I'm an engineer by trade and I like to sing as a hobby. But I'm unsatisfied with my voice and would like to make some foundational improvements. However, I am not a committed enough to pursue private lessons.
My drive to work is about 20min, which I usually waste listening to the radio. It doesn't take any commitment to convert one of those drives to a vocal exercise session. I thought it would be a good idea to come up with a exercise routine.
I did some research and compiled a list of exercises I could do:
1.lip roll up/down scale 2min
2.vocal fry up/down scale 10 min
3.also this pair of exercise from Eric Arceneaux :4min
These vocal exercises are fairly straightforward and Eric explains them very well. Are there anything else I can add to my exercises(or things to be changed)? Am I at least somewhat effectively using my time? I realize that gains can be made more quickly with a private teacher, but I am not losing anything doing this.