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VOCAL SCALES FOR SINGING SCALES

Free Vocal Training Scales for Mp3 Download to use for vocal warm up exercises, vocal training exercises, riffs & runs exercises, and more.

There are 15 Piano Vocal Scales for Each of 7 Voice Types

Bass • Baritone • Baritenor • Tenor • Alto • Mezzo-Soprano • Soprano

Joe Naab, Vocal Training Coach, Founder of Vocal Nebula

I believe I have created the world's largest and free collection of piano vocal scales for singing scales exercises available for mp3 download. Feel free to download every collection! More are added from time to time. Join my email list to receive more."

VOCAL SCALES FOR 7 VOICE TYPES

Mp3 Vocal Scales are rarely provided to students by their voice coaches. Further, scales provided within online singing courses are either “one size fits all”, or there is one set of vocal scales for men and one set for women, making training impractical, inefficient and unsafe. Making matters worse, these singing scales often include a lot of talking and interruptions that, though useful for the first few days of practice, become a distraction over time when the instruction is no longer needed and only serves to distract and frustrate the student.

LISTEN TO AUDIO SNIPPETS OF THE INCLUDED VOCAL SCALES

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Standard 5th - Major
  • Standard 5th - Major
  • Standard 5th Minor
  • Circular 5th - Major
  • Circular 5th - Minor
  • Unision (Single Note Repeated)
  • Standard 9th - Major
  • Standard 9th - Minor
  • Circular 9th - Major
  • Circular 9th - Minor
  • Chromatic Octave
  • Pentatonic 12th - Major
  • Pentantonic 12th - Minor
  • Siren Octave
  • Arpeggio Octave - Major
  • Arpeggio Octave - Minor

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WHY SINGING SCALES ARE IMPORTANT TO YOU!

A beginning male student, for example, will likely start with an undeveloped vocal range, and will begin his vocal training by singing scales in the bass and baritone range. This is necessary for safety as well as to build a solid foundation in vocal training technique before moving on to higher and more challenging ranges. Remember, baritones and tenors have 90% of their notes in common. When the student is ready to train to sing higher notes, he can begin to insert the appropriate piano vocal scales from the higher vocal ranges into sections of his workout playlists. In our Voice Building Strategies online singing course at Vocal Nebula, we divide singing exercises into three families,— Closed-Mouth Variations (CMV’s), Semi-Occluded Variations (SOV’s) and Open-Mouth Variations (OMV’s). We teach our students to explore higher notes first with CMV’s, then SOV’s, and finally with OMV’s. The results are AMAZING. This progression provides both the fastest and safest way to strengthen and extend one’s vocal range without strain. Hence, it’s common to find vocal scales for different voice types mixed within the same workout playlists.

THE BEST SINGING SCALES FOR BEGINNERS

Beginning singing students require vocal scales customized to their training needs. The speed of the piano scales can’t be too fast. The intervals can’t be too large. The melodies must be simple. And, most importantly, the range covered by the vocal scales must fall within the beginner’s vocal range presently under development. This is for both safety and effectiveness. When you do singing exercises with piano scales perfectly suited to your needs as a beginning singer, you will improve your singing faster. As a result, you’ll feel better and you will be more likely to practice singing scales more often. Remember that these free vocal scales by mp3 download do not come with instructions or narration. This isn’t to deprive you of instruction! We provide many free singing lessons as well as paid singing courses here at Vocal Nebula that will teach you how to do singing exercises to these vocal scales. What we’ve provided are very carefully designed scales without narration for the 90% of your singing exercises that require no instruction, only dedication!
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