SingBabySing® Singing Lesson – Slow Leaky Tire 1

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Joy at gives part 1 of a breathing exercise designed to control the amount of breath you let out so that you can control your voice better.

42 thoughts on “SingBabySing® Singing Lesson – Slow Leaky Tire 1

  1. singbabysing says:

    Glad to be of assistance. I hope you’ll go to my website and ready about
    breathing there. Oh, and be sure to tell your family and friends about
    these things! Thanks.

  2. Hey, you are a great teacher! you are fun and i can understand what you say
    easily. Cheers!

  3. singbabysing says:

    Thanks and tell all your friends! Don’t forget to use my website too, for
    more info and help.

  4. singbabysing says:

    Do them as often as you feel comfortable doing them. Sometimes close your
    eyes and just feel what’s going on around your vocal cords, your jaw and
    tongue. Keep as relaxed as possible and totally enjoy!

  5. kashfields says:

    My shoulders should not move should they?

  6. singbabysing says:

    You’re right. They shouldn’t move. If your shoulders pull upwards, it can
    tense up the vocal area.

  7. encomium235 says:

    hi! i tried dis and i dont hear a hissing sound lyk u did…do u have to
    make a hissing sound??

  8. SingingFighterKid says:

    Am I glad to see this!! You’re doing a wonderful job on this! Erm…I have
    a question…could you answer it? Although I’m hitting the right note, the
    sound that comes out isn’t sharp and clear. I don’t know what’s wrong.

  9. singbabysing says:

    Hey, thanks. Hmmm, does it feel muffled?

  10. SingingFighterKid says:

    Yes…well at least it does when I record myself singing and listen to it.

  11. singbabysing says:

    This is a really important observation. What our voice sounds like to us
    inside of our heads is very different from it sounds like in the outside
    world. If you haven’t already done so, read the articles that I have on my
    website redesign section and try applying the info from them & recording
    yourself to see if anything makes a difference.

  12. SingingFighterKid says:

    Okay I will. Thanks for your help. 🙂 I don’t have any music lessons in my
    grade so it really helps.

  13. singbabysing says:

    No music lessons? I’m really sorry to hear of it but I’m really happy to be
    helping you, especially since you like musical theater.

  14. IXluvXrayX says:

    hi! i tried doing this and i can do it fine but i was wondering could you
    listen to me singing and could you tell me what i need to improve
    on..thankyou. please leave a comment on my profile. 😀

  15. SingingFighterKid says:

    🙂 Thanks. Btw, i’m going to record my singing and upload it on
    youtube…would you check it ou for me??? It’ll really help if you do.
    Thanks for everything. 🙂

  16. singbabysing says:

    Hi. I only answer from this site, sorry about that. But I did watch your
    video (the visual part didn’t play though). Here are a couple of pointers:
    work on getting your pitches absolutely clear. Scales will help. Also, it’s
    easy to pop the “p” sound into a mike when singing, so watch out for that.

  17. singbabysing says:

    Tried going to your site but the Phantom graphics wouldn’t let it load
    quickly enough for me to look at it. Sorry about that.

  18. SingingFighterKid says:

    Oh I’m sorry about that. I’m going to upload it soon so when I do, I’ll
    comment you on your page. 🙂

  19. Thanks so much for the helpful videos. Great work!

  20. singbabysing says:

    Great questions. There’s an odd thing in singing that requires both tension
    and relaxation at the same time, both with breathing and phonation (making
    sound). The main thing with the exhale is to let it out evenly, without
    large bursts all at once. This requires control but not locking your
    abdominal area with tension. Check my article called Joy’s Breathing on my
    website. There’s a fantastic link there that shows the diaphragm in motion
    from the Stough Institute that can help you.

  21. ive been doing alot of ur diaphragm techniques but instead of my stomache
    going out when i breath in its when i breath out.. wat should i do?? also.
    if ur diaphragm gets stronger would that make the voice richer cause when i
    sing i cant reallly make it like more rich its just like a flat sound.?? i
    have a lot of questions :]

  22. singbabysing says:

    Better breath control (stronger diaphragm and knowing how to control it)
    will produce a better voice. Try this: lie flat on your back with your
    hands at your sides. Uncross your legs. Just breath. Don’t think about what
    you should or shouldn’t do. Let the muscles do what they naturally do. Now
    rest your hands over your belly and just breath. Observe what happens.
    Next, put a book where your hands were and breath again. What happens?

  23. o ok thanks ya i think i kno how to breath now xD haha thanks you.and um..
    do u happen to know any good vocal coaches around the dc area?? 😀

  24. singbabysing says:

    Trust me, I worked hard at learning how to control my breath to get the
    most out of my voice so I encourage you to work hard too!

  25. singbabysing says:

    Thanks. Sorry, but at this time I don’t make recommendations for voice
    teachers. That may change in the future, however.

  26. danzigisjebus says:

    does smokin kill a persons singing voice

  27. singbabysing says:

    Doesn’t kill it but it’s definitely not good for it. The other problem with
    smoking is the high risk of cancer. I don’t want to scare you but I’d sure
    like to encourage you to kick the habit if you smoke.

  28. singbabysing says:

    You are most welcome! I hope you’ll tell all your friends about these

  29. braindamage says:

    this is a reply to my own comment, but… it helps A LOT for me to do this
    on my back and then when I get the stream, I’ll sit up and try to keep it
    as long as I can. I do the dog pant twice for one minute and I do the slow
    leaky tire twice as long as I can after the dog pant… four sets of each

  30. I started at 30 seconds and within about 10 minutes i’m up to 49!!

  31. Marissa Ann says:

    well.damn how much air did she breath in…lol

  32. singbabysing says:

    Hi, Have you watched my dog pant video yet? That helps to show what happens
    with the stomach area when the breathing is natural and how you can
    increase your voice power by increasing your breath power.

  33. singbabysing says:

    Not as much as it seems! It’s just muscle work.

  34. jeanpaulfelix says:

    Amazing video! How long do we have to practice like this everyday? Any
    number of optimal sets that we can do? Is something too much and can hurt
    you in the long run? 20 min? 30 min? More?Less? Thanks for all the help!

  35. singbabysing says:

    Thanks for your kind comment! Good questions too! In fact, they are so good
    that it will take too many words to answer it here. So, I’ll answer it with
    a blog article at my SingingMasterMind blog site. Youtube won’t let me type
    the URL in this reply but you can find it at the top right side of my
    channel or by googling “singingmastermind” as one word. I hope you don’t
    mind that I use your Youtube name in that article. Go to the site, click on
    the blog tab & you should see your answers there.

  36. Owen Olsen says:

    I now feel that I can sing in front of others and do it very capably.

  37. How to nail difficult songs with complete comfort by learning to release tension in your voice!

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