#1
Well......I got up this morning and decided to record something......so I did.

I'm not entirely happy with it yet......but I still would like some input/advice on it.

Anything you want me to crit?....send it my way as well.


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#2
Sounds a little flat to me..sorry. Vocals are coming along meaning It sounds like you really want them to be there but your not very confident YET. That being said overall Ive heard ALOT worse It needs some work like you said but its got potential.

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#3
Thanks....

I've only been seriously tying singing while playing for a month now maybe, so I know I've got room for improvement....and I've seen im[provement already. I'll jsut keep at it.

And I listened to your Creep cover....excllent job.
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#4
you have a very bass voice I see so not great for radiohead but there are ways you can get round that 1, practise more your vocal range will increase 2, if you change tuning of song ie drop tune guitar then it will be easier to sing it an octave up from what you were so guitar is 1 or two semi tones down and vocals are 11 or 10 up if you know what I mean... it could be that its still too high for you if so refer to point 1 or point 3, work on bass voice and make it really good whichever really
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#5
Just have a bit more confidence in your singing, and it'll be grand.


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#7
Quote by Mortigi Tempo
you have a very bass voice I see so not great for radiohead but there are ways you can get round that 1, practise more your vocal range will increase 2, if you change tuning of song ie drop tune guitar then it will be easier to sing it an octave up from what you were so guitar is 1 or two semi tones down and vocals are 11 or 10 up if you know what I mean... it could be that its still too high for you if so refer to point 1 or point 3, work on bass voice and make it really good whichever really

Yeah.......I was actually thinking of dropping the tuning and singing higher like you mentioned....I haven't tried it yet. But I definitely will......I think when I tried singing higher without dropping the tuning my voice sounded better and stronger....just some parts were too high.

Anyway.....thanks for the tips guys!

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#8
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Just have a bit more confidence in your singing, and it'll be grand.


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