VOCAL BREATH SUPPORT.
So if you want to improve your breath support, increase vocal power, and teach yourself to sing in tune, learn good breath support.
After all, breathing is essential for singing.
Can you teach yourself to sing if you can’t breathe properly? No
So, here’s what you need to know about breathing for singing:
The correct breath for singing is called the diaphragmatic breath.
Singing from the diaphragm simply means breathing from your stomach, rather than from your chest or shoulders.
And when you breathe from your stomach and diaphragm, you can take much fuller and more efficient breaths than when you breathe from your chest or shoulders.
And as you read this, I want you to practice it at your rehearsal location and let me know the outcome of it.
Breathe from the Diaphragm in 3 Easy Steps:
1. Stand in front of a mirror and turn to the side so that you can see your chest and stomach.
2. Next, place your hands on the bottom of your belly and inhale so that your stomach comes out as you breathe in.
3. Finally, exhale so that your stomach comes back in as you breathe out.
Make sure that you’re not moving your chest or shoulders when you inhale.
If you keep all the movement isolated to your stomach when you’re breathing, you’ll notice that your belly has to come out as you inhale.
Make sure that your belly comes out when you breathe before you sing.
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