Breathing and singing definitely go hand in hand, but to not all singers have a full grasp on the process of breathing. So in this video, Vocal Coach Ken Taylor describes why we breathe form our diaphragm, how to breathe properly, and provides insight on a few things that singers often do wrong when it comes to breathing and singing. Enjoy!
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Bio: I'm a vocal coach in the Memphis area just looking to help as many singers as I can.
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