SingBabySing® Singing Lesson – Slow Leaky Tire 2

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Joy at singbabysing.com gives the 2nd part of a breathing exercise to strengthen the way you control your breath and your voice.

41 thoughts on “SingBabySing® Singing Lesson – Slow Leaky Tire 2

  1. singbabysing says:

    Yes, that’s me singing the theme song and I’m so happy that you’re enjoying
    singing along with it!

  2. Joy, it’s so great of you to share your knowledge… a question for you:
    when I do this exercise I tend to experience tension in the throat. Any
    ideas? Also, Where do you stand in the whole “keep the rib cage expanded”
    vs. “feel support in the lower abdominal, back, and side muscles”?

  3. singbabysing says:

    Thanks. Tension in the throat is a very common problem and often comes from
    a tight neck and tight shoulders. I heard about a new approach the other
    day that seems to work really well. When you inhale, pretend that you are
    breathing in through your armpits. I know it sounds bizarre, but it seems
    to work for people. Expanded rib cage vs other? I think you have to do it
    all.

  4. VoyagerFan1999 says:

    What an extraordinarily generous gift your singing lesson videos are! I
    especially like this exercise. I would love to see a lesson from you on
    expanding one’s vocal range. What is the lowest note that people sing in
    their head voice? Or does that depend on where their chest voice ends? I am
    also somewhat confused as to what a “classically trained” singer is. I will
    go check out your website to see if I can find answers to these
    questions…. Thanks again!

  5. HikariMoonlight says:

    xD hahah your awesome thanks 4 everything really T___T i will continue on
    to the next video xD haha *u* xD THANKSSSSSSSSSSSSS

  6. emtgoodboy says:

    i started trying to sing~ thank you

  7. singbabysing says:

    Thanks! Think of vocal range as 1 voice from high to low rather than head
    or chest. I tell people it’s like driving a manual stick shift: you have to
    learn how to use the clutch properly to get from 1 gear to the next without
    choking the engine. Classically trained generally refers to someone who has
    studied what is called Bel Canto technique. Pop singer will often have a
    voice coach who is classically trained to help them so that they won’t lose
    their voices from overuse or poor vocal habits.

  8. singbabysing says:

    SOOOOOOOOOOOO Happy you’re getting good from these!

  9. singbabysing says:

    Glad to hear it. Also, check out my website (redesign pages) because
    there’s lots of info that can help you there.

  10. JerseyBobo says:

    Thank you for teaching us in such a fun way. You make learning so easy and
    efficient.

  11. Jaime Lopez Carvajal says:

    Hi, I am having a lot of troubles to talk now, I have to do much effort to
    pronounce a simple word, my neck’s tension is so high. Do you know how I
    can to overcome this problem? tell me more about that new approach, thanks
    in advance.

  12. singbabysing says:

    I’m truly grateful that it’s helping you. Also, you’ve probably read that I
    encourage everyone to use the resources on my website and tell all their
    friends and family about what’s available through all these things.

  13. singbabysing says:

    I noticed that you’re a professor. Often, teachers have vocal problems
    because they have to speak for so many hours per day and no one has trained
    them how to use their vocal cords properly for such long periods of time.
    How long have you had trouble with this tension? Have you seen a doctor
    about your voice?

  14. ZeboKiedis says:

    how come when i breath out im supposed to keep the diaphragm out??? didnt
    you say that when i breath out i put the diaphragm in? (in the dog pant) or
    is it just for that exercise? and do i inhale with my nose? or with my
    mouth too? thanx!!!

  15. singbabysing says:

    Good questions. Yes, the diaphragm naturally goes “in” as you exhale. What
    I mean by keeping it out as you exhale is that you don’t want it to
    “collapse” to fast. The more focused your breath is, the more power you
    will have for the tone. Some people say to inhale with the nose, some say
    with the mouth. I personally use both but do not do it consciously.

  16. vinayak a says:

    hey u said the longer u keap the better ur vocals get so i wanted to ask u
    what would be the idol or good time to keap this leaky tire for for heavy
    metal vocals??by the way ivisit ur site regularly but most of it is under
    construction 🙁

  17. singbabysing says:

    Sorry about the “under construction” on my site. I do everything myself so
    it all takes a lot of time. But I’m hoping to get some help one of these
    days so I can help more people with their voice. Do the leaky tire as often
    and long as you can to build up your lung capacity.

  18. vinayak a says:

    what is a good time for rock vocalist to hold leaky tyre now currently i am
    able to hold for 45 sec?

  19. singbabysing says:

    Great question. The answer is as long as you can. Keep challenging yourself
    to increase it by 1 second each time you do it. I’ve seen people get up to
    2 minutes and more. Everything you can do to increase your breath power
    helps.

  20. prelevich says:

    Hi! I have a question: when we breathe in (before doing the exercise),
    should we only breathe into our stomach, into the lungs or both? Thank you!

  21. singbabysing says:

    Technically, we breath only into the lungs, but I think you’re asking about
    using the diaphragm. There’s a great graphic on my website that shows what
    happens: singbabysing*dot*com/sbs/images/breathing*dot*mov

  22. vinayak a says:

    joy my voice is cracky and i have extremly bad singing accent is there any
    way i can improve this

  23. singbabysing says:

    Sorry it took so long for me to reply to your question. The answer is, yes,
    you can improve. Not sure exactly what you are doing because I can’t find a
    video of you singing. Do you have one?

  24. vinayak a says:

    ok i will make one and post plz do tell me 🙂

  25. SEXyInWhItE says:

    I don’t know how loud my shhhh should be… The gentlest the better, right?
    Thank you for the great lesson 8D!

  26. RaidenTheAlmighty says:

    Ive been practicing but i still seem to exhale to much when i sing. got any
    tips?

  27. singbabysing says:

    Envision the sound as a golden thread that goes through your top 2 front
    teeth. It’s that compact. Compress your breath to get that feeling. It’s
    what will produce a BIG sound. More air doesn’t make for more voice so try
    to feel the sound like that golden thread going out of your mouth through
    your teeth.

  28. RaidenTheAlmighty says:

    ok, thanks for the advice.

  29. singbabysing says:

    It’s good to keep it expanded for as long as possible when singing because
    doing so allows you to release the breath with more control, which in turn
    helps keep your throat from tightening.

  30. braindamage says:

    I experience MAJOR pressure in my nasal cavity and in my throat (by my
    liphnodes) when I do this exorcise. It doesn’t start right away, just as I
    go on with the exorcise. I get so frustrated I stop doing it. I can’t tell
    if I’m doing it right because it is so hard for me to do. HHEELLLPPP!!!

  31. singbabysing says:

    I’ve never had anyone write to me before about a problem like that. It
    could be that you’re pushing out the air too hard. Think of the air
    escaping by itself rather than you having to push it out. Let me know how
    it goes.

  32. braindamage says:

    Thanks a lot, I need to be able to hold my diaphragm expanded longer.
    Laying on my back eases the pressure too. Thank you for the advice it
    helped me so much!

  33. braindamage says:

    Thank you for all your great exorcise! I am in a beginning vocal class at
    my college now and you really give me some great exorcise to work on.
    Directing air to the TOP of my two front teeth helps tremendously. I love
    vocal teachers so much!!! THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELPFUL VIDEOS!!!

  34. When you begin singing with the lyrics, begin practicing with the primary verse, until you are snug with it. Then transfer on to the next verse.

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