In this video, you’re going to learn, “Do vocal warm ups improve singing (Or Are They A Waste Of Time?)”
Welcome to my channel, Learn To Sing Better, my name is Randy Rope.
In a moment I’m going to show why doing vocal warm ups will improve your singing.
And if you stay with me all the way, I’m also going to reveal some of the bad things that can happen if you don’t warm up your voice before singing.
I know you wish that singing warm-ups weren’t important and that you can just start singing during practice.
Warm-ups are not the fun part of singing, and can seem boring and useless.
Remember that when you sing, you’re using the vocal cords (soft tissue) and the inner muscles of the larynx (the muscles that control the closing of your cords).
You want to treat these parts with care because they’re very delicate areas.
You want to stretch and relax the surrounding muscles of your throat before you sing.
The same way you want to warm up before going for a jog or lifting weights.
Warming up loosens your singing muscles, helps to remove excess mucous and reduces the risk of vocal cord damage.
Let me tell you that losing your voice ain’t fun and it’s scary when it happens.