#1
Hey, this is my first time singing ever. I just recorded this in one take because I know and like the song, I didn't practice or run through the song before. I want to have an atleast 'bearable' voice so I can accompany my guitar, so let me know what I can do to a achieve this please!

Im 14 if that makes any difference

PS:- Please bear in mind that this was the first time and i'm sure i'll get better with practice!:')

http://soundcloud.com/dom-white/cimg1533
#3
It's hard to really judge when there's no music behind it, but I can promise you, like I would promise anyone else, that you can get good with practice.
#5
if u play guitar, which makes it easier, do vocal exericises play the first five notes of the major scale and then backwards matching your voice. make sense?
#6
thank you everyone
apart from Lyrnd...

I was singing pretty quiet in this recording, becuase im kinda too shy to sing out loud while my people are home. ;L would you say you sound better when louder?
#7
Quote by DomWhite1998
thank you everyone
apart from Lyrnd...

I was singing pretty quiet in this recording, becuase im kinda too shy to sing out loud while my people are home. ;L would you say you sound better when louder?


Does guitar sound better louder? (Yes)

Most things do.
If the song calls for it, sing louder.

As with anything, practice. You're 14, practice now and in a few years you'll be singing well.
#8
I have been following this guy for a while now and I have seen GREAT improvement in my voice, I am still not a great singer, but I've noticed a huge difference in my voice.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rpvc4SNCWHA

after doing those videos for like a month i went to his website and bought his vocal technique cd, and I do an hour a day of it, trust me it helps.