Welcome Nemanja! I am very happy to see that we now have two awesome singing instructors! I love your explanation of the diaphragm singing.
Very very nice! Definetly something I'm gonna use a lot of time on!
PS: You got the same forename as my favorite football player ^^
Great first lesson,welcome on board!
Cool lesson Nemanja! Thanks.
Awesome first lesson Welcome to GMC
Oh.. you remind me of Serj Tankian (System of a Down) - both with look and voice colour :-D
Hey that's a cool deep voice Keep up the good work.
Great lesson, thanks a lot!
and thanks to Ivan for helping and editing this lesson
Great Lesson and welcome Nemanja!!!
Great first lesson man ! Welcome to GMC !
Very interesting lesson!! Good Job Nemanja!
Congratulations Nemanja! This is a very good first lesson!!!!
and Welcome to GMC!!!
thanks people...I will try my best in the future...
Excellent More singing lessons!
Great first lesson
welcome nemanja to GMC and great first lesson
I like it, I love it, I need some more of it!
yeah, great lesson !! congratulations
Very good. Very cool voice. Like Jakub said you remind me of Serj Tankian.
Congrats on your first lesson. You did great man!
I´ll make sure to learn those
great first lesson
I have a question about the breathing.
If i breathing in the muscles have to contract, but what does it mean? Before the lesson i just tried my lower parts to expand, but i don't know if there are any muscles contracting. Sorry maybe thats a silly question but i just don't get the thing with the muscles. I thought of the lower cavity as a baloon before but now i am unsure if i am doing it the right way.
Maybe you can give me some more hints.
when you take a breath in(filing your diafragm)...your lower back and your stomack shoud move to the out...when you do the braeth ot(do it slowly)..then you need to feel your muslles, just like when you llei down on your back and try to put your body up...you shoud try one witouth mussles then you have a better idea what am saying...u will see(witouth the mussles0 how your braeth will be short...the mussles are controling instrument of your breath..
Ok i think now i understand. So i have to use my muscles to control the amount of "air" coming out.
Thank you very much!!
Ok, i will practice this for sure!
Great lesson Nemanja!!!Good job....
How long time do you recommend that this lesson is practiced per day ?
well,if you could take 15,20 min out of your dally routine,it would be great.I think that is enough.
I hope I help a little.