#6
This is awesome. I love original stuff like this where it's not just someone playing wonderwall exactly as you would expect it to be played (which i do all the time but what can ya do). My only problem is that a lot of times you don't quite make it up to the high notes in the chorus- you fall just on a flat side. It sounds like its JUST out of your range, so tuning a half step down might solve that problem. Otherwise, entirely enjoyable- good stuff.

c4c? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1181586


i just realized that you did tune down... oops. maybe one more half step? haha
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Last edited by iconoclast816 at Aug 12, 2009,
#7
Quote by iconoclast816
This is awesome. I love original stuff like this where it's not just someone playing wonderwall exactly as you would expect it to be played (which i do all the time but what can ya do). My only problem is that a lot of times you don't quite make it up to the high notes in the chorus- you fall just on a flat side. It sounds like its JUST out of your range, so tuning a half step down might solve that problem. Otherwise, entirely enjoyable- good stuff.

c4c? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1181586


i just realized that you did tune down... oops. maybe one more half step? haha

I was tuned down to Eb to help my voice. BUT, it was later at night when I recorded it, and I had other people sleeping in the house, so I didn't want to belt out Pokerface and wake them. I can hit those notes most of the time if I try.

I also have a cold. But these are just excuses. I feel like I'm a decent singer, but I could be better, I would love to get vocal lessons or something. I will check yours out now.