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  1. Hello! I've been singing for 3 years now. I've heard I'm a tenor but I cant sing anything above f#4 and make it sound good. I really want to be able to sing a little higher than that. Here are two links to my singing. In the first one im singing something pretty easy for me and the second one is waaay above my comfort zone (and it sounds like shit). Do I have any chance ever to be singing even an A4? https://vocaroo.com/12fLMkOVzOaT https://vocaroo.com/18qRz8GdqUhg
  2. He's been called the "greatest rock and roll singer of all time!" Some people agree, some don't. What's' new right? Personally he's not in my fav singer list. What I will say about Axl is, he has seemingly done very well maintaining his vocal health for the extreme style singing he does. His stint with AC/DC was impressive for sure! This is why I found this video interesting. Axl is not singing in full voice on all the high notes in this performance. He's using a semi-falsetto tone. Singers might do this for 2 reasons (I can think of), 1- They lost that region of their voice fr
  3. I am practicing singing for a while.. Almost for 5-6 months.. Now i am able to sing in mix in my chest range.. But when i go to my upper range i lose connection of the vocal folds... I have a good cord closure in my chest range..but i lose it in the upper range.. What should be my next step? Or how far i am way for those strong belted high notes?
  4. Hey! I'm having a hard time figuring out the voice i've created. It kinda feels like mixed voice in some degree, but I think it's not mixed voice cause I when I ascend my pitch it goes breathier and not connected to the head voice (it breaks) and feels like it stucks in my throat (not smoothly transition into the head voice area/ in head voice placement). It only sounds like it's in chest and head but if I ascend it stays that way. It doesn't hurt my throat and i don't strain at all when i do it. I'm confused of what to do, am i supposed to train it or let go cause i've tried all the "find you
  5. Hi all, This is my first forum post. I'm looking for some advice. I have improved in my singing recently to push chest a bit further, but I find singing softly at high pitches is difficult to avoid being shrill. I can reach high notes in falsetto/head voice but struggle to get a pleasing tone. I would like to round off that tone a bit. Any advice on where to focus my efforts: https://vimeo.com/381645779 Thanks in advance! Dan
  6. I am looking for suggestions to work on passaggio improvement and techniques in vocal lessons.
  7. What are some suggestions for exercises and repertoire for helping a student gain strength and control in their lower register? Also suggestions for going between chest voice and mixed voice?
  8. I'm 25, have been casually doing some exercises for years, but only focused on training everyday for the last 2 months. What should I concentrate on FIRST? I would like sincere criticism. I don't think my voice is good atm, so albeit knowing what's working is a good thing I really want help in fixing my **?color?(**my voice just doesn't sound pleasant to me even if not strained and in pitch), my agility in the upper range, and understanding what out of pitch, tone and key mean...cause I haven't figured it out, and I don't know which one I'm doing, although probably all 3! Of course I
  9. I am working on my singing and have been taking lessons. My issue - I seem to do okay with head voice when I go above G4. However, when I try to see in the F4, G4 area on certain songs, it comes out “shouty” and harsh. I can hit the notes fine, but I am not getting quality. If it is a softer, quieter song, I don’t have this issue. I have this issue when trying to do fuller sounding notes in this area. I would greatly appreciate any feedback anyone cares to give. I am not a great singer yet and am trying to learn. Thanks!
  10. Hi everyone So basically I've just found my mixed voice and I can use it to achieve a good sound, and when I perform it, I feel no pain, strain or tension. However 30-60 minutes after I've stopped singing, when I've used the technique, I get a sore throat. I've heard this is something to do with your throat not being used to resonance with the soft palate raised. Is this normal at first? Or am I doing something wrong?
