#1
I've began to really start singing more than I have been the last couple of months. I have a pretty good voice, but when I sing with distortion it's weaker than when I sing without it. Does anyone have the same problem? Does anyone know anyone know how to stop this?
"I'm no professah!"
~Henry Rollins
#3
Do you mean screaming?
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#4
I think he means singing with a little grit.
Like a badass voice. Judging by his username, he might be aiming for a hetfield type voice.
#7
Sorry, It's kinda hard to explain. What I'm trying to say is, I have a fairly good voice while playing acoustic or just alone. When I sing while playing my guitar with distortion, my voice gets to a higher pitch that sounds pretty bad.
"I'm no professah!"
~Henry Rollins
#8
Oh, you're over-compensating for the volume and aggressiveness of the guitar, and your vocal strength probably isn't quite developed enough for it. Just work developing strength, you'll get better at it.
#9
Quote by \m/-Metallica
Sorry, It's kinda hard to explain. What I'm trying to say is, I have a fairly good voice while playing acoustic or just alone. When I sing while playing my guitar with distortion, my voice gets to a higher pitch that sounds pretty bad.


I have the same problem actually. I can sing acoustically in my bedroom to a few friends and it sounds pretty good, but when I step up to a mic with a distorted guitar I don't sound so great. I guess what chaingarden said was right, just gotta practice and build up strenth.