NoPuedoQuererte

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  1. There were some iffy spots. But please(!!) do a cover, you got pipes.
  2. Why, you're so talented.  I'm actually happy that I got to hear your voice today.  Happy New Years! 
  3. Hey, so I finally was able to record with a bed track! I think it helped with the timing of the piece, and yeah I think my voice sounds a little bit better. 
  4. Thank you guys! I really appreciate all the advice on this forum. To Robert Lunte, KillerKu, and lussfabu,    For the past couple of days I've been listening to lead vocalists actively. I think that I have the habit of carrying the approximate tune of the song, but it sounds off because I'm not really hitting the notes, but around them. I'll most likely upload a version with me singing along with a track in the future. My school offers subsidized vocal lessons, so I'll most likely use those at the beginning of the new semester. Also, KillerKu, I really like the breathing technique you offered, it's really nice. With regards to an a capella group, I mean, that's more for fun than anything, and it's not really a pertinent goal. I just really like music and being able to play instruments and sing would be ultra boss at the moment.   if I can't take private lessons next semester, I'm fine with "wandering through the wilderness" for a little bit. Not to tute my own horn, but in terms of music and self - study, I've been pretty good at teaching myself technique, and I'm usually pretty discilpined with things that I really want to do. Obviously, a voice teacher would make things go much faster, but if it's not feasible (I can't afford to pay for them without the school), then I'll be fine with self - study.  Hopefully, I'll be able to get back to you guys with a bed track for Fly Me To The Moon by tonight.  Thanks again! 
  5. Hi guys!   So, this is my first time singing "for real." I've been in college for the past couple months, and while I use to do a lot of music stuff as a preteen, things sort of fell off in high school. In terms of vocal ability, I have very poor technique, but I think the timbre of my voice is kind of nice. Basically, I'd like to know how my voice could improve in terms of pitch, support, my vowel sounds, transitions from note to note etc. I've been actively attempting to sing for the past month or so, and been doing a bit of research and stuff. Of course, people who sing well practice a lot, but I'm wondering if sound okay to "perform" without embarrassing myself on stage in about 9 months~? It would be super cool to join an a ' capella group on campus next year, or maybe just do decent covers on youtube. Part of the reason I'm here is because I can't really hear my voice, and I want critque.  From my friends/classmates:    I've noticed that my friends who sing really really well (semi - professionally to professionally) like my voice, but think I don't have any skill or technique and due to the lack of control I sound really bad.  My other friends say I can like carry a tune, but can't sing.  Thank you guys for reading all this.