Voice Lesson: How To Sing From The Diaphragm (Part 4)

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This four part Singing Lesson video series for all the singers out there who are interested in how to sing from the diaphragm. You should do the exercises in this voice lesson every day for a week or until you can feel the results I describe in this video.

Do this if you want to achieve maximum results in learning how to sing properly from the diaphragm.

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41 thoughts on “Voice Lesson: How To Sing From The Diaphragm (Part 4)

  1. I’m 13 and almost fainted at the 35 second mark, but finally did it and was
    chuffed (for all Americans out there that means happy) and then he said 40
    seconds I was like dude!! seriously!!

  2. Is it normal for the “hiss” to become a little softer the longer you go?
    Because I kinda can’t hear my own hiss when i reach past 35 seconds….

  3. Ok, I am 10 yrs old. I was so close to 40 seconds! I only had 3 seconds
    left. And I did exactly what you told me to do. Is that ok for a ten hear

  4. Thank you very much Eric. Your teaching really help me in the way I learn
    how to sing songs. I take your lessons along with my private lessons. Thank
    you again Eric. I think that you are wonderful servant of God.

  5. Eric, THANK YOU. Your excercises are the best. Do them every day and my
    voice is getting better and better and I’m getting more confortable each
    day. Keep it up! Thanks again, from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  6. Thank you Lord i found the awesome vocal coach i was looking for here on
    youtube. Eric i am going to do those lessons everyday.thanks a lot!!!God
    bless you for teaching us

  7. thank you so much! it’s the clearest, most down to earth, simple way of
    teaching diaphragm breathing i have ever saw! AWESOME!

  8. hey man… thankyou very much… im gonna keep practicing and try this out
    before my rehearsals. hopefully i should see sum big improvements

  9. ok i think i need help.. my “ss” is vibrating right from the beginning, and
    i dont know how to stop ahh its getting me nervous! 😀

  10. I was doing the “ts” and I thought I was doing it for so long that I ran
    out of breath, to later find out that my video was buffering. FML

  11. My abdominal muscles start to strain near the end. The face and shoulder
    are still, but my stomach pulls in. Is this okay?

  12. this reallt helped me a lot im going to do the steps morning, day and
    night, bc Ik im going to make it bc of ur help and ur thoughts…thank u
    ill look forward to seeing more of your videos 🙂

  13. try again later or tomorroe, then go over the stomach, back, and ribs first
    then 360 then this again. it’ll get easier once you get batter at the 360

  14. Hello Eric, Thank you for sharing your video. My question is if I do the 40
    sec exercise 3 times daily, do I still have to do the separate ones you
    demonstrated in the first part? Also this exercise is easy for me, still my
    voice gets very hoarse a few seconds when I sing. It really strains. Any
    remedy? Once again, many thanks. Really appreciate your generosity.

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