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Hey all i could do with some help with knowing what i should practice to achieve a certain type of voice im after.

So if you could post everthing thats is remotely useful at getting a sound similar to this, wether it be by saying different techniques that i could go off and have a look at or an in depth reply i would be very greatful.

Casey Abrams:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGmdQfLyfdE

The Paris Riots (Not a known band but i really like the singer!)

If you could give me some direction to learn the style of these two different artist's it would be really helpful

Thanks

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Nothing to add to the thread, but Mojo is my name on pretty much every other forum I visit, so I saw this and wondered why I posted something and didn't remember it. Then I remembered I don't use that name here.

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Hey all i could do with some help with knowing what i should practice to achieve a certain type of voice im after.

So if you could post everthing thats is remotely useful at getting a sound similar to this, wether it be by saying different techniques that i could go off and have a look at or an in depth reply i would be very greatful.

Casey Abrams:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGmdQfLyfdE

The Paris Riots (Not a known band but i really like the singer!)

If you could give me some direction to learn the style of these two different artist's it would be really helpful

Thanks

Mojo: What do you like about them... what attracts you to their voices... what connects with your way of thinking about music?

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Im not really sure how to describe it in technical singing terms, but i like the "rough" sounding vocals? If thats the right word.... Most of the music i listen to sound like this where it's not sung perfect but more broken and emotional with a bit of a rough/hoarse sounding voice.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QDJi91V70M- Is another example

Thanks

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