The (not so) secret way to breathe for singing.

I have taught hundreds of singing lessons over the past few months, and there is a recurring theme in almost all the new students that walk through the Boulder Voice Lesson studio door.

People take in a big breath, puff up the chest, and I expect to hear a huge loud roaring sound, but sometimes it just comes out more like the sound of a mouse.

By the way…. We teach the Lion sound here at Boulder Voice Lessons… Not so much the mouse sound.

The secret to breathing isn’t so much breathing in (but that is a big part of it) as it is allowing the breath to flow out with a constant and steady flow.

The faster that flow of air, the louder and more powerful your sound can be.

Now this isn’t the only aspect of singing, but it’s a pretty important one.

Want to know more? I just published a YouTube lesson on How to Breathe for Singing here:

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