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Forever - Kamelot Cover

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Keith
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Throat still a little messed up from killing it at my last show, but I don't let that crap slow me down (lol) Anyway, this is the last of my Kamelot backing tracks, so I figured I'd just get it out ot the way. Some "pitchy" notes here and there, some higher notes still pretty weird. Anyway, critique away.

http://www.soundclick.com/player/single_player.cfm?songid=11611048&q=hi&newref=1

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Thanks for listening peeps. I have been messing around with diaphragmatic vibrato .. Though, on the higher notes, it is coming from my throat.. Don't remember what that type is called. Is it bad?

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All my vibrato is throat vibrato (except the high head voice vibrato which you probably heard as a last background shriek in my Still Loving You cover, that's diaphragm vibrato, but also only place in my register where I use it) "throat vibrato" is not bad at all, for me it simply means I'm tuning my folds very rapidly.. Just as I'd change interval for a melody, I just do it very fast :p

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Well The only problem I had personally with your vibrato in this song was that it resonating at a very slow rate. Maybe for this particular song you could try straight tones and see how it sounds?

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Well The only problem I had personally with your vibrato in this song was that it resonating at a very slow rate. Maybe for this particular song you could try straight tones and see how it sounds?

Well, I can't sing a straight tone. My vibrato is automatic. The only weird thing is depending on how low or high I am singing, it seems to come from different places .my low notes, I feel it in my lower belly.. My higher notes I feel it in my throat. I was told once that vibrato should be automatic..

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Pretty good job man! What program did you use to record this? I only have a webcam and a built-in mic, and was wondering how you got the backing track and how you recorded over the track.

You're giving me an itch to try a Kamelot song, Roy Khan is one of my favorite singers:cool:

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