#1
Hey, I did an acoustic cover of Three Cheers and my friends say it's pretty good, but... y'know... they're my friends XD

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syOwcl6mpYE

It'd be awesome if you guys could give me tips on my vocals. I hadn't taken singing lessons so, I never really know if I'm doing it right. :/ and maybe you could point out the stuff I did wrong there. I'd really appreciate the help

btw, that's all me. just on separate layers of recording.
Voice, 2nd Voice, Lead & Rythm guitar... that took me some time to do in audacity XD
Last edited by XxDarkhybridxX at Apr 5, 2011,
#2
Wow, pretty impressed:P not many people can get away with singing this i think you did really good.
Maybe a little work on the Harmonies since the song really relies on them.
Did you learn the guitar by ear or tabs?
Wish i could give more tips but im not a singer!
Good work though (Y)
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#4
Thanks for the awesome comment!
I left my opinion under the song in youtube .
#6
Hi,

thanks for the comment dude ;-)

nice playing, nice sound, nice voice and a good song = thumbs up from me !!

Cheers
#7
Not really a Mayday Parade fan, but this was well done! You created something that I would listen to! The harmonizing vocals worked out very well. Your friends weren't joking.
#8
really good man! i was def impressed, harmonies are tight, guitar is good, i love it, good job
#9
wow that was great. i really liked the two guitars and voices layered over eachother! keep it up! i also really like that acoustic guitar tone!
Oh hey, I didn't see you there