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Hi. Aaron Anastasi here from Superior SingingMethod and I want to talk about singing lessons. First of all, I want to just give you a littleoutline of what I'm going to give you in this tutorial and you can decide if you want to watchit or not. I'm going to talk a little bit about singing lessons. You need singing lessons and all that stuff.I'm actually going to give you a little singing lesson, a little mini singing lesson but it'sgoing to be a good contentpacked singing lesson. Talk a little bit about warmups andthe benefit of that and give you a really good warmup. Then I'm going to talk aboutthe pharyngeal resonator and the pharyngeal
resonator, the good thing about this, it soundsweird and whatever, but it could really help you with your mixed voice. Your mixed voiceis a blend of your head and chest and really helps you with your high notes and we willtalk more about that. So that's and then I'm going to give you areally good exercise on the pharyngeal resonator and the high notes and that's going to really,really help you out a lot. Then I'm going to tell you a little bit about how you canget more good content, even more free content from me. That's it. So I will spend this timejust telling you what I'm about to tell you. Singing lessons, singing lessons, singinglessons.
First of all, what are singing lessonsé Youknow what singing lessons are. Are they beneficialé Well of course. I wouldn't be here. You wouldn'tbe here. Singing lessons I think are really beneficial to help you continue to get betteras a singer and learn things you don't know and learn new exercises to get your voicewhere it really needs to be. Let's talk about warmups. Warmups are somethingthat I think you need to do. You just need to do warmup exercises. Now there's a differencebetween warmup exercises and strengthening exercises. If you just stick with warmupexercises all the time, like the real simple warmup exercises, you will never be ableto get your voice where you want to be with
the high notes and all the stuff that youwanted, the expanded range and all that stuff. I mean to break out and do more strengtheningexercises, which I'm going to give you this that's part of what I'm going to give youtoday. I'm going to give you a great warmup exercise. I'm going to give you a great theother exercise will be more of a strengthening type exercise that will get you to the highnotes. It will help you with your mixed voice. It will help blend your registers togetherso you don't have the cracks and the breaks in your voice. So a really good vocal warmup exercise isjust simply hums. The best like starting out
in the morning kind of vocal exercise besidesjust like vocalizes, just the straight up like the vocal fry. The vocal fry is reallygood right in the morning. My vocal fry is like really big in the morning and reallyloud in the morning but even the next step from that would be hum. So closed mouth always for the first exercise.I recommend doing a closed mouth exercise. So this one is like hums. You're going tojust go hums. You can like keep raising the note and go a little higher, a littlehigher. This is just kind of vocal warmups just to kind of get your voice ready. It'sjust like warming up a car on a cold day.
It's just like just to get it ready for morekind of strenuous activity. What elseé So that's vocal warmups. Whatare we doingé Singing lessons. What do you want to hearé Singing lessons againé The next thing is the pharyngeal resonator.If you're familiar with the pharyngeal resonator, it's pharyngeal because it comes from thepharynx. Your pharynx is actually it's a whole resonator in the back of your throat. Yeah.Like straight back in your mouth, it's your oral pharynx and then up a little higher isour nasal pharynx but that whole area there vocalizes, that's kind of how the soundof the sound kind of resonating in that area