How to sing without running out of breath –

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(David DiMuzio here) …I’ve been getting a lot of requests for more singing lessons, and I’ve been really busy touring lately so I’ve enlisted the help of my friend vocal coach Matt Pierce to make some videos answering some of your questions that I haven’t gotten to yet. Matt’s gone from having very little vocal range to leaning how to sing virtually anything no matter how high the notes. He’s done a ton of studying with many of the top vocal coaches and teachers. With practice I’m sure you’ll find these techniques he teaches helpful.

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7 thoughts on “How to sing without running out of breath –

  1. I’ve been getting a lot of requests for more singing lessons, and I’ve been
    really busy touring lately so I’ve enlisted the help of my friend vocal
    coach Matt Pierce to make some videos answering some of your questions that
    I haven’t gotten to yet. Matt’s gone from having very little vocal range to
    leaning how to sing virtually anything no matter how high the notes. He’s
    done a ton of studying with many of the top vocal coaches and teachers.
    With practice I’m sure you’ll find these techniques helpful :)

  2. Positioning of the clavicle, chest, and head posture relative TO the neck
    have more weight and merit in why singers are running out of breath. In
    short, it’s fixable with posture. In most cases, we don’t need to worry
    about vocal cord approximation..This is a clumsy and often misdiagnosed
    issue.The chest should always stay up. These are structures that suspend
    the abdominals and ribs in place and when they are aligned, allow these
    areas to work better. It eliminates the leaking of the gas. And by working
    with these, a singer can fix immediately the duration of being able to work
    with their breath. Keep in mind we have stale, residual air in the lungs.
    The male can take in a maximum of 3,300cm3 of air pressure. We barely use
    200cm3 of it.

  3. Laura’s ultimate aim for each student is to be able to sing with a sense of complete freedom – for the voice to find it’s full natural sound and expression – and for the singer to explore and convey the meaning of a song as honestly and as fully as possible.

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