Learn How to Sing Without Running Out of Air, 

Even if You’ve Tried Lessons & Exercises in the Past...

and Still Found Yourself Breathless.

Learn to last through your phrases for singing, even if you've never sung before or  you've been totally lost trying to make sense of all the techniques out there... 

 The Problem: You're running out of air when you sing... when you're out of air, 

it’s not just those epic long notes that are tough,

everything in your singing is harder

Breathing is to singing what the gas pedal and brake pedal is to a car. To sing a note, it starts with air flow moving at a certain speed. The speed you drive is critical to your effectiveness and safety…the speed, pressure rate, volume, shape and smoothness of air dictates how everything else in your singing will go.

So when you run out of air, it's like you're stranded in the middle of nowhere with no gas in the car. You'll get a helpless feeling like your out of control. When you sing, you'll feel your body tighten to try to squeeze out that last bit of air and feel your throat constrict, which makes it soooo hard to focus on or change anything in your singing, because there is literally NO ROOM for your voce to move.

Or maybe you don't feel that? Maybe instead you just involuntarily inhale in the middle of a long note without even intending to? Or your voice breaks into a yodel and becomes weak and breathy?

Wasn't singing supposed to be a free-ing experience? Cathartic? It's kind of hard to enjoy singing and expressing yourself if you literally can't breathe.

 The Solution: The Sing All Note Long Course

This course can help you more than anything else out there. This is why:

The Sing All Note Long course includes 1-on-1 feedback…good luck finding that with most other courses for singing

The Sing All Note Long course was created by Chris, who has experienced and overcome exactly what you’re experiencing when it comes to running out air and has helped hundreds of others do the same thing.

The Sing All Note Long course isn’t limited to showing you one method or technique. It’s a curation of 13 years of research of nearly all the breathing techniques out there, distilled down to one easy-to-apply course.

The Sing All Note Long course is specifically designed to not just show you the best techniques for improving your breathing, but helps you sense you’re own unique breathing habits that will affect and change how you apply the exercises FOR YOU.

Let's get some myths out of the way

“To sing louder, you need to push more air out”

That is DEAD WRONG! This is the underlying assumption we think whenever we are seeing singers sing loud notes, but it’s actually THE OPPOSITE!

If your speaking habits are in good shape, you can try this experiment:

Have fingers touching your lips to notice your airflow and say at a soft, almost whispered volume, “hello, how are you?” notice how much air comes out. Now do the same thing but at a loud volume.

If your speaking habits are in good shape and/or your singing habits weren’t triggered by accident, you’ll hopefully notice that LESS air comes out when you make louder sounds. 

 "Just Support More" ...wait what? 

That’s not exactly wrong, it’s just usually not helpful because what does support even mean? If you are able to speak without running out of air throughout the day, why learn how to “support” when you can, first, use the natural ability you have in your speech to last through phrases?  Start with the low hanging fruit, yeah? Your technique and voice will thank you.

"You have to take in a big breath"

Actually, sometimes that helps, sometimes that is the OPPOSITE of what you want to do! Why is that? The more air you take in, the higher air pressure you’ll feel inside your body and the stronger the urge to let your air out. Try holding a small amount of air in. Now take a huge breath in and try holding that in. If your habit is underfill with air, you might find it easier to hold back that larger amount of air. But if you tend to over fill with air as a default habit, it might make things quite uncomfortable and making everything in your singing harder.

"Sing from Your Diaphragm!"

Oh no, this term again! When will it die? I was told this same phrase when I first started singing, Be assured, if you aren’t singing from your diaphragm, you’re dead. You can’t breathe in or out without using the diaphragm.

So even saying “sing from your diaphragm” is like saying “breathe with your lungs”. You can’t choose to breathe with or without your lungs, so you’re left to create a meaning out of the term or hope that the teacher will find some other way to help you understand whatever on earth they are talking about.

Here is what “singing from the diaphragm” sometimes (depending who you talk to) means: sing so that you do not feel that you are controlling the flow of air by tightening your throat, but instead using several muscles all the way from the bottom of your pelvis to the bottom of the chest and upper back. How do you know if you’re doing that?

