Tuesday, March 15, 2016

How Do I Whistle Things With My Mouth?

Having the knowledge to whistle can be a great way to improve your musical ability and develop a new skill that will last you a lifetime. Learning to whistle will make it possible for you to create loud musical noises without much effort. This skill can even save your life, if you are stuck in the middle of nowhere and need to call for help. Whistling requires very little energy, and when done well can create loud and effective noises.

Step 1

Pull back the corners of your lips so that they are stretching toward your ears. The upper teeth may show, but your bottom teeth should be completely covered.

Step 2

Align your tongue in the center of your mouth. It should float in the middle of your mouth to create a ramp for the air to flow over. The tip of your tongue should be in line with the ridge of your bottom teeth.

Step 3

Inhale into your diaphragm (the muscles in your stomach). Feel your sides and stomach expanding and push the air out forcefully using your abdominal muscles.

Step 4

Direct the air under tongue and up through the sides of your mouth to create an effective whistle.