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Katarina from http://tips.how2improvesinging.com shares eight common myths about breathing for singing.
Myth 1: The diaphragm is not under voluntary control.
Myth 2: Only opera singers use the diaphragm for singing.
Myth 3: Breathing from the diaphragm means to inhale more air.
Myth 4: The diaphragm "supports" the sound.
Myth 5: The diaphragm inhales and exhales.
Myth 6: Singing from the diaphragm means to push more air out.
Myth 7: When you sing from diaphragm, your vocal cords do not vibrate.
Myth 8: Singing from the diaphragm means to sing louder.
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