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  1. Singing is the art of producing musical sounds with the voice and augments regular speech by the use of sustained tonality, rhythm, and the most important thing, a variety of vocal techniques. Sure the one who listens to songs are known as the listener (Song listeners) but the one who sings the songs are called singer or vocalist as well. If you are the one who is interested to learn singing but due to busy schedule can't join any Musical Training Institute or center then don't be sad I have best alternative for you. As World is moving toward digital so you can learn music online as well, There are lots of music training Sites / Teachers available. You can Learn Music On Youtube or you get paid skype classes as well If want to know about more sources to Learn Music then I suggest you to go check out singing-Life Blog. Singing Life was the one of most helpful source for me to learn music when I was struggling to learn hope you are going to get advantage from it as well. Best of Luck Don't forget to leave Feedback
  2. Please go and visited my channel and view some videos www.paytonsellsmusic.com
  3. OK Hi guys , I know when I was back in High School , I felt I could very much sing like one of my favorite singers , which would be DANIEL JOHNS of Silverchair. Now when I was in HS , I obviously had to speak alot , I was also a real loud mouth in general , Ever since I am not in high school anymore I obviously have not used my vocals much as I don't have people to interact with much , It's been 10 years , So wouldn't it make sense I simply don't have the same Strength anymore ? Any tips on how I can get back on track with this style ? I have took notice he does the big breaths on the vowels.
  4. I'm trying out some quick answer videos on Youtube, addressing questions I've gotten from students, in comments, and more. Here's my first. It's not meant to be a comprehensive answer, rather a quick tip that demonstrates the one thing I've seen help the most for singers dealing regularly with vocal fatigue, "vowel anchoring" and "relaxed speech." I plan to do a follow up about sobbing for higher notes. Let me know if you have any questions.
  5. I started a thread on the LP reddit, and was hoping for some people to discuss this with. Without getting too crazy, not only what we are hearing is impossible, if you slow it down to .25 you can hear 2 voices at once being modulated at the same time. Humans can't do this. also in the end has come cute masonic alphabet in it. These guys have many secrets.
  6. I don't think it's called vibrato because it's much faster I want to know the word for it so i can do some research on how i can achieve it. In this 2 second mp3, the singer does it when saying (Mad) example.mp3
  7. Posting a few tracks below. If you're interested in working together (singing or rapping) hit me up either in email (listed below) or PM with a sample of your voice. The tracks are unmixed/unmastered so if something sounds off or hurts your ears that's probably it, apologies. Money will not be involved, we're simply two musicians making music together. If we create and publish a project together, we'll split whatever, if any, profits come of it. We'll talk and make a track together. If that goes well, maybe an album. P.S. If you can write/are a decent lyricist, that's a huge plus. https://soundcloud.com/therealwillyboy/pumpkin-invasion2 https://soundcloud.com/therealwillyboy/poopy-butt https://soundcloud.com/therealwillyboy/36-hh (forgive the high notes lmaoo) https://soundcloud.com/therealwillyboy/saasssggg3/s-ok8S9 Email: wyatthobbyistsailors@gmail.com
  8. Hi there! So I’m very new to singing, but I’m wanting to try and take a leap of faith, and audition for a local musical. I’m having a lot of trouble picking the right song though. Since I’m a beginner, I really don’t know where my vocal range is either. I’m able to sing along with most pop songs, though, and am decent at matching pitch. The part that I’m going for is a tenor E-G# (and I have absolutely no idea what that means other than tenors are generally the higher men’s octave). I’m also nervous because I’m a transgender guy with a voice that hasn’t dropped yet, and that’s the highest men’s role in the show (Hello, Dolly). I’m worried that I’m biting off more than I can chew with this one, and still pretty hesitant to audition, but for now I’m just going to keep pushing forward and try to pick a song to audition with. Thank you for any advice!
