#1
Alright So I've been singing serious since the summer of this year. It took a long time to get comfortable singing to myself.

Any who, I'd like to know what I should work on more

My type of style is blues and Rhythm and blues

recording is on my profile and you also might want to turn up the volume since these mics don't pick up my voice too well.
Last edited by esp1234 at Nov 23, 2009,
#4
its alright for blues i suppose. the guitar playing is all out of time though. you keep stopping for some reason.
#5
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Yeah I realized. I haven't gotten the singing and playing down yet
#9


Ah, forgot to ask. I was wondering if it affects your singing voice by the way you normally talk.

What I mean is that I sometimes make my voice funny-sounding and some days I speak in a lighter tone, and sometimes I speak in a low mumbly tone
Last edited by esp1234 at Nov 24, 2009,
#10
Quote by esp1234


Ah, forgot to ask. I was wondering if it affects your singing voice by the way you normally talk.

What I mean is that I sometimes make my voice funny-sounding and some days I speak in a lighter tone, and sometimes I speak in a low mumbly tone


Well, if you mean permanently, no, I don't think so.

Where I work, I like to use different tonal qualities of my voice with different customers throughout the day, and gauge their reactions to each. It's fun.