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Enjoy... a beautiful song from Bonnie Raitt... Tracked it tonight while the Seahawks won their game to prepare for their 2nd Super Bowl win. https://thevocaliststudio.box.com/s/1ohay98iha0sdtjsyjkiwgd9h0mat2f8
Hey guys!! So i had a bit fun this morning and recorded me singing Fly me to the Moon. This was only for fun and i wasnt gonna upload it but here it goes. Ill explain how i recorded under the link. I went out of breath near the end, but i didnt mean to upload this so i just left it as it is. Tell me what you think, all criticism is welcome https://app.box.com/s/titk06joeuspmcmwnorbzhnl5mwej7yy Recording: So i recorded vocals on my Cellphone just for my ears. But i then wanted to see how it sounds with the backing track. So i downloaded the backing track and i imported everything into Cubase. I raised the pitch on the backing track by 4 semi-tones. Tinkered abit with volume, and added a preset to vocals that Cubase has (its just random compression and reverb). I have no clue how to properly mix or anything so sry for quality Thanks!!! p.s. Sound better with headphones or proper speakers. Laptop speakers are kinda bad P.s.s - just because im not easily embarrassed i uploaded a short highway to hell cover just so you can laugh a bit xDDD https://app.box.com/s/q5chozy0bzx6pcnjawbwaxp99iyl0icz Hint: 2nd verse goes horribly wrong xD enjoy
There seems to be a lot of "How to sing like..." videos these days. Is the pursuit of "how to sing like" someone else really the main goal you should be focused on in your singing? Every voice is unique and every voice has the ability to demonstrate its unique areas of power, tone, range and embellishments. To be inspired by other singers is inevitable and to learn from other singers is a worthy endeavor, up to a point. But if you are going to become a legitimate vocal artist, you have to present YOUR voice to the audience, not trying to sing like someone else. As a voice coach, I am interested in helping you to learn about training techniques, to enable you to find your voice and grow as an singing artist. Having made that point, here is a song I wrote years ago that has been played in many different ways through the years. A lot of people have enjoyed this song through the years. If it is new to you, I hope you enjoy it as well. It is one of those tunes that just comes together in about 5 minutes that song writers experience from time to time... Some songs just "flow" out... others have to be "built" and take more work. The less "romantic" explanation is... this is the result of new audio mastering skills for video production. I remastered the audio on this and then rendered a new, "fresh" file... repurposing old, but good content... Enjoy! "Blue Rain" - Robert Lunte
Hey everyone! I just released my newest collaboration video, this time it's Bat Country by Avenged Sevenfold. All vocals are performed, recorded and mixed by me, including harmonies and backgrounds. Avenged Sevenfold (A7X) - Bat Country - Full Band Collaboration Cover > I have about 45 more songs on my YouTube channel too, so feel free to check them out and let me know what you think. Rock on my friends, and keep singin'! -- Dave https://www.facebook.com/DavidLyonOfficial