  9. Learn more about the RØDELink Performer Kit: http://www.rode.com/wireless/performer ***Or get one for free at the Vocal Athlete Intensive in Seattle, May 14-18, 2018.*** https://VocalAthleteIntensive.com Along with our current registrants, the next 10 participants of the Vocal Athlete Intensive receive a RØDE Microphones Wireless Performer Kit (a $500 value!) and a set of Direct Sound Studio Plus+ Headphones (a $170 value!)! ***What else do you get when attending the event?*** 30% Off the original price! A week of intensive voice training with Robert Lunte and Draven Grey, giving you results, confidence, and mastery. Attendance is limited to 20 people, which means lots of personal attention! Private Training Rooms with PA Systems provided by American Music! Spend a day at Ann Wilson's Studio X! * Spend the week in beautiful and musical Seattle. A RØDE Wireless Performer Kit worth $500! A set of Direct Sound's Studio Plus+ Headphones worth $170! ***That's like taking a vacation, taking your voice to the next level, meeting some really awesome new friends, and getting some great new gear, all rolled into one!*** When are you signing up? Our limited registrations are going fast, so register now! https://VocalAthleteIntensive.com
  10. Hi all. I think I’ve posted this in the right place. I have a question about Bruce Dickinson’s modern day vocal technique. In these clips below (at about the 2:05 and 1:52 mark) do you think that Bruce is singing in head voice or chest voice? Im asking because in the original recording and early 80s live performances he sounds much more powerfull (obviously down to age) and less airy. The chorus of this is another good example of what I mean. (1:15) Im hoping that if so, I will be able to use my head voice so sing these, and with enough practice it would hopefully sound powerfull enough to still sound semi decent since I dont have the natural range that Bruce seemed to have in the 80s and 90s. Thanks, Keir.
  11. Hello everyone, recently wrote some songs at home and recorded them. Would be a pleasure to get a litte review, tipps and advice from you! Hope you like it! A link to my page: https://www.facebook.com/simon.meyers.18 Thank you very much! Kind regards Simon Meyers
  12. So I’m a 17 year old girl and I think my voice is pretty strange. My range currently is D3-E6 but I feel way more comfortable singing low. It seems that when I do sing in a lower register, I have so much more power as I can belt. As I reach the breaking point between chest/head voice it is pretty weak and quiet and then it gets stronger again at the top! My question is: Is it appropriate for me to sing male solo songs if I audition for drama school? For instance: ‘My Friends’ -Sweeney Todd/ ‘Shoes Upon The Table’ -Blood Brothers (and also a bit obscure but) ‘Captain Crewe’ - A Little Princess. I feel way more confident with songs like these as I’m worried to be seen as having a weak voice! If anyone has any suggestions for good songs for an alto(?) voice, please feel free to share as I’m in desperate need, thank you!
  13. I was just thinking about the different styles of singing and I started to wonder, what are prominent elements in different styles?
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  15. International Talent Agency RisingStars looking for production vocalists for the cruise contracts. Singers will take part in the show which will be created by cruise company For some cruise companies singers should perform with a music band also. The duration of contract - from 6 months Company provides: air tickets, accommodation and meals Registration and more details on our web-site: http://www.risingstars.com.ua/castings/vacancy-male-vocalist-for-cruise.php
  16. 46 yo... She was recording in London, cause of death was not revealed yet...
  17. I read that children's natural range is D1-D2. What the natural range for adults I don't know. Let's take this song for kids: This song is in the key of A. Is this the most natural key for children? And which key would be most natural for adults? My accordion teacher told me that it would be good to play it in the key of F but I thought that it could be a bit low. What do you think? G would be a bit better, I guess.
  18. Alright! What are we looking to do this year?!
  19. I was just thinking about the emotional responses that some of us get from hearing music, particularly singing, and I was wondering, what causes it? Like nails on a chalkboard will make the hair stand up on the backs of the necks of a lot of people. Other sounds will have a similar effect but in a more comforting manner. People often talk about something giving them "chills". What quality about certain sounds can end up resulting in that kind of effect? And for anybody responding, what, as far as music goes, has given you an emotional response?
