nariza77 Posted April 9, 2013 Share Posted April 9, 2013 So I've been trying to figure out how to breathe/sing with my diaphragm, but I've realized that as long as I make a sound, my chest/ribs deflate faster than diaphragm. If I focus on not deflating chest/ribs, I end up breathing with it. Initially I've been trying to breath deep and full with my diaphragm, but when I breathe out with ss sound, my chest deflates much faster than my expanded diaphragm/stomach. I guess I am still singing with chest? If I breath out without a sound, my chest/ribs dont deflate as fast. Once I even add a tiny bit of sound with vocal folds, my chest starts to deflate. My main problem is I dont know how to have the sound come from my diaphragm. I still breath with diaphragm, but sing with chest. Am I supposed to sing deeper or something to feel diaphragmic singing? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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