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Learn How To Sing Breathing Exercises Part One – Learn To Sing Fast


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All of us learn how to sing on our own timeline and certain things will click more than others. The ability to learn how to sing can be somewhat instinctive. To make all those craving souls learn how to sing, we are sharing some basic steps on learn how to learn how to sing.

I wanted to share a very simple yet effective way of practicing breathing for singing. This exercise helps you to:

1.Prevent any bad habit of taking too much air in to the top of the lungs before you sing – the ‘big breath’ syndrome (more common than you might think!)

2.Get used to the feeling of your abdominal muscles working to expel all the air from your lungs as you use the full capacity of your out-breath.

3.Surprise yourself by seeing just how long you can hold a note.

4.Have fun and feel a bit silly at the same time – an essential part of the singers experience!

Yes you can hear another voice singing along toward the end of the long note, my 2yr old daughter joining in…

Singing lessons for beginners from ken tamplin vocal academy show you how to sing better.

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