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  1. Hi guys, I have been following many methods and Rob was one of the first guys that got my attention on the internet so I decided to come over here and share my first 2 videos on youtube. I started practicing 3 years ago and I was unable to imagine that I would one day share my voice with public so I practiced in car or forest or in an empty buildings . But I thought that the time has come to get my ass to the studio and share the partial success I got from my practice. I know it is a long road still and I am not gonna stop now - I will continue practicing everyday to get my voic
  2. Hey guys. So I've been singing for some years now. I'm classicaly trained, theoretically a tenor, but I could never manage to understand and make the adjustments to go higher than F4 without breaking into M2 or straining a lot. Last year I started reading a lot about voice physiology and learning contemporary singing technique. Now I can go sometimes even up to G5 (not a pretty singable tone yet, but it's there). From Bb4 up I can somehow manage a lighter sound that doesn't sound like M2, but between E4 and A4 I can only do full-on belting or something lighter but with a lot of constriction (a
  3. 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
  4. Hello everybody! So my last thread I asked for help on mixed/ middle register. I have been working on it for a little while now but I still feel like I'm shouting and using too much air on belting high notes. It's as if I'm trying to sing it rather than just letting the sound out. Here is a comparison: and me lol: Any tips or advice is appreciated. Don't know if I'm shouting because I can't get that cord closure properly in my higher registers or if it's a bunch of different things. Woke up a little hoarse today too
  5. I was thinking of this and I'd love to hear your opinions, especially from the voice teachers. Let's say a singer tried an experiment. He committed to practicing every day where he has to run the voice up his range and he had to avoid any kind of bridging, no letting go into falsetto, no transitioning...nothing... just had to run the full voice up all through just sheer will and determination. So any scale, any siren any voice exercise had to be done in full voice. No use of any heady placement, just pull up chest higher and higher..... I wonder,,,,,Would the voice eventually find it's way al
  6. Hi guys, my range is not that great, I can sing in head voice only up to E5 before I cannot get higher. I can use chest range up to F4. The interesting thing to me is that I can sing the same note in head voice and chest voice at multiple pitches below F4. I read in my studies that Manuel Garcia did this with his student, but in my CVT book it says it is dangerous to use falsetto below C5. I am sorry if this is a dumb question but is there any benefit to singing the same note in m1 and then m2 or is this unhealthy for the voice? How is this beneficial or harmful for male voice training? After
  7. Check out my new cover guys, was a lot of fun to make!  It's got some of those damned F4s in it.. they were tough but I pulled them off decent enough.    http://picosong.com/VUVi/   edit: I know there are some problems with this cover, it's definitely not to my potential.  I did both the tracks on first take and just rolled with it because it was damn fun.  Feel free to call out any issues you might be able to help with though.  I'm already aware of where all the pitch problems are though.     edited with better version of cover
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