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  1. Hi everyone, thanks for answering my last questions. There is a negative unspoken rule in pop/rock singing that Tenor voice = great, you're awesome! Baritone voice = you're okay... Bass voice = you'll never sing pop/rock I think Robert Lunte and Ken Tamplin have kind of lower voices but sure have high notes. I am not looking for a magical technique or anything like that... However, I'm very influenced by the radio (like many others) and there is not a single baritone or bass singer, it's all very "high-light" singing. Check Billboards Hot 100 charts... besides some rappers you will not s
  2. Just transposed the song around a bit and thought that it sounds cool in a darker version   https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/69231116/sound of silence.mp3
  3. Hello again TVM forum, I hope you are all doing well Once again found some time to begin another cover to finish, would like a general critique and any advice that could help. Thank you http://www.reverbnation.com/grungemaniac1/song Pearl Jam - Jeremy
  4. This is a subject that appears often and always stir the same kind of debate, so please READ this post carefuly before making a new thread on the matter. New threads with the following subject: "What is my vocal fach?" "I can hit a G9 on chest voice, what is my fach?" "I think I am a bass, can I sing jazz?" "Is singer Joe Blow a bass or a soprano?" Will either be closed or have their contents moved into this thread, so please exercise your reading. Let's begin. The fachs, with their respective most common tessituras are: Male voices: - Bass - F2 - F4 - Baritone - A2 - A4 - Tenor - C3 -
  5. A lot of people on this forum seem to be giving examples of a lot of hard rock singers that can sing well, like iron maiden or judas priest. But what about pop songs? I'm 18, and i love Pop, Pop rock, and electronic music!   But i can never really sing them, seeing how 99.9% of all pop/pop rock/ electronic singers are tenors or tenor 2. The only way for me to sing the songs are for me to transpose it down, when i do, people tell me its nice low and sexy which I pretty much love..   And Iv'e come to accept the fact that i can never ever sing high so i can forget about singing po
  6. Hi all,   I've just signed up to see if you could let me know what you think of my recordings on my website - www.davidirelandsings.com. They're not great quality, but it'll be nice to hear what you think!   All the best,   David
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