Highly Effective (QUIET) Vocal Exercises That Won't Annoy Your Neighbors

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7 Highly Effective QUIET Vocal Exercises That Won't Annoy Your Neighbors

The exercises you’ll get into over during the next few days will unlock all sorts of (possibly strange) sensations in your voice.

You’re going to learn to create guttural sounds, how to get WAY more resonance and fullness out of your voice, and ultimately, how to support your voice for real-world singing in a whole new way!

…And best of all, you can do it all QUIETLY!

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These are the exercises that we’ll cover in the complete training series


Deep Down HaHa

This first exercise zeros in on our primary support muscles and how everything should feel when we’re engaging them correctly. It may seem a bit counter-intuitive at first, which is why we need to make sure we’re on the same page before going forward!


Quiet “Hah-ctives”

Here we learn how to keep our support muscle system engaged over different notes in our range, while at the same time, beginning to focus our attention on our facial resonance. These two places of mental focus – support system, and facial resonance are absolutely key in developing all the sounds you can make with your voice.



Now, we’ll look at how face resonance feels over different vowel placements and other sounds we make with our mouth. We’ll learn how to keep full resonance even through changing conditions and words for a full, consistent and present tone.


False Cords, Grit & Compression Engagement (Quiet)

The basis for singing aggressively and screaming does not have to be discovered on a loud stage or in front of a stack of speakers. In fact, it’s actually more fruitful to discover the correct sensations quietly. In actuality, none of these techniques needs to be as loud as many people might think.


Musically Falling From Head Voice

Most people think expanding your range means just pushing or reaching higher and practicing exercises that let you go a little higher each time until you get comfortable with new notes. This doesn’t work very often and those that practice this way end up frustrated and tense. Let me show you a better way to discover more range in your voice!


Ear & Voice Connection

One of the best things you can do for your singing is to train your ear. We need to train our ear specifically with regards to the way pitches FEEL when we use our voice… over different contexts. We’ll do quiet exercises to help you start to connect your voice with your musical mind and ears.


Consonants & Airflow

Lot’s of singers do really great things during warmups or isolated yells and melodies only to get tripped up when they start actually singing lots of words. Let me help you manage consonants in the context of your newfound voice.

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