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  1. Sexy Beast

    Signed Sealed Delivered

    Here's a short sample from my practice session today. Don't have anything better to post so I'll post this lol:    
  2. jonpall

    Eye of the tiger

    Hi guys,   I just thought it would be fun to post a short clip of me singing Eye of the tiger into my mobile phone. It's been a while since I posted a song and I just dug this one up and decided to let it fly here for the fun of it. Been buisy singing lots of different songs in a cover band for the past few years, actually. Here it is:
  3. Give me feedback please...? What could I work on to improve my voice?   
  4. Bay_Harbor_Butcher

    I Can't Make You Love Me by Bonnie Raitt
  5. All, still trying to find my genre. I've tried folky stuff, bluegrass stuff. I thought I'd venture out a little bit and try a little Jimi. Anyway, comments are appreciated...thanks
  6. Hey everyone, my name is Rokas. I'm new here and I'd like to share some of my covers to find out what do you guys think about them and my singing     
  7. Serephina Peters


    So here is the deal. I have a 4H talent show coming up and i would like to sing for it but I don't know a ton about my voice. I would appreciate advice on range, songs that might be good for me to sing, or just whether or not I'm any good in general. Hope I don't waste your time...
  8. This is an early version of an original song "The Game".   Any advice on areas/spots for improvement is welcome  - including where I might put a harmony line?   Please excuse the "pops" in the backing, they will no doubt be eliminated before this is finished.
  9. Hi, I'm new to this forum, I would really like some creative criticize or feedback on what I need to work on vocal wise Please and Thank you!      This is the link to my cover of 1234 by Plain white T's '>      
  10. Happy Holidays Everyone!  Its great to have our community here in our new home and to have you all here.  I did about two passes on this tonight.  Enjoy.           FYI... I just pasted a basic dropbox link in here and the system automatically embedded this cool media player... very cool!
  11. Hi everybody ,  I'am new of this forum and I'm here to improve my singing .. Here is my first video "all of me" of John legend  , please critique ma singing , good and bad things accepted !    
  12. mp3.mp3mp3.mp3   Recorded at home me and guitar. You are welcome to review what you think of it.
  13. Hey guys. Due to some of the licensing/royalty rules, I can't post links or have my music posted anywhere where anyone can listen for "Free". However, it is on Spotify, and you can listen to the entire CD there, for free (yeah, I DON'T GET IT EITHER)Anyway, feel free to listen to it, and post some critiques. My favorite song on the cd is Another Shade of Black. Whats your favorite? Just search drophead.
  14.     Some of you mentioned this song and it is in my GO-TO list of songs. Let me know what you think. Any comments welcome.       
  15. TMV World Team

    TC Helicon Harmony Singer Review

    INTRODUCING THE TC HELICON HARMONY SINGER I would argue that the TC-Helicons pedal style vocal effects are some of the best ideas to come out of their facility in Vancouver, BC. They are small form factor, intuitive to control and easy to get a great sound out of. No menu's to navigate, just simple rotary knobs, buttons and a master on/off footswitch. They are in my opinion a joy to use. The TC Helicon Harmony Singer is no different. Rotary controls for harmony type, wetness and reverb line the top along with a Tone button borrowed from the Mic Mechanic and a master switch flesh out the top. On the sides are the typical mic control switch along with instrument in and through as well as a thoughtful ground lift. On the back you'll usually find mic in/through as well as power and USB ports for firmware updates. What makes the magic happen, though, is the instrument in port. TC Helicon calls the Harmony Singer "Guitar Controlled". I imagine you could plug any kind of instrument generating tone and a line level signal but if you opt to use the TC Helicon Harmony Singer without anything you'd be selling yourself short. Why? Because the real beauty behind this TCH box is that it uses instrument pitch to perfectly dictate the harmonies produced. Aptly put your harmonies will always be in the correct key. Always. And that is what makes the Harmony Singer awesome. Don't miss the chance! Use the 50% Discount Code for "Review my singing" Forum: TMVWorld50 THE TC HELICON HARMONY SINGER: IN PRACTICE In practice, it took me little time to dial in something that sounded pretty convincing. The Harmony Singer gives you a pretty reasonable selection of harmonies from a 6th below all the way to a 5th above as well as mixes of the two so provided you don't have a lead vocal that's completely bonkers chances are you'll be able to find something that will fit. The key here to maintain realism is to use harmonies sparingly and to find the right place for them to sit in the mix in relation to the lead vocals using the Level knob. It would also help if you do have some basic understanding of chord structure to determine the optimal sounding harmony for the particular application. THE TC HELICON HARMONY SINGER: WRAP UP All in after spending a few weeks with the TC Helicon Harmony singer I can honestly say this is the first harmony effects box I've used that is both easy to use and produces realistic harmonies. It's not the real thing and I wouldn't use it in place of human produced harmonies in the studio but in a live situation its one more useful tool to add to your vocal toolbox. THE TC HELICON HARMONY SINGER: SPECIFICATIONS Mic Input Level @ 0 dBFS: -42dBu to +1dBu Mic input SNR: >104 dB Phantom Power: 24V (always on) Guitar Input Impedance: 1 MOhm Guitar Input Level @ 0 dBFS: -7 dBU to 17 dBu Guitar Input SNR: >115dB Dynamic Range: >104 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz Frequency Response: +0/-0.3 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz Control: USB for firmware and control Mic Control: using TC-Helicon MP-75 Microphone or Sennheiser e 835 fx mic For more info: Review by Travis North *This product review is a courtesy of The Modern Vocalist World and is endorsed by The Vocalist Studio International. View full articles
  16. Hi! I would absolutely love some thoghts about my singing. I am a complete beginner at this. Please let me know what you think about my singing, I've only had critique from one friend before - would like to hear someone that does not care about my feelind, haha! Thank you som much for taking the time to listen to this. (No music, just voice recording). Again, thanks!