The No Scales Just Songs Vocal Workout Vol. 1

Vocal Warm Up & Singing Technique Lessons for Beginning to Advanced Singers:
Learn How to Sing, How to Build Vocal Power & Range, How to Belt, and Much More

"I could build a huge bonfire with all the other how to sing methods I've tried. Susan's workout is the only program that has really worked for me."
Randy Holland

"I've made huge vocal strides with Susan's vocal workout. I use it every day."
Darryl Purpose, Tangible Music

"I've used these CDs for one year. A friend heard me sing the other day and couldn't believe the difference, he was very surprised!"
Cathy Main

"My wife and I both use it as a vocal warm up several times a week. I feel it really helps my voice stay open and fluid. I think the selection of songs, the variety, and the musical back-up are absolutely instructive, interesting and fun."
Anudeva Stevens
 
Since it's release, thousands of singers worldwide have used this method to warm up and learn how to sing better. This is the original version of Susan Anders' vocal warm up and voice training method, consisting of pop, rock and jazz songs from the 1940s-90s that gradually increase in difficulty--no scales, no arpeggios...nothing but songs. The songs can be sung with the lyrics or with the recommended vocal warm up sounds.

The No Scales, Just Songs Vocal Workout includes:
  • Two CDs of 17 fully produced songs. Disc 1 includes the songs with vocals and instructional introductions. Disc 2 has the same songs without vocals. Disc 2 also has a section on how to stylize the songs once they are mastered.
  • A 53-page updated guidebook including detailed vocal technique information, song lyrics, vocal warm-up tips, troubleshooting hints, vocal stylizing ideas, a glossary, study tips and more.
Sing the Warm-up Set: to loosen up, learn how to breathe correctly, increase your range, and build control, resonance and better tone.

Sing the Workout Set: to increase your volume, vocal endurance, sustenance, belting ability, and pitch dexterity.

Beginning singers can sing through the workout at their own pace to learn how to sing correctly, and to build good vocal technique and strength. Experienced singers can skip the instructional intros and use the workout as a vocal warm-up to maintain their vocal technique and strength.

Audio Samples

Songs

  • Unchained Melody
  • Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)
  • Save the Best for Last
  • Sunny Came Home
  • Young at Heart
  • How Sweet It Is (to be Loved By You)
  • All of Me
  • Angel From Montgomery
  • Willow Weep For Me
  • Since I Fell for You
  • Walk Away Renee
  • Centerpiece
  • I'll Stand by You
  • Dark End of the Street
  • Crazy Baby
  • Wade in the Water
  • Can't Help Falling In Love

Vocal Range


Alto/Bass version: Eb-D (almost two octaves)

Susan sings on the Alto/Bass version: basses sing an octave below her.

Baritone/Soprano version: Ab-G (almost two octaves)

Geoffrey Tozer sings on the Baritone/Soprano version: sopranos sing an octave above him.

Expanded Version: Eb—G (two octaves + major 3rd)
The expanded version includes all four Alto/Bass and Baritone/Soprano CDs.





 
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