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John Mayer's Why Georgia, my first singing!

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kaznie
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I can't hear anything wrong with this. You do it very well. Play this at a party and you are likely to leave the phone number of a young lady. Or two. You have the perfect voice for this style, from what I can hear.

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I think it was great. I would try to not push south air in the falsetto parts though . I think you are. Sacrificing too much tone. Maybe try and get a little more connected on those parts. My $.02

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I heard the same as Keith and thought that there was a lot of huffing on certain parts. "Huh Huh." Less toward the end. But then I thought it might be stylistic preference which I do sometimes to add a little texture or color. So maybe you wanted a softer airy tone in those areas. Nothing wrong with that. Personal preference. But in other parts it was a little breathy and tone was lost, as Keith said on the higher falsetto points. But I think that lack of air control may have made you go flat right around 57 seconds in, just for a moment. :)

Overall, I thought it was very good and it sounded great. If I heard you on stage doing that song I wouldn't think twice about any flaws. It was definitely sell-able and it sounded like your own song.

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Thanks for your advices. Any tips on getting more 'connected' falsetto sound? I've tried used the ducks sound, the quaaaaakk, to get a twangy sound, but it feels weird haha. Mayer seems much more in control on his level of connectivity, any tips for reaching that level of control? Thanks again!

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