Voice Lesson: How To Sing From The Diaphragm (Part 2)

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43 thoughts on “Voice Lesson: How To Sing From The Diaphragm (Part 2)

  1. I always had a problem with understanding how to expand my diaphragm when I
    was younger but now that I’m older I understand it because of human anatomy
    class. And these lessons are also very helpful and easily understandable.
    Some tutorials kind of bore me but yours are like perfect.

  2. Oh wow, was just randomly here on this tutorial (after watching part
    1) trying to learn how to improve my vocal skills and in the beginning of
    the video recognize my cousin in the gray shirt and he can definitely sing
    so I WILL stay tuned and do all the exorcises!

  3. Your lessons are sooo good. Pray the lord you’re perfect. I had a lot
    lessons by vocal coaches but I’ve never felt this freeness of my voice. I
    watched your first 4 videos n did what you said and this helped more than
    the fehlt like 50 Hour lessons i hat before. Perfect, excellent!! Thank

  4. I managed to move my stomach,and my back..while breathing…but I can’t
    expand my rib cage while doing that.I can only expand it if a take a deep
    full breath in the lungs….what could be the problem?

  5. I did your diaphragm exercise and I can tell you my throat was soo relaxed
    I started to sing and I could not believe how RICH my voice sounded!!!! You
    are the best thank you!!

  6. hello sir.. I saw your lessons first time… I hv a question that while
    doing this I m feeling so tired I my breath gets longer.. is it normal???
    will I answer me plzz…

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