Watch video lesson about working out the chest voice for strength and depth

Low Range Chest Voice Workout

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This month I’m doing a new series of challenging (but FUN!) vocal workouts, designed to take your voice to the next level by developing your chest, head and pharyngeal resonators, and learning to mix them together for a contemporary sound!

A major part of taking care of our voice means incorporating a regular vocal exercise routine into our schedule! The stronger your vocal muscles, the less likely sickness and fatigue will affect your voice this winter! We begin with our low range… our chest voice! Let’s get started!

(Coming up next… High Range Head Voice WorkoutMix Voice Part 1: Pharyngeal Workout, and Mix Voice Part 2: Finding a Balanced Tone)

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