  20. The Carbonphone by Placid Audio is a very unique microphone for anyone who is interested in experimenting with sound. Its military grade carbon granule element captures sound and creates a "lofi" sound that is naturally distorted. Creating sounds similar to scratchy vinyl or an old military radio, this microphone is perfect for anyone looking to recreate a more vintage tone or anyone looking to create something new altogether. Included with the microphone is the Tone Box which provides the current which is needed to power the microphone. While the microphone can be powered by any standard 9 volt power supply, the Tone Box can also shape the sound through a variable five position filter circuit. Each selection on the control knob offers a different frequency response, allowing the Carbonphone to be used on a broad range instruments and for various applications. Because the sound of Carbonphone has a character unlike many other traditional mics, it makes a great addition to any recording enthusiast’s arsenal of microphones. It can be used as an all out obvious ‘effect’ on it’s own or it can be paired with other traditional microphones for infinite blending possibilities. The Carbonphone is a perfect microphone for any person looking to update their studio with new sounds but it is also usable for live performances and with its high durability and great resistance to high pressure sound levels. FEATURES Military grade carbon granule capsule Fully balanced output Quality Hammond output transformer Rugged copper housing and components Powered 5 position variable filter Tone Box Tone Box doubles as a phantom power source Tone Box can be used with other microphones 9 volt power supply for Tone Box High quality Nuetrik 3 pin XLR connectors Handcrafted in the U.S.A Lifetime operational warranty Adjustable aircraft aluminum mounting bracket to fit North American style stands (will fit European style stands with common threaded adapter) SPECS Type: Carbon Polar Pattern: Cardioid Frequency Response: 100Hz ­- 10kHz Impedance: 600 ohms Output: 120 +/­ 2dB SPL @ 1 kHz Mic Dimensions: 1.75 x 5.5 inches Tone Box Dimensions: 5.25 x 4.25 x 2.25 inches Mic Weight: 1 lbs. Tone Box Weight 0.70 lbs. *The Modern Vocalist World is brought to you by The Vocalist Studio, course and training for singers.
  21. The Chantelle Microphone by Ear Trumpet Labs is created to be the best live vocal microphone, bringing the clarity and warmth of a large diaphragm capsule to a low-profile body. In addition to a smooth high end with no harsh tones and an upper-midrange emphasis, included is also a full foam pop filter for even greater sound control.With exceptional feedback rejection, the can be used on even the loudest of stages.The microphone comes specifically tuned to handle any stage and still provide excellent feedback rejection. Chosen by performers in diverse genres, from R&B (Andra Day) to indie folk (Rachel Sermanni) to roots (Dustbowl Revival), Chantelle has a beautiful copper body and distinctive aesthetic that will inspire singers to give their best performance. Chantelle is an end-address large-diaphragm condenser with a flexible pivoting body, excellent for vocals live, in studio, and in videos. This microphone is perfect for any vocalist wanting a diverse sound with a great amount of control over feedback and tone. With a great design and a very slick aesthetic, this microphone is sure to be a great addition for any singer's arsenal. FEATURES Hand-made microphone with unique appearance Side or end address, using pivoting bracket Capsule and electronics tuned for close vocal use on the loudest of stages with excellent feedback rejection Internal shock dampers for minimal handling noise Integral silk and mesh pop filter, for effective control of plosives without loss of clarity Transformerless FET fully balanced electronics Highest quality hand-wired electronic components - film caps, precision resistors, hand tested and matched transistors, with component values tuned for the individual circuit. TECHNICAL SPECS: Transducer Type: Condenser, large (26 mm) diaphragm Polar Pattern: Cardioid Frequency Response: 20 - 15K hz (-3dB) Sensitivity: -49dB (4 mV/Pa) Output Impedance: <50 Ohm Noise Level(A-weighted): <17 dBA Power Requirement: +48V phantom power Weight: 1 lb (4 lbs cased) Dimensions: 8” x 2” x 2”; head is 2” in diameter Sku: ETL-CHANTELLE Hear The Chantelle *The Modern Vocalist World is brought to you by The Vocalist Studio, course and training for singers.
  22. Hi! My teacher told me I could sing the low Ab. This is really strange because I have another experience. I have tried singing low notes before but never really sang that low before. Today I could not come close to that low pitch. At the lesson she said she heard me sing Ab but I cannot sing the Ab at home. It can't be more difficult singing low notes at home. I even check with a pitch tuner. How can the teacher and my experience be that extremely different? Anyone who can tell what might be going on?
  23. I have noticed that the most lead singers of the bands I like (that would be rock and metal) have quite large lower jaws and wide faces - think David Coverdale, Steven Tyler etc, . In contrast I have a smaller than average (probably) lower jaw and relatively narrow face. Will this have an impact on my tone? I think I have a quite a thin tone. I started singing to emulated my heroes and it would be gutting to think that I'm never going to achieve a decent rock voice because I just don't have the necessary physical attributes. Range is not an issue and I don't have a particularly loud voice but it's loud enough for what it needs to do.