#1
I posted a cover song in my profile about a year ago (it's still there), and the response here was mostly good. But now a year or so later and I did the song again here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KBndMNXOsk

Honestly, I feel like the vocals in my profile are probably better. I feel like I am more comfortable with singing in general, and everything sounds a lot better in my head than it ever has, but I just don't feel like I am progressing. What do you think comparing the two versions of the same cover?
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#2
Quote by guitardude11
I posted a cover song in my profile about a year ago (it's still there), and the response here was mostly good. But now a year or so later and I did the song again here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KBndMNXOsk

Honestly, I feel like the vocals in my profile are probably better. I feel like I am more comfortable with singing in general, and everything sounds a lot better in my head than it ever has, but I just don't feel like I am progressing. What do you think comparing the two versions of the same cover?


The truthe is, you might not be progressing much as both covers sound equally good HOWEVER your voice is already amazingly brilliant, put your torubles aside and just be happy with what you have got. Your ****ing superb!
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#3
Dude, you have an amazing voice, seriously. Keep practicing and it will just get better. Could you actually help me out with some singing techniques like for the little screams and all. Got some problems doing them.

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#4
Well.... I actually liked the older one better. The top end was more open on that one. Now, it could be that singing over a loud accompaniment gave you the confidence to do so more than singing over an acoustic guitar. That's possible.

Question, though.... Okay, so you've been practicing for a year. What have you learned in that time about voice production? How have you changed your knowledge, technique, or approach to singing?

In order to improve, you have to identify your strengths and weaknesses, and work using a focused strategy to improve those weaknesses and bring out those strengths. Otherwise, you're practicing doing things the way you've always done them, and the end result will be the same as you have always done.

This is exactly why I approach the advice of "just keep practicing" with a certain amount of wariness.

CT
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I know it sounds crazy, but try to learn to inhale your voice. www.thebelcantotechnique.com

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