Using the Diaphragm – Brighton Singing Lessons

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Brighton Singing Lessons, Free Breath Stamina Exercise. How the Diaphragm works, how to build breathing stamina, and a free exercise to music!

38 thoughts on “Using the Diaphragm – Brighton Singing Lessons

  1. Hannah crowe says:

    this has helped so much thank you, i now sound much better at singing now
    knowing how to control my breath thanks again :D

  2. alex “lexTheGamer” Rodriguez says:

    can anyone sing perfect

  3. Kyle Schipper says:

    I’m a teenager, 14 years old and my voice is soo deep😞 When i sing it
    sounds horrible.. How do i get rid of it. What do i need to do to sing
    good? And not this horrifying😭

    It would help me so much if you could respond …. Thank you! 

  4. sandychik says:

    HI, great help thanks, I just have a question in regards to the pressure on
    the chest muscles to sing, how do you know if you are putting the right
    pressure???, I think Im putting to much pressure on my neck muscles as they
    hurt after I sing, so I have been told the pressure should be on your chest
    muscles, but how do you know your putting the right pressure on them??

  5. Jhomel Dela Cruz says:

    Wow it also relaxes me! How often should i do this exercise? Once a day?

  6. If you don’t mind me asking, what will be the resulting affect for the
    sound of my voice by doing these exercises?

  7. Tushar vispute says:

    Very good singing lesson.This helped me a lot!

  8. rowdy rathod says:

    I got useful tips from this video thanks a lot but i found that i am not
    taking deep breath and m speaking too fast. How can i make my voice
    balanced and smooth like you ?!! i read that honey is good for vocal ,
    please give some tips those who speak too fast and having high pitch .
    thanks a lot , nice work

  9. Jhonsen Lai says:

    Hi there. Should I be concentrating contracting the muscle or inhaling (air
    thru mouth) first? I mean. at times when I sing, I like to focus on my
    stomach and expanding it then the inhaling part. I noticed the air move in
    easily without the huuuhh sound. Is this a good practice? I hope you can
    give me your view on this and I have made my question clear enough.Thanks
    for the vid too.

  10. ViVit Bahana says:

    how the basic technique for singing feels good, thank you

  11. Asoka Rathinam says:

    Very Nice. You have a very nice soothing voice. Keep up your good work.

  12. D'wayne Ealm says:

    This has worked great for me for my support. I do it at least 6 to 7 times
    a day!!!!

  13. Yue Feng Thao says:

    Thank You for the tips and the exercises! 🙂 I appreciated it!

  14. Namelessbubs_ says:

    Awesome thanks 😀 how do I avoid using my throat so much?

  15. Thus Imbulagoda says:

    should the sensation in the chest and ribs area when youre singing
    (exhaling phase) feel tension free?
    I feel as if when i completely relax, the air comes out quickly and the
    tone sounds easy and smooth 

  16. QUEEN TOBIAS says:

    Hi, question, when I am singing, sometimes, my throat hurts. Is that normal
    in singing?

  17. BucketBoyz - Mixtapes & Vines says:

    Is it the same concept for rapping as well? 

  18. Timothy Obrien says:

    i watched for 30 secs im way off , but hopefully its a start

  19. navish kotwal says:

    thanks chip .I want to thank you for your generosity to share your valuable
    techniques which are helping me day by day ….Thankyou very much .This is
    Navish from India

  20. Häijy Velho says:

    Damn, your voice is so beautiful and relaxing. I could listen to you for
    hours.

  21. PIEKART2001 says:

    I thought that was great! Especially in practice how short the inhale is,
    as this is rarely shown in other videos.. so far, regardless of the volume
    level changing in your vid, this is the best diaphragm control lesson I’ve
    seen and I’ve seen a few. You have a natural skill for clear, simple and
    effective teaching so keen to watch more.. 

  22. donniwonni says:

    Thank you for your lesson 🙂 Oh and does having asthma affect your breath
    support in singing? 

  23. Thank you so much for this, of all the books and videos I have seen this
    was the best explanation of how to feel and use the diaphragm for support.

  24. SBS “Aspergican” man says:

    There is a mechanism at work in breathing. The parts include the
    abdominal/thorax muscles, abdominal organs and their compressive forces,
    the lymphatic system (what breathing is really about). For therapeutic
    reasons the chest expands to allow lymph flow in the abdominal organs (most
    lymph nodes here) upward toward the heart (subclavian veins to be precise).
    Look at the area from the throat to pelvis as a series of pressure chambers
    to move fluids (blood and lymph) into proper circulation. There is also an
    area behind the thoracic/abdominal organs called the retro peritoneal and
    retro plural areas that move transversely (back and forth) with the moving
    of the diaphragm up and down. Nice video, thanks! Its all about movement of
    air and fluids and energy period.

  25. I almost passed out on the last pshhhhhh…….. ))) But I’m going to
    practice it now. Thanks!!!

  26. Louise Mott says:

    I’m not sure you are quite right about breathing through the nose for
    ‘classical singing’ – generally for any style of singing, surely it is
    better to breathe through the mouth? There might be occasions when you want
    to breath through the nose, for a slow intake when you have plenty of time,
    but you’ll never get the breath quick enough for a full, low breath through
    the nose, whatever style you sing! As a professional opera singer, I have
    always been advised to breathe through the mouth. 

  27. EarthHumans1st says:

    Excellent video – best one for me! Thank you!

  28. Sarthak Dua says:

    The sweetness and the tone of your voice adds to the already great video
    you made to explain about the diaphragm and the breathing
    technique…….thanks for sharing…….hope I see more of these :)

  29. FABSISTERS says:

    Cool vid, rich talent beautiful show, Fantasic!!!

  30. Edwin Quintero says:

    the sound of your voice is like naturally beautiful and that british
    accent!!

  31. Judith Moreno says:

    This actually helped me 👍🏻

  32. Oscar Rodriguez says:

    do i stand up or sit down for this exercise?

  33. Veni Vidi Amavi says:

    Very very helpful!! Thank you, much appreciated! And your voice is so
    soothing, love your videos(:

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