You need feedback. You need to be able to send a video or audio of yourself singing and have a teacher who can point out your unique habits that make it tough to last  on long notes. A teacher that has worked with hundreds of students easily sing those loooong notes in their song. Not just that though, someone who knows exactly what you’re going through...

Oh Yes, I've been there...

​When I first started singing, every note I sung felt like I had to squeeze and push out all of my air. I had no natural talent for singing and no idea how to last on the longer notes in a song. I actually spent YEARS singing this way.

What I needed was for someone to say “hey, this is exactly how you are losing air when you sing, this is EXACTLY what you can move to make that easier, and this is how you can tell you’re on the right track, and all of this will feel less effortful and more comfortable”.

This is why I created the course. I listened to and practiced the myths or rather vague instructions like "project" "support" for YEARS and singing felt like I was fighting my voice, all the time.

When I went to college, the "experts" had no idea how to help. So searched far and wide through all the voice faculty in my college, spent hours and hours pouring over books, working with teachers and methods all over the world spending thousands of dollars and hours of time to get a clear, concrete "this-is-what-you-move-and-how" instructions so that I could sing loooong notes without running out of air and without pushing or forcing or fighting with my voice.

When I found what worked, I shared it! I taught it! Then I quickly realized: EVEN IF you have the techniques that work, each person is a special snowflake. That means that to find the right breathing technique, you have to first sense what your actual breathing technique looks like right now. Do you overfill with air taking in too much air? Do you underfill with air and go through half a song without even inhaling? How do you notice all these things in your singing WHILE your singing?!

This is why people take voice lessons, because in addition to knowing the right techniques for your breathing, you also have to observe the invisible breathing habits you've been living with for a good portion of your lifetime!

OMG that sounds impossible! Well...yes and no. It's VERY difficult. This is what make THIS breathing course so special. You're gonna flip. In the breathing course, you'll submit a recording your singing, and I will help YOU see what your invisible breathing habits are, so that even if you aren't taking regular lessons with a teacher, you can get a solid sense of your own breathing habits and see how you need to recalibrate your technique to account for that. So if I notice that you overfill with air? I'll point you over to the "underfilling" part of the course!

Singing is such a personal and individual art form: no singer sounds exactly alike. You, as the special snowflake that you are, will also get pointed to the parts of the course that are likely to be extra helpful for you, while you have access to all the other techniques should so that you are able to find your balance in breathing technique, for life!

The Sing All Note Long  Course

Sing away without taking your breath away

Enroll for $97 

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FAQ: Questions? Find Your Answers Below

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What is the Sing All Note Long  Course? 

​The sing on air course is a comprehensive video course that helps you skip endless hours of research through all the various techniques, teachers and perspectives out there when it comes to breathing technique for singing and synthesizes all those techniques into straight-forward, bite-sized videos, PDFs and one-on-one feedback that helps you get quick, concrete, undeniable results.

Is the Sing All Note Long Course for me?

The Sing All Note Long course is for you if you are a beginning or an intermediate singer to help you sing your songs without running out of air, becoming breathless or hyperventilating and/or straining your voice when you sing.

If you don't know where to start with singing, this is the place to start IF you can already sing in reliably in tune.
If you have been singing for a few years and you feel like you (literally) need a breath of fresh air with your voice and how you use it, this course is for you.

The Sing All Note Long Course is For You If:

The Sing All Note Long course is for you if you are a beginning or an intermediate singer to help you sing your songs without running out of air, becoming breathless or hyperventilating and/or straining your voice when you sing.

If you don't know where to start with singing, this is the place to start IF you can already sing in reliably in tune.

If you have been singing for a few years and you feel like you (literally) need a breath of fresh air with your voice and how you use it, this course is for you.

The Sing All Note Long Course is NOT for You If: 

You don't know if you can sing in tune or when you are out of tune (you'll want to have a clear idea of this skill and where you are at with this skill before taking this course)

You never run out of air when you sing.

You almost never sing breathy by accident.

You don't run into vocal fatigue when you sing for long periods of time. 

Am I too old to sing or get better? 

Are you 90 years young? You are never “too old” to sing or get better! You can, however, be too young. There are major design changes I would have to make for this course to work with children, so I don’t recommend anyone take this course younger than 13 years old. I’ve see a lot of success with all other ages :)

How long are the videos?

