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Have you ever wondered about the benefits of singing? You sing just for yourself and it makes you smile. You sing in the shower and you feel excited about your bathroom performance. You sing along to the radio while driving to work and you feel energized. Why is it? What causes these feelings?
Many singers, new and experienced, ask me questions about breathing and singing. Questions such as “How to breathe when singing”,“How do I improve my breathing” or “Should I breathe through the nose or the mouth”.
In this blog post, I answered 16 of those questions. If you have a question about breathing and singing, you will find your answer on this page.
Many singers often build their knowledge and skills on myths about breathing and singing. No wonder, they are everywhere around us! In this blog post, I am busting 13 very common myths about breathing for singing. For example “You need to work hard to get the air in” or “The diaphragm ‘supports’ the sound.” Find out if you are building your vocal skills on truths or lies.
Anatomy scares some people, including singers. But how do you want to improve your voice if you don’t know what your instrument looks and works like? In this blog post, I am going over some anatomy and physiology of breathing. But don’t worry. I made it as easy as possible.
We take our first breath at birth and since that moment, we breathe without paying too much attention to it. Day in and day out. So why on earth do we need to “learn to breathe for singing”? Some people will even try to convince you that a singer does not need to learn correct breathing for singing. They say, “It will come naturally.”
But don’t be fooled. It will not come naturally. Find out why.
Vocal health is something that many people take for granted. And singers are also included in this group of people. We use our voices on a daily basis but only a few of us really know how to take good care of the vocal cords.
Usually, we start looking for information about vocal hygiene, common voice problems and quick remedies once it is too late. Learn how to care for your voice.