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How To Sing Using Your Diaphragm Correctly – Breathing Tips For Singers | Vocal Power


How to use your diaphragm correctly for singing

Some breathing tips for singers

Learning how to sing from the diaphragm is often misunderstood and here I hope to help clarify the role of the diaphragm for singers. This video will help vocalists to control their air supply and improve their singing voices through the exercises contained within.

The diaphragm is primarily a muscle of inhalation. The feeling of singing support that is necessary on the out breath is actually caused by other muscles. Watch this video and I hope that you will be clearer about how to sing from your diaphragm.

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