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    • Flashlight - JessieJ + Me
      By Naomi Tan Weigin · Posted
      I can't belt out my voice at home, so I've been going to karaoke to practice and "scream" high notes haha. Will that help to increase my vocal range?  Hey Pekka, thanks so much, and I love Jessie J too!
    • Looking for overall feedback on my voice (original song)
      By Drewb · Posted
      Heya, This is the first time I've posted anything here, so apologies if I'm breaking protocol. I'm just really looking for some feedback on this track:    I've been taking lessons for just over a year now, and I'm slowly starting to be able to listen to and record my voice without cringing! I'm in a band and this is one of our songs. I've wanted to put vocals to it for a while, and this is the third attempt I've ever made at recording this idea. I didn't take long, perhaps an hour or so one evening two weeks ago after a lesson - consequently it is a bit rough. But I think the idea is quite good. I'm going for a sort of Thom Yorke/Maynard James Keenan type of thing. Trying to use more head voice and get a good mix, but I sometimes feel a bit constricting when I do this. I'm going for a mixed voice, but held back in terms of volume until the very end. I want to be able to add a bit of extra press to certain notes, which I think I've got down fairly well, certainly on the long held notes where I sing the word "sigh" - I quite like the tone on those notes, pitchiness aside. I don't really like my tone on the first word, which is 'grief' - it sounds constricted and muffled, and I don't quite know how to fix it. I think it might be vowel choice, but not sure. Would appreciate a bit of help on that. The only clue I really have for myself is that when I'm doing low notes, I find it fairly easy to find frontal resonance. When I'm doing mid or high notes, I find it much more difficult. I think this might be my issue with some of these parts.   Any tips you can give me would be great!  
    • Too much love will kill you(Re-take) - Queen
      By Gneetapp · Posted
      Hi Aravind, I gave the first listen yesterday, but had no time to write anything afterwards. So, I just gave it another listen, and I got to say man, You have improved your singing so much on your own, that is really fun to watch all your progress in your journey. This is a really hard song from QUEEN, so congrats for facing this challenge. I really like your tone in this song, as you were able to dial down the nasality to a minimum. Still, in the choruses you still have a shouty quality. I don't think you need to change the key. Sexy Beast just gave you the Secret Formula to sing not only this song, but many others. You got to do the same configuration you did for "Too many bitter tears are raining down on me" and apply it to the choruses. I am probably wrong, but you might be using "the cry" to achieve that configuration. If you do that in the choruses you will not sound strained a bit. Great job man! Keep on Rocking!
    • Too much love will kill you(Re-take) - Queen
      By Magika Singer · Posted
      Here I am Aravind. Well I am quite new to this forum so I don't know how your singing was before this cover.....my ears were pleased by your interpretation and your vocal emission but I think this key now is not the best for you: the high notes are a little forced so maybe to get a perfect cover you should change key (1 o 2 semitones down) till your technique allows you to reach them seamlessly. By the way It's a good job, really a good one......well done!!
       
    • Ordinary day - Matt Bianco
      By Magika Singer · Posted
      Thanx Pekka!! 
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