#1
Hey guys

I've recorded the vocals for a small part of Black Sabbath's song "Sabbra Cadabra" and I was wondering if you could give me some tips or things to work on because I'm trying to get better at singing clean vocals . I've recorded 3 different vocal layers .

Download : http://www.mediafire.com/?4ha8dk4hhv4tvbv

Also here's another thing I've recorded earlier which is also vocals for a part of a song by Tiamat called "Cain"

Download : http://www.mediafire.com/?ph1j8t4s9s2pa0y

Thanks in advance .
Last edited by demon123 at Oct 19, 2011,
#3
probably benefit from training your larynx to stay in a neutral position same as me. tone seems to really thin out when you hit higher notes. rest a finger on your adams apple, if you feel it rising up in your throat when you sing then you're doing it wrong... well at least if you aren't trying for a strained voice. if you do it right you should be able to keep the tone you have when singing Tiamat while you are singing Sabbath.

so far I've been trying to consciously keep my laryng low while singing scales of "guh". supposedly you focus on the resonance of your voice and try to uncouple pitch control from the movement of your larynx.
Last edited by Godsmack_IV at Oct 23, 2011,