#1
when you're doing Trills would it be just as effective if you were to like.. trill along to a song than to scales? like instead of doing your warm up to scales than to songs you like..?

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#2
I don't know, but I'd assume so...
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#3
I'd start by doing scales. If there's a bit of a song that I find difficult I think its helpful to tril along to it.. especially when there's a particularly high note or something
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#4
I think the point of scales is that you go up in small degrees of pitch thereby slowly warming up your voice. If you trilled to a song, depending on it's pitch, you could be starting off with something too intense.

EDIT: This is also the wrong forum to ask this.
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