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I was sitting on my porch one day, humming a tune when I asked myself, 'Is humming warm-ups the best vocal warm ups?'
Well, yes, humming is the best way vocal warm up. In fact, humming is one of the best vocal exercises which anybody can do at any time.
It’s quieter and doesn’t disturb anyone around unlike open mouth singing. The main idea is to let your voice resonate while gently closing your mouth. But hey, don’t try to keep your lips tightly closed though! Your entire face and all its muscles must be relaxed.
I wondered how I should feel when I hum. In order to find out, I checked several online blogs and found the answer, finally! I've learned that the only thing you should feel is the support you get from your abdominal muscles as they gently push the sweet sound of your voice through your lips.
I often find myself humming my favorite tunes in the morning. It’s not something that I mean to do. It just happens. Maybe it’s a subconscious way of finding out how my voice is functioning on any given day. I really don’t know why or how I do this but I do enjoy it.
After being curious about humming as a great vocal warm up, I did a little bit of research here and there and lo and behold! My instinct seemed to be right. From what I read, humming is a great way to know how your voice is on any given day. From then on, I always used humming to try and figure out whether I need to do extra warm ups or if everything is as right as rain.
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