Let's get straight to the point. I experimented with my breath control and suddenly placed my palm on my chest. I don't know why, but this way I felt an even clearer, utter ease in the tone. It felt easier to sing. Literally! And then I tried to rehearse the vocals otherwise, but in the same quality and ease in the singing. I mean without pressing my palm against my chest. And I gradually managed to clarify the tone with an even better breath control and clean placement. I could catch up with the "prank version" more or less and that is pretty cool! The tone is clearer. But I feel a sort of pressure in my lower abdomen. Like it wants to tighten as I inhale more and more. It feels MUCH more better, no doubt about it, but I am not sure whether it is all right to feel my lower tummy generating pressure therefore tightens the area. I also experimented with this and I found that the more pressure I maintain and control in the abdomen, the clearer and easier my overall singing is. And by the way, the more pressure I create the less/0.000 strain I feel in the chest and neck area. It literally feels like a skyrocket! As if singing would be nothing but easy. In contrast to this, if I don't create pressure down in my ab, I start to feel losing my brightness and mobility in the sound. So today, after the discovery I was singing with a tight belly because this way it's better. I reckon so. But I am jolly curious about Your opinions. Is the abdominal pressure an appropriate way to develop my performance or it should be just loose? It may seems a silly question, but I'd like to hear about Your remarks.
Best regards :-)