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  1. sandwich

    Jeff Buckley So Real Cover at Open Mic Night

    Alright I’ll bite. I paid for one. Hit me!
  2. I thought this was very cool. You got a style going on and clearly care about sounding good. You have an ear for what sounds good. That’s my take. I don’t know why this would hurt your throat, though. Maybe you’re just not used to singing a lot yet. I remember my throat hurting when I was in my early days. Just wasn’t used to singing all the time. It’s not like that anymore. You’re probably fine. Stamina is a thing that comes with practice. Improvement would just come with doing what you are doing now but gradually take it higher and try getting louder. The only other thing would be to just attempt harder songs. Stretch yourself. Be brave. Braveness is 80% of the game. Copy artist’s pronunciation. It will teach you a lot, technically. That’s it really.
  3. sandwich

    Jeff Buckley So Real Cover at Open Mic Night

    Thanks, man. DUDE, if Hallelujah is the extent of your Jeff Buckley experience (which was mine for ages), you are in for a shock and a treat. Listen to the whole of his album 'Grace' and prepare to have a new favourite singer. I usually get told Matt Bellamy or Tom Yorke. Those flat high notes can serve as a lesson for all of us... you have to get used to singing that high, in a live setting, through a Mic and listen back. accurately hearing your own pitching in that setting is actually quite different to just singing in your bedroom. I didn't notice I was flat until I listened back... which doesn't happen a whole lot in my bedroom. Practice with a Mic. All I'm saying.
  4. sandwich

    Jeff Buckley So Real Cover at Open Mic Night

    Haha!! Amateur feedback is fine XD All I expected, honestly.
  5. sandwich

    Jeff Buckley So Real Cover at Open Mic Night

    Ah. I thought this was a forum. My bad.