  11. Hi, i always wondering my vocal fach. My speaking voice sounds heavy and dopey but in tenor tessitura. I'm very insecure about my voice sounds weird in others ear. But, i'm very love to sing, i can't stop doing this. This is my voice sample This song is easier for me because alot of headvoice. https://soundcloud.com/fadelsawi/shes-gone-moris-morty-monty And, this one is harder because i need to stretch my chest up to A4 (my second passaggio). https://soundcloud.com/fadelsawi/risalah-hati-monty
  12. I don't know how to describe it but it's annoying it does it randomly. Is it because of poor chords closure (I have 2 cysts on the vocal chords)? https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-f2_iT-2gUlKpLx4-nzzMew12Xc1xGMM/view?usp=drivesdk
  13. DEFINITIVE OPERA TECHNIQUE for all styles of singing- This is one of the most renowned opera singers in the world. He has started a new online method of singing, teaching, and interpreting voice. The technique is operatic but is universally based for all genres of singing including crossover, musical theater and popular styles. Unlock access to the traditional Italian bel canto method of singing based on historical techniques. The lessons are designed to be highly concentrated to help you learn and teach as efficiently as possible, and to be a point of reference both at the beginning of
  14. Years ago this WAS the best forum for singers and teachers. Those wishing to learn and those willing to help and those who just want to discuss their thoughts on singing and training.. There is still a need for this forum and a community to belong to and interact with. I was here when the community was thriving and when things declined. There are two main issues that singers have to deal with. Egos and rejection. The thoughts of "Am I good enough?" and "Who has the right to tell me I am not good enough". No one has the right to tell you that you are not good enough. But, eve
  15. Hey Guys i'm new on this forum, I would really appreciate your opinion about my High C bandicam 2019-02-25 18-45-28-988.mp4
  16. I am hoping to audition andI have to submit an online video. It's all accapella. Please give me your very honest feedback about my voice. Why does my tone change so much and sound so different? My chest voice to me sounds bad, like almost manly, but it is easiest for me to sing. While my head voice sound like it has a better tone, I get physically tired singing it and I can't seem to breathe right no matter how hard I practice from the diaphragm. Worse, my left side of the throat hurts sometimes. What vocal range am I? I noticed I talk very deeply and it hurts as well. I've always felt
  17. I have been playing guitar for some time now, and i want to be able to pick up the chords for a song instantly, but i have major difficulty in singing the sound i hear. So i tried singing a few songs, really tried, and realized i have absolutely no vocal range, doesnt get sharper or "darker", it's just the word itself. If i try to do the song how it really is, either the voice dissapears or i cant hold the note for even 0.5 sec, just jumps back and forth with sharp and "dark". Even watched some videos to see if i have correct form, like chest up, chin slightly down, breathing and all
  18. I know he's long out of the spotlight, Gary Puckett & the Union Gap...famous once for hits like Lady Willpower, Young Girl, Woman Woman, Over You back in the 60's. I always admired his tonal quality. But I recently ran across this solo album he did of some rock hits and I developed a newfound appreciation for his obvious skill and seemless transitions on these tunes. If you listen to him, you can pick up on many great things you might want to incorporate or develop in your own voice. Such consistency of tone, he sounds so smooth and seamless going in and out of falsetto head, voice,
  19. I've been really struggling determining my voice type. I've been singing since i was young but it was only the past year where i started being concerned with technique, agility, range, etc... I know i am not the best singer but it would really be great if someone will try to classify my voice and help me develop! My lows notes usually is from C#2-B3 but it can also reach B1 (vocal fry), I my voice starts to crack somewhere in F4 and G4 idk if i start transitioning from chest to mixed here but i know my voice switches into something else in this part. Idk where my head voice starts but it can r
  20. I decided to run a little experiment and (for the first time in my life) analyze exactly what notes comprise the M1, M2, and what I'll call M3 regions of my vocal track. Just for fun, and to share with some of my fellow voice geeks here. Even though I received effective vocal coaching, it was a long time ago when popular vocal teachers did not bother explaining or analyzing anything unless you were willing to sit there and pay $80/hr. to chat (never happened for me). As a result, I never paid too much attention to notes and my "range." I would always reference songs my vocal hero's were
  21. This song is out there. I like it, I'm happy with it, but I want to learn how to take my voice higher obviously. I'm a baritone I think. I can hit A4 but not with agility. This song goes up to F#4 which is typical of baritone. Constructive criticism is appreciated. Take a listen to my voice and let me know what you hear. Thank you! https://drive.google.com/open?id=1socIDJTGXkjGqf01oIiebfCOlYT3M06d
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