Each video is no more than 30min long (usually 10-15min) and comes with a bonus of sample practice schedules that will make it easy to choose YOUR timeline and goals.

What If I don’t do the exercises right though? 

The course comes with a 20min mini-lesson to make sure you’re on the right track, a chance to send in video or audio of yourself singing at the beginning of the course for feedback and another chance at the end, AND the Video exercises in the course train you to better sense your own breathing, so you’ll be at a better place from that point onward to sense your own improvement!

What if I can’t tell if I’m improving? 

This is the magic of sending in your recording at the beginning of the course! You’ll get to see at the end of the course your improvement on one exercise and one song that you’ve chosen for that course.

I’ve taken lessons in the past and have done online courses before without success, will this still work for me?

​Assuming you put in the practice, you WILL improve. What I LOVE about this course is that success will have some very clear metrics for success: We’ll take an exhale, a held note and a song as our 3 “before and after” recordings at the beginning of the course so you can see that you’ve improved by the end of the course.

How’s it gonna feel, to finally sing AND really, actually breathe? 

​For breathy/out of air singers:

You're going to come away with this course having a lot more confidence and feeling much more solid in your singing technique. You'll feel and hear how your voice is less breathy, stronger and more stable. You'll feel assured that you'll know what to do if you miss an inhale before that loooong note. 

For singers who feel like they have to fight with their voice to sing:

You'll feel like you can let go, breathe easy and relax into better singing technique. You'll better notice when your stopping or pushing too much air (which ends up translating into too much effort) and feel 

Enjoy singing, without straining

Experience how much easier it is to sing when you last through your phrases and finally understand what exactly you do for that to happen. 

Feel more confident when you perform…you’ll have air!

Nothing takes away your confidence like running out of air mid-note when performing, this course will give you that edge.

Accomplish a New Milestone in Your Singing

The concrete exercises and before & after recordings you’ll make will help you get a clear sense of accomplishment in your singing.

Sing Beautifully

Singing more beautifully is always connected to how you breathe. So let’s breathe better!

“I can’t speak highly enough of Chris. He has far exceeded my expectations as a vocal coach. Before I met Chris I was skeptical that I could even become a better singer. I wasn’t sure if lessons would even make a difference. After a couple months of taking
lessons with Chris...

Si Win 

Here’s What You’ll Get When You Sign Up:

When you sign up, you'll get instant access to over 25 videos + PDF Guides for easy reference when you practice. This course is set-up for you to go at your own pace. You can move through the entire course in a month, but the exercises are relevant for life. That means you'll revisit them time and time again to find balance, power and freedom in your singing while you can discover more and more  benefits in your singing over your lifetime. 

25+ Video Lessons with PDF Guides 

Each short and easy-to-follow video gives you concrete exercises to work with and demonstrations.

A New Singing PenPal! 

Want some feedback? Send Chris twice monthly progress audio files to get some one-on-one feedback and encouragement! 

The Guide to Consistency  

Not sure if you’ll stick with it? I got you covered! You’ll also receive the Guide to Consistency, a practice guide for being consistent in your singing practice and life.

Practice Schedules for any schedule. 

The Casual Hobby Singer Schedule:

10min practice a day, 1 class per week
The Go Getter Schedule: 1 class per day, 30min practice per day

Here's what’s in the Sing All Note Long Course 


Module 1: The Exhale & 3 Ways to Last Through a Phrase 

There are THOUSANDS of exercises for the exhale out there, where do you start!?  In this module, we break down them down to just 3 main ways. 

The same exact exhale technique and exercise can be AMAZING for one singer and not helpful at all for another! So in this module, we cover the exhale from completely different angles like "The Hold",  "The Float", "The Slow Release" and more so you can better sense which exhales are helpful vs unhelpful for you. 


Module 2: A Breath of Fresh Air  
All About the Inhale 

Is your inhale shallow and tight? Not sure how to breathe in with ease? Not sure how to breathe in between those short moments between phrases? This module is for you! We cover "The Deep Inhale Reflex" and "The Deep Active Inhale" which are lessons that you help you breathe in deeply without even trying, and breathe in fully.


Module 3: Let’s Get Some Breathing Room
Where Do We Breathe and How Much? 

Where do we breathe for singing? Into the belly? the back? How much air do we need for singing? How can we breathe better between phrases? 


