#1
I know this probably sounds like every other thread about singing out there, so I apologize ahead of time.

I concider myself a decent singer and writer, but one thing I notice about my voice, especially when I record myself and play it back, is it sounds very unemotional and almost sounds like im just talking. I'm not what you call the most confident guy and I know things like posture can help but what else can I do?
#2
are you listening to it with just your voice recorded or are you laying it over music?

You'll hear a HUGE difference when you add a backing track.
#3
Depending on what you're going for that can be pretty cool, see ian curtis (joy divison) and matt behringer (the national) have relatively unemotive voices but when put onto exciting instrumentation it creates an awesome contrast. I say work with what you have.
#4
Quote by iduno871
are you listening to it with just your voice recorded or are you laying it over music?

You'll hear a HUGE difference when you add a backing track.


The songs I record are usually just me singing and playing my acoustic
#5
Make sure... you OPEN your mouth!
Like... really open it!

Put some pressure on your stomach instead of your neck.
Add some vibration to your vocals.

But, most important.
Don't be too shy!
Be confidant!