guitarwarrior96
Registered User
Join date: Mar 2009
443 IQ
#1
Don't be to harsh on me, I just started to (try) Learning how to scream/growl and sing. I want some nice critics about what can i improve.
This Cover doesn't have any effects other than a little of Reverb.]
I used a simple Samson Usb Mic Q1u and Studio One 2 for recording

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kt0UrWltXOQ

Edit: I have a particular interest in get that raw fire, that some singers have; like Joe Duplantier (Gojira), Matt Heafy (Trivium), etc.
"Una vez invitados a ejercer el escrutinio crítico, será demasiado tarde para volver a recurrir a la fe ciega."


Gear:
Eleven rack
Ibanez RT
Studio One 2
IK Stealth Pedal
Redwirez Impulses
Last edited by guitarwarrior96 at Mar 18, 2013,
Bazz22
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Join date: Jun 2011
246 IQ
#2
Screaming has potential. It almost sounds to0 throaty at times. Also, getting better synchronization with the song would help everything be smoother.

Singing wasn't the best, but it could definitely be remedied.
j777p
Registered User
Join date: Aug 2012
10 IQ
#3
Check out The Zen of Screaming by Melissa Cross
guitarwarrior96
Registered User
Join date: Mar 2009
443 IQ
#4
Quote by j777p
Check out The Zen of Screaming by Melissa Cross


I have part 1 and 2, I also have Ken tamplin vocal academy. I got them a couple of weeks ago
"Una vez invitados a ejercer el escrutinio crítico, será demasiado tarde para volver a recurrir a la fe ciega."


Gear:
Eleven rack
Ibanez RT
Studio One 2
IK Stealth Pedal
Redwirez Impulses
j777p
Registered User
Join date: Aug 2012
10 IQ
#5
The Zen of Screaming helped me a lot with screaming and a little bit for singing. I would say just try to pronunciate the words more when screaming and don't look straight up, it can strain your vocal cords