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Voice & Presentation Tips 1-7

Voice & Presentation Tips 1-7

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Published by Lizanne Hennessey
Here are all 7 "Voice & Presentation" exercises to help you improve your vocal technique and presentation.

Free with love for music and singing, from Lizanne Hennessey - Voice Coach!

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Here are all 7 "Voice & Presentation" exercises to help you improve your vocal technique and presentation.

Free with love for music and singing, from Lizanne Hennessey - Voice Coach!

http://voicecoaching.blogspot.com

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How can you improve your vocal technique and presentation, to make the most of your voice? Agood vocal technique starts with breathing. Breathing exercises help you train your diaphragm, aswell as aid in improving endurance and control. This is exercise nr.1, “Activating and De-Activating”, in a series of 7 exercises by Lizanne Hennessey Voice Coaching.
VOICE & PRESENTATION tips - NR. 1
It is a good idea to activate (warm up) your vocal cords before you sing, and de-activate (cool off)when you’re finished. The warmer your cords are, the more flexible they are, the better you willbe able to sing! This simple exercise will help strengthen your diaphragm, train your breathing, andhelp you expand your range by activating and de-activating your vocal chords.1. Sit or stand in a comfortable position, withstraight back and shoulders. Relax.2. Lay your hand over your diaphragm. Thisphysical contact can help in the overal aware-ness of your diaphragm, and in focusing yourbreathing to the right place.Take a deep breath through your nose, keep-ing your shoulders straight.3. Sing scales using both “Lip Bubbles” and“Tongue Trills” by gliding from the low to highoctave and back again.“Lip Bubbles”: blow air through closed mouth,allowing your lips to fully vibrate“Tongue Trills”: place the tip of your tongueon the roof of your mouth and ‘roll’ it toproduce a ‘dr-r-r-r-r-r-r-r’ sound.
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1. ACTIVATING & DE-ACTIVATING1
LIP BUBBLESTONGUE TRILLS
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How can you improve your vocal technique and presentation, to make the most of your voice? Agood vocal technique starts with breathing. Breathing exercises help you train your diaphragm, aswell as aid in improving endurance and control. This is exercise nr. 2, “Blowing Bubbles”, in aseries of 7 exercises by Lizanne Hennessey Voice Coaching.
VOICE & PRESENTATION tips - NR. 2
The ”Lax Vox” exercise is another way to activate (warm up) your vocal cords before you sing,and de-activate them (cool off) when you’re finished. This exercise also helps strengthen yourdiaphragm, train your breathing, and expand your own vocal range.1. Sit in a comfortable position, with straightback and shoulders. Relax.2. Fill an empty drink bottle with about 10 cm(4 inches) of water.Cut a piece of garden hose to about 30cm (12inches) long.Place the tube in the water, making sure itdoesn’t touch the bottom of the bottle.Take a deep breath through your nose, keepingyour shoulders straight.3. Now, blow through the hose, while at thesame time, singing scales.Experiment with the amount of water, the depthof the hose, and different sounds while singingyour scales. Allow your cheeks to vibrate freelyas you blow those bubbles!
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How can you improve your vocal technique and presentation, to make the most of your voice? Agood vocal technique starts with breathing. Breathing exercises help you train your diaphragm, aswell as aid in improving endurance and control. This is exercise nr.3, “The Little Jumping Man”, ina series of 7 exercises by Lizanne Hennessey Voice Coaching.
VOICE & PRESENTATION tips - NR. 3
1. Sit or stand in a comfortable position, withstraight back and shoulders. Relax.2. Imagine a little man, about the size of yourtwo fingers, is about to jump on your diaphragm.Take a deep breath through your nose, keepingyour shoulders straight.4. Each time the little man lands, flex yourdiaphragm and make the sound ‘HUH’, allowinga short burst of air and sound to escape.Repeat 10 times.Practice this exercise enough, and you can trainyour diaphragm without making any noise at all,simply by flexing and relaxing it.Combine this exercise with different sounds(EE-AA-OH-OO) or scales!This exercise is designed to strengthen your diaphragm and help you focus your breathing.
3. ‘THE LITTLE JUMPING MAN’
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