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Hi!

I was here before writing about how to get the liprolls work.

Just worked a lot on support now, and I realized that I have to focus more on my waist to move outwards, rather than focusing on my belly going inwards and the diaphragm outwards. I can focus on moving my belly inwards and the diapgragm goes outwards, but my waistband somehow won't move outwards when I focus on my belly. Although, when I think of the waist, my whole throat gets released and I feel that especially when I do wailings.

But to this, I wanted to ask if correct support can release jaw and tounge tension? I used to control pitch with my throat ofcourse. Now I learn to control it with my waist. Somehow, I can also do the liprolls now, when my waist is activated! :)

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Hi!

I was here before writing about how to get the liprolls work.

Just worked a lot on support now, and I realized that I have to focus more on my waist to move outwards, rather than focusing on my belly going inwards and the diaphragm outwards. I can focus on moving my belly inwards and the diapgragm goes outwards, but my waistband somehow won't move outwards when I focus on my belly. Although, when I think of the waist, my whole throat gets released and I feel that especially when I do wailings.

But to this, I wanted to ask if correct support can release jaw and tounge tension? I used to control pitch with my throat ofcourse. Now I learn to control it with my waist. Somehow, I can also do the liprolls now, when my waist is activated! :)

the vocal fold's primary responsibility is pitch changes

support is directly related to pitch accuracy.

support can help redirect tension.

bob

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Hi!

Thanks! :)

Btw, will it be easier to use support when we breathe correctly? I got an exercise of how to breathe correctly for singing. I'm supposed to sing, than when I release my support, I breathe in new air, but I still have some "old" air and the more I sing the more I have air and I feel I have to blast out all that air so I don't choke myself with so much air :P

ALthough, I increased a few pitches, by doin' this exercise. But am I supposed to take in even less air?

Thanks!

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Hi!

Thanks! :)

Btw, will it be easier to use support when we breathe correctly? I got an exercise of how to breathe correctly for singing. I'm supposed to sing, than when I release my support, I breathe in new air, but I still have some "old" air and the more I sing the more I have air and I feel I have to blast out all that air so I don't choke myself with so much air :P

ALthough, I increased a few pitches, by doin' this exercise. But am I supposed to take in even less air?

Thanks!

i have found (assuming you are going at this w/o an instructor), is to get a good book and simply read about the body and the breathing function as it pertains to singing.

start from the beginning, not the middle or the end. get the basics down.

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