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Ryan Conway

22, Male - What do I need to do to improve?

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Here is an A Capella recording of me singing pop and then a more rock style song, I also threw some random scales in at the end which is my current range, My lowest note is G2 and B4 is my highest comfortable note, highest possible one I can do with strain is D5, and only once I hit an E5 which surprised me when it came out! - http://picosong.com/rurW/. Recently I've been working on pitch by practising scales because it used to be really bad and now that I'm beginning to improve at hitting notes I am unsure what to work on next. When I listen to myself back sometimes I think it sounds more like talking then singing. I would appreciate some guidance because I can't stop singing now that I've begun, and I want to save peoples ears in the process. Thanks!

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Hello Ryan,

Sorry to keep you waiting, been busy.

Why do you not have a backing track?

Can you do it again with a backing track? 

Try Smule ... 

I do like your distortion, but be careful.

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Hi Robert
The wait is no problem at all, I have a Smule already so here is two I think are okay, although I still think they sound like your average karaoke singer.
https://www.smule.com/recording/wilson-pickett-mustang-sally/713718466_1064059716

Here is a Coldplay cover I recorded on FL Studio with just me which I quite like but don't believe it's good enough to share as people say I can't sing.

http://picosong.com/GGrp

Thank you, I've always been able to naturally do that distortion without discomfort, I do wonder if it's done in healthy way though!

 

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