#1
Whats up
I've been singing for a little over a year and a half now and for the most part i've been getting mixed(not the best) responses.


At this point im looking to improve the overall tone of my voice. I've got a range from
A2(Below low c) to somewhere around C4 (High C)
I can't take any vocal lessons and I would like any advice that you guys can give
Thanks

Clips:
https://soundcloud.com/doc-reign/mic-test
https://soundcloud.com/doc-reign/speak-to-me-clip (Really bad quality, listen to the first)
Last edited by RedChaos at Sep 16, 2013,
#2
I didn't forget you, Chaos. You need to work on support and resonance. Right now your tone is undeveloped and a bit nasally. Proper diaphragm use will help reduce the nasal factor as well as give you the air to resonate.You chose a quiet song to cover. Its more difficult for beginners to carry resonance on their voice at low volume.

So remember to flow your air and focus that air on your hard pallete. Really open up your throat and the back ofyour tthroat. This will help immediately. Incidentally, it will also help give you more true tone in your screams.
#3
Quote by merriman44
I didn't forget you, Chaos. You need to work on support and resonance. Right now your tone is undeveloped and a bit nasally. Proper diaphragm use will help reduce the nasal factor as well as give you the air to resonate.You chose a quiet song to cover. Its more difficult for beginners to carry resonance on their voice at low volume.

So remember to flow your air and focus that air on your hard pallete. Really open up your throat and the back ofyour tthroat. This will help immediately. Incidentally, it will also help give you more true tone in your screams.



Thanks, man!
I'll see what I can do. I'm all for the scream tone as well
EDIT: Worked immediately and helped a lot
Last edited by RedChaos at Sep 17, 2013,