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I sound fairly decent but I feel like I’m still missing a clear voice a little and that I’m somewhat flat and lifeless on some recordings.[...]My current routine is 5-min warm-up exercises like scales, humming, and lip roles. Then I practice singing songs that I like that have clear vocals. You are not satisfied with your tone. So you'll work 5 minutes on ...


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Technically speaking, a mezzo soprano tends to favor the lower and/or be overall better suited towards the lower soprano range (though not an alto) while still having a soprano timbre overall, though usually a bit darker as a result. Ideally, a mezzo soprano is a mezzo soprano and it thus not 'slightly weak' (as you put it) compared to a regular soprano -- ...


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This does not sound like "warmup" but rather like pre-stress. The purpose of warmup generally is to align your reflexes to the realities of today's state of voice and atmosphere and give an additional loosening up. However, the durations you are talking about here would seem excessive for that. It rather sounds like your "warmup" is for getting your vocal ...



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