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Here is my horrific rendition of "Still Loving You" by Scorpains.

Clearly , I should have not tried this song lol.

http://www.soundclick.com/player/single_player.cfm?songid=11762999&q=hi&newref=1

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Haha! Scorpains!

Sure hope it was a pun. Otherwise I apologise for laughing :D

Anyway, I think you're too hard on yourself! I enjoyed it, and it's a great opportunity to get your thinner voice reinforced (I'm not too proficient in the proper terms, but I believe you understand what I'm getting at). And by the sound of it, you're not far away!

One thing though, what's the reason you pronounce "there" as "theya"?

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Overall I liked the recording, but I feel you could have used more connection when you transitioned to head voice. I honestly believe you have more potential than you know. You have a great tone to your voice and your head voice is pretty well developed. I feel that if you can work on using both musculature's simultaneously you will demolish this song.

Great job and keep up the good work.

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Hello, Keith, you did a nice job here. The song lacks a little "meat" in the upper range, you still lack a connection between chest and head. Continue to practise and you will be rewarded one day and get that unified voice. Keep up the good work.

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I have no idea why I enounciated like that lol.

So, I have worked for a very long time just to be able to access my head voice. Adding chest musculature to it is the next step. I have no idea how to do it. Once I can get a Skype in with Rob maybe he can clear it up a bit for me.

Thanks for listening :)

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Sounds really good to me. My opinion: Strenghten the top notes and this would probably go from good to great. You already have a connection going on and a good sounding, controlled head tone. And the lower passagio notes sound great. Maybe gradually add more pressure on those higher notes and really give them a good workout to add more power and musculature to them? And maybe work to be able to move in and out of that lighter headvoice to a more powerful one, blending them? That's my opinion and that's what I would go for anyway :D

"Adding chest musculature to it is the next step. I have no idea how to do it."

Well this forum is full of people with answers on how to work on that :D I personally use mostly the messa di voce aka swelled tone exercise.

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Good job. Your cover makes me want to cover this song. Of course, I wouldn't sound like Klaus but that's never stopped me on other covers.

I know others are questioning your light tone in the higher notes but I admire you adherance to pitch accuracy, rather than just blasting power. So, you're already in the right place.

And for how far you have come in such a short time, truly astounding. Absolutely none of this high stuff is on "Drop Dead." I realize that's genre unto itself but still, to go from such a dramatic baritone to very light upper stuff is amazing.

I'd like to hear you do more of this stuff.

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