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Old 01-24-2015, 12:29 PM   #4841
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ah frick. just realized it wasnt up yet. my bad
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Old 01-24-2015, 12:57 PM   #4842
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there y'all go. leave feedback please.
(first time recording and stuff. its god damn fun.)
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Old 01-24-2015, 01:45 PM   #4843
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Rottingtomb93 You need to get some more push from the diaphragm. Right now, you have engaged the false cords. GREAT, you are well on your way. Now, just work on the power by increasing your projection (same exercises that work for singing work here) and diaphragm strength.

My channel may be of use to you: https://soundcloud.com/david-merriman-1

Take a look at the false cord tutorial and then lets go from there.

Hallucination: We need to get more distortion into your signal. Right now, you have what could develop into a rock tone. You also sound out of breath throughout.

Try this: Try to get the distortion feel in the back of your throat where your uvula is. It will impart some more distortion on it's own as it's beat around. Additionally, try to enhance the feeling of holding your breath. To do this, push from your groin area and hold your diaphragm in the flexed position (down). It sounds strange but this is how you develop the power and attain proper cord closure. Right now, you are blowing too much air.

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