Module 4: Singing on Air
How Your Voice Turns Air into Those EPIC Long Notes 

In this module, we'll take a look at how our voice turns air into sound and how it can help us last through phrases, sing less breathy, reduce tension in our singing and feel more clearly what's happening when we sing.

I have been a musician and singer all my life but have had some trouble understanding the theories behind correct singing and their practical applications. I have always known I needed help with certain aspects of my singing, but I didn't even know how to explain what I needed help with in a way that made sense. With Chris I feel I am finally going somewhere better with my voice and my
understanding of what singing is.

Annie D. 


Bonus Sessions and Features 

Bonus 1
Car-Practice MP3 Tracks! :-D

Get sample practice tracks in a comfortable range to practice your brand spankin’ new breathing techniques!

Bonus 2
 1-on-1 Help Session :) 

When you sign up for the course, you’ll receive one free 20min 1-on-1 voice lesson with Chris so that if you get stuck at any point, you’ll have the help you need to succeed. :) 

Bonus 3
Practice Cheat Sheets ;) 

If time, attention and energy is a challenge for you, I’ve got you covered!

The 5min Shower Practice Cheat Sheet
The 5min Car Practice Cheat Sheet
The 5min No-One-Will-Know Practice Cheat Sheet

The course includes the cheat sheets and set-up video so that not only is it easy to get to practice, but your eyes are opened on just how much easier it is to practice singing vs most other skills (because your voice is ALWAYS with you and you have to breathe all day, every day, anyway).

Yes, you can practice your breathing without even making a sound! This cheat sheet sets you up to practice on a plane, elevator, etc. 

The Sing All Note Long  Course

Sing away without taking your breath away

Enroll for $97 

Pre-Order Now for $47

About The Course Teacher,
Chris Abdo 

Chris Abdo went from not being able to match a single pitch (often referred to as 'tone deaf') to winning a state competition in high school, obtaining a degree in voice, and working with teachers that span the singing world...from Metropolitan Opera stars, to Juilliard graduates, to researchers ​ in the field of voice science. 

What he discovered along the way was that many teachers had talent first, skill second. Because Chris had to learn byskill first, he was able to fill in the gaps from the absolute beginner singer to the good (or even professional) singer. Helping hundreds of students succeed at singing no matter where they start from, Chris can confidently say "of course you can learn to sing!". 

That wasn't the end of the story though. What about when you're stuck? When you have the right exercises but don't seem to know how to do them correctly? This burning question launched a 15-year journey to better understand how singing is a movement, how movements are habits and how we can see past the movement habits that blind us and limit us in our singing. This inspired Chris to create the Breathing for Singing Course. The course not only has a bird's eye view of the main techniques out there that are helpful for breathing, but also helps YOU sense your own unique vocal and breathing habits more clearly. 

Here’s what people are saying about Chris...

An Adventure in Personal Discovery Development

“Working with Chris is and adventure in personal discovery and development. As a retired research librarian I had to asky myself why.

— Actively Diagnostic — Chris found out for himself where I actually am. We started with a (very) short music / singing history, a directional goal based on what I hoped to do, then actual breath and sound work to find out what my breath and sound was at that very moment. He even used that diagnostic process to begin to help me become aware of what I’m doing now. For example, to breathe in a specific way and notice what happened, and describe it. Then breathe a different way and compare it. Already I was learning the physical awareness I need to develop.

— Discovery not Dogma.– After the first month of lessons I still haven’t been told what ‘the right way’ to do something is. At least not by Chris.
My whole body is telling me what it prefers to do when I’m not telling it to things ‘my’ way.


siGn Up Now 

25+ Video Lessons

 PDF Guides

20min Lesson

Practice Schedules 

Practice Cheat Sheets: 

The 5min Shower Practice Cheat Sheet
The 5min Car Practice Cheat Sheet
The 5min No-One-Will-Know Practice Cheat Sheet

MP3 Car-Practice Tracks

Enroll for $97 

Pre-Order Now for $47

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A Note from Chris...

This is the course I wish I had when I first started singing, when I felt frustrated and alone in my singing journey a few years in and is now the course I still come back to again and again to balance my breathing technique. I've put my heart and soul into this course and I can't wait to have this be a life-long companion in your singing journey!