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Hello

I'd like you to judge my voice.

Never had training but I sing for myself for 6-7 years, I like it but know my voice is amateur hehe so I've never sung in front of audience.

Write what is bad. Maybe something is good. I must make a decision.

If my voice is decent, I will do training.

If my voice is awful, I won't waste time for singing, will give up and find new hobby. Like programming xd

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It is not very good.

You need training.

You can learn to sing and become good, if you train and practice.

If you are interested in getting serious and doing that, let me know.

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It's not terrible, it's not good, but that doesn't matter. Anyone can learn to sing. You need to decide if you want to because you want to, not based upon how you currently sound. Get a pitch training app to get you started. A big part of the problem though is that you're not actually singing, but rather trying to use speech vowels with pitch. Like I Said before, anyone can learn to sing. Do you want to? If you base your decision on whether or not you sound good before even learning how to do it, then you're going to have a very frustrating pursuit of anything.

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6 hours ago, Draven Grey said:

If you base your decision on whether or not you sound good before even learning how to do it, then you're going to have a very frustrating pursuit of anything.

Thats a good point. It is hard to really judge what you want to do, until you realistically know what you can or can't do. So really start doing it, for real, so you really know. Then you will know what you can do and we will all have more to work with to help you.

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I echo Draven's comments on people learning to sing. I would say about 90% of the population CAN learn how to sing. It is a lot to do with strengthening, muscle memory, motor skills... all things that require repetition and practice. Singing is a physical sport. Get the muscles and motor skills all coordinated and "voila"! ,,,, your singing.

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3 minutes ago, user12345aa said:

Really, most of people can learn how to sing? I thought you must have a gift

I wish it was that easy. Some people do seem gifted, and excel even more with training. Most of us have to train in the hopes of sounding gifted. I've been singing professionally since I was 15, and don't think I even sang fully in key for several years. I don't think I truly had a good singing voice until I was well into my 30's and started to take training seriously. Everything before that I'm guessing was good song-writing, passion, and pure determination. I can't even listen to the stuff I sang 10 years ago without cringing.

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On 4/14/2017 at 5:24 AM, user12345aa said:

Really, most of people can learn how to sing? I thought you must have a gift

 

Crazy what X Factor and all those shows will have you believe, huh?

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