easily.

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Deep WHOA and WHEE

This low-larynx exercise helps you counter the tendency to raise your larynx for higher pitches – a critical skill for singing with freedom. It is also a great light mix exercise.

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Lip Trills

Lip trills are a common, basic warmup that help you get started singing without strain. They’re great for helping you even out your breath flow and loosening up your whole range.

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