A singer has many ways to control airflow, but the primary regulator is the diaphragm. This sheet-like muscle runs horizontally beneath your ribs and draws air into your lungs when it contracts and flattens. One of the crucial keys to good singing is using the precise amount of breath support to control the vocal cords. Often in untrained singers, air comes out in large gushes that overwhelm the vocal cords, and push up on the larynx. One of the central goals of Voice Breakthrough is to help you find that perfect balance of air support and vocal cord tension. Most singers are surprised by how little air is needed to create a powerful sound once the Balance Point is reached.
These videos are only a small taste of what you’ll learn in Voice Breakthrough. By watching just these video samples and using the techniques outlined, you’ll see a significant improvement in your singing and speaking on a basic level. If you want to take your voice to the next level, you need the full program. It’s chock-full of cutting edge techniques like the ones in these videos. Click here if you want to enjoy the strengthening benefits of the entire program.