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    • No one hears themselves the same "in their head" as they do when listening to a recording. Record yourself listen to it, note the faults, readjust and rerecord. Repeat, rinse, repeat........    If you record using headphones, that can also "change' what you hear in your head as opposed to what is coming out of your mouth. Some people end up singing flat when using head phones. Any way the answer is to practice, record often and readjust until the ear and muscle memory are retrained.
    • Hello from the Pacific Northwest! I've been playing acoustic and electric guitars now for 50+ years and since I retired I'm playing more than ever! I joined this forum so I can get advice from folks that are having similar experiences as I am...  good or bad. Thanks in advance to all those that contribute constructive advice for me to further my fantastic journey!
    • Hi Everyone! I can't figure out how Ed adds that raspy, kind of distortion thing to his voice on high notes (G#-A#). The Best Example is a chorus of his song Dive.... It's driving me crazy, I've been trying to imitate, I've been asking some vocal coaches... nothing, for the past half a year... Please, if you have a hint, may be you've seen a video on YouTube regarding this... Appreciate in advance!
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    • Hi! I'm a 21 years old male and have I think a low baritone voice. When I try to go through my entire vocal range this is what I feel happens: I start of in my chest voice and around A3-D4 my voice flips or kind of transitions into a very breathy head voice, I think it's falsetto. Then at around C5-E5 my voice stops and if i try to push more it's just air and no sound. I know I have what feels like another "register" that I sometimes can get into, that dosen't feel as breathy that spans from around F#5-C6 and up to F6 on good days. But it's really hard for me to get into this "register". I'll attach a sound file where I do lip rolls and in the first one I manage to get into this "voice", up to a A5, where in the others it's the same as usual. Anyone that struggles with the same and/or have any tips about this? liproll.mp3 didn't work with soundcloud link :/
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