How to Use the Siren Method for Singing


The siren method for singing is used for singers to help discover their falsetto tone or "head" voice. This technique is named after the sound of a police or fire siren and is used when warming up the voice before one begins to sing.

  • Get relaxed. When warming up your voice you want to be relaxed, so it's probably best that you do a couple stretches so your body is loose and you are ready to warm up your voice.

  • Start using the lower register of your voice and use the vowels "oo" first. Go as low as you can possibly go with your voice. Not only will it help you reach a higher intensity and register, but it will also help you improve your lower range at the same time.

  • Mimic the sound of the siren by going from your low vocal register to the highest part of your voice. The vowels and sound that you make should resemble "wooah wwoah wooah," that of a siren.

  • Reach the absolute pinacle of where your voice can go in terms of pitch, after you have reached this pinacle, stay up for there for a while by mimicking the siren sound, but come back down slowly to the beginning note of your vocal exercise.

Related Searches

Promoted By Zergnet


You May Also Like

  • How to Teach a Dog to Sing

    While he may not become the next Frank Sinatra, you can certainly teach your pup to "sing" along to music by howling....

  • How to Generate a Siren Sound

    Making a siren sound on your keyboard or guitar can create an intense and dramatic effect in your music. The beginning to...

Related Searches

Check It Out

12 Tiki Essentials to Turn Your Bar Cart Into a Tropical Paradise

Is DIY in your DNA? Become part of our maker community.
Submit Your Work!