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Practicing Curbing, have a review. (just the way you are)- Bruno mars

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Hi, i'm currently practicing Curbing, i'm an Asian. English was not my main language, it might sounds weird to all of you. Sorry for that. i'm singing Just the way you are (half) by bruno mars. Hope you guys can help me on improving my singing. One of my friend told me, i was like shouting. Is there anyway to sing it softly?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B60371nYf4s&feature=youtu.be

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Hi Zac. When your friend says you are shouting, they are probably reffering to the chorus. It sounds like you are trying to pull your chest voice up too high which is causing strain on your neck and throat. Try to 'flip' over to your lighter falsetto voice. It will sound weak at first but you can find exercises to develop your head voice and the bridge between your head and chest voice. Try and find a vocal coach if you really want to impove. It will help you no end. Good luck :)

The first thing I would work on is some breathing exercises and trying to breathe from your diaphragm

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Hi Gina Ellen, Thanks for your concern. do you mean something like this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhjmECmu0lY

sorry for the edited vocal. Yes my falsetto voice is very weak. And i do listen some of the program by brett manning. i though mix voice should be something like powerful voice? or i use it wrongly? i'm a student can't afford to get a vocal coach:) so i hope i will learn something from here. Again thanks for your tip.

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Hi Gina Ellen, Thanks for your concern. do you mean something like this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhjmECmu0lY

sorry for the edited vocal. Yes my falsetto voice is very weak. And i do listen some of the program by brett manning. i though mix voice should be something like powerful voice? or i use it wrongly? i'm a student can't afford to get a vocal coach:) so i hope i will learn something from here. Again thanks for your tip.

I really like that video, but you need to practice being on pitch.

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No, I'm afraid not. I've always been able to sing on pitch, that is my singers gift :P

But just doing arpeggios and scales would help, I think.

Hm, sometimes when I'm rarely not on pitch, it can sometimes be because my support was not good enough. Mabye that is the same for you?

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