Want to know how to sing with your diaphragm? Watch this video below to learn how.
Roger Burnley is the “teacher to the stars” in Hollywood California, and he has some priceless information about breathing correctly for singing.
And it’s really not that hard once you know how!
In the above video there are many myths dispelled about singing with the diaphragm.
While many singing teachers get their students to focus heavily on their breathing technique, it’s actually not necessary. In fact, sometimes it just causes bad technique.
The key is to actually remove everything that’s blocking your air when you sing.
When you do this your technique will become more correct, and you’ll be able to do much more with your voice. You’ll be able to hit higher and lower notes with more ease. Your tone quality will be slick and professional. And singing will seem much easier.
If you run through the exercises in the video above, very soon you’ll feel used to the way it feels to breathe correctly, and you won’t have to focus on your breathing when you’re singing.
Pay attention to the way Roger describes the way it feels to sing from your diaphragm. You’ll notice that your lower stomach will fill up with air, and when you sing it will feel like you’re pushing out on your stomach.
If you’re doing it wrong, you’ll notice your stomach will collapse inward.
So use these two very different sensations to realize when you are using correct technique and you’ll find it easy to understand how to sing with your diaphragm correctly.
Once you have this key part of singing technique in place you will enjoy much greater freedom when you sing.
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