How can Breather Voice expand or support voice range?
Range expansion is an indirect result of Respiratory Muscle Training.
As the respiratory muscles are strengthened (and subsequently become more coordinated), this allows for the vocalist to explore upper and lower registers more freely through healthier formless. For example, a singer with strong breath support will be able to sing at the extremes of their register with no strain or tension in the neck.
Proper breath support alone doesn't ensure range expansion; however, range expansion cannot take place without proper breath support.
Comparisson to Expand-a-Lung
In contrast to the Expand-a-lung device, the Breather and Breather Fit allow you to independently increase or adjust the training intensity for inspiratory and expiratory muscles. This is important as your inspiratory muscles, especially your ...
What are the differences between the Original Breather (Blue or Pink), Breather Fit and Breather Voice?
The Breather(Blue and Pink) is lower in resistance. Breather Fit and Breather Voice are higher in resistance. Breather Fit and Voice are the same levels of resistance, just separated from the different resources provided on our website for each user. ...
Can BREATHER FIT be used like BREATHER VOICE?
That is a great question and the answer is, Yes, it can! They are mechanically the same device and provide the same levels of resistance. The only thing that differentiates them is the resources we offer for each of them (videos, training plans, ...
Breather vs Flutter
The Breather is the first drug-free evidenced based Inspiratory/Expiratory Respiratory Muscle Training (RMT) device used by COPD, CHF, Dysphagia, and Neuromuscular disease patients, as well as athletes, singers, and musicians. It trains both ...
What are some benefits of using the Breather?
Benefits of practicing respiratory muscle training (RMT) with the Breather include strengthened inspiratory and expiratory muscles, [improved movement of hyolaryngeal complex], improved airflow through [vocal folds], improved respiratory support for ...