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  1. Please participate in this poll... this "Poll" post has been opened up for discussion as well...   That statistic on warming up is interesting.... almost 50/50.
  2. Hi to all,   This is my first post so hello to everyone, I joined this group as I sing in the rock band and I have some daughts about my voice. Problem appears in the morning ( every morning my voice is weaker than night before when I sing strongly and high.), also next day after band rehearsal or gig my voice isn't strong enough to let me sing the same set of songs. I would like to be able to sing like three gigs day by day without a break.. If my throat wasn't strong I wouldn't say anything but I'm capable of singing some Toto or Queensryche songs but next day it's impossible to repeat the same gig... Any advices guys? Thank you very much for any help... Greg