#1
Does singing quietly=bad singing loudly=good?

Do most singers sing loud if you took their mics out?

I think I sound better if I sing a bit quieter.
#2
Yes, you need to sing pretty loud to have any power in your voice.
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#3
Not if your deaf.
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#4
Depends on the type of song really. You don't wanna yell if your doing a soft acoustic piece. And you don't wanna sing quietly if your doing a high energy rocking song.
#5
I sound better quieter...in a breathy voice,as far as being pleasing to the ears...every once in awhile,if I'm singing cleanly,to give off a sense of power and range,I'll sing loudly,or rather strongly,which usually means amplification...but yeah...Quiet is good for the people who can't sing very well...strong voices can sing loudly...I think

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#6
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Depends on the type of song really. You don't wanna yell if your doing a soft acoustic piece. And you don't wanna sing quietly if your doing a high energy rocking song.


Glen Hansard did it.
#7
I think Nick Drake would sound awful loud.
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#8
I need to sing loud to sing high.

I have a very low voice, like "indoor" voice I crack out at a B.
Loud belting out voice I can squeak out a D.
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#9
I sing really loudly. It's the only way I can get the tone I want, and the only way I can get my favorable range. When I sing Hey Johnny Park by the Foo Fighters, I'm almost shouting at some parts. If you are singing that loud, it is ESSENTIAL that your warm up your voice beforehand.
#10
Usually. It makes you sound a lot more confident, and if I sing to quietly my voice gets too nasally and breathy.
#11
If I sing quietly I can't really hit notes or hold notes well at all. I don't know why or anything. It's really annoying.

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#12
when you sing louder, you're more metal. when you're more metal, you're cooler, and therefore it doesn't matter whether or not you're any good.
#13
I can belt out a high a# above the tenor high a# in chest voice. So I'm good. Indoor voice means I can tenor, no bass.
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#14
Just for fun watch American Idol The ones who try to sing loud are usually told its over the top. It does not take a brain surgeon to tell when someone is singing loudly or softly
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Glen Hansard did it.


Sully Erna from Godsmack also has some pretty soft acoustic songs matched with heavy lyrics. I really like the acoustic Keep Away song.