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how can i sing without straining my voice, it always seems really tight and tense and when i try to reach a note (not even a particularly high one) my vocal chords feel like they are ripping! no matter what i sing, after about 10 minutes my voice is completely gone, so am i doing something wrong?
A lot of people have unique falsettos, like some people have really raspy falsetto, and some people have like almost siren-like falsettos. Some people just have really weak falsetto and it sounds like they're just barely breaking into it. If you listen to someone with a voice like that, and then listen to mine, you'd feel like you were completely immersed into it, because it's full.
So, to actually answer your question... I have no idea. :x
Just because it's not metal or rock doesn't mean it's not music. You are highly ignorant for thinking so. Also, describe to me "real" music vs. "fake" music.
BTW, I'm not defending the Jonas Brothers here or anything, but then again I can't say they're bad because I haven't listened to any of their music.
I just noticed that when I start singing I kind of struggle with the notes, so when I try to hit some high notes my voice sounds like it shakes, but after practicing for about 45mins, I stop, then come back, and I can hit the notes I want and not struggle.
Is that normal?
I was just wondering, everytime i sing with my band my voice sounds really shakey like I can;t keep it steady. Can someone tell me how to prevent this?
Not happy with your big ass spikes, coffin case, and "the works"?
I need help me and my friend are wanting to start a SOAD type band just for fun. I need help getting tht Serj Tankian opera type voice. I'm in my schools normal and "varsity" choirs and our teacher shows us how to sing classical stuff but how can i better employ tht into my normal singing?
Just import an AVI clip into LS maker, and left/right click where the ends of the blade go.
It's a Romeo and Juliet project isn't it? I had to do that, and my group also did lightsabers.