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  1. Love These Vocals!   Rob Halford Was GREAT!    "Screaming For Vengeance"       1:15 - 1:30 - Amazing Edging skills here. Lots of twang compression and guiding the resonant energy and sound color right to the forward, hard palette to make it sound more "metal" or brighter. Not a lot of jaw movement through this passage, and thats great! Halford is very efficient with the embouchure throughout this song...    3:56 - 3:59, another great moment with good, tight edging pops right to the front of the hard palette.   You also have to appreciate his ability to interpret the lyrics and get into character. This is great character and theater in my opinion. With just a look in the eye and mouth, he makes it looks masculine and tough... Poise!  Instead of getting all spastic on stage... Love the way Halford struts on stage and keeps a very loose posture all the time.. his cool walk is not just to be cool, but it is great for keeping the body from tensing up.   Thoughts?
  2. Hey all. I hope everyone is doing okay.   My question today is how can one add more emotion to his/her singing while singing lower notes ? everything below the end of the fourth octave.   I've noticed, as a guy with a bit of a deep voice (I don't know if I'm a baritone or not anymore, I used to believe I was) it is easier for me to bring emotion into my singing when singing over the end of the fourth octave around F4 - B4.   But anything below that seems mostly just plain boring or bland, unless I forcibly sing breathy and lower my volume, which isn't really practical in most situations.   Suggestions ?
  3. Ok so since my top note in "clean" singing is A4..i often have these excursions in higher notes with my falsetto and stuff JUST because i love high singing and obviously i cant sing high yet So recently ive been able to produce these sounds (ill add link below)...i just wanna know what they are..they sound like something like i could be using (reminds me of steven tylers dream on screams) Also note that this does not cause any fatigue or strain... its preety simple for me to do but its not conected...there is evident break when reaching for this sound https://app.box.com/s/z4lz0v6i1vh9u42wpoa8snsevc9zksrh - Scream 1 https://app.box.com/s/5u4jqze474v7jyorxepnfz0k5cdu1qwl - Scream 2   Edit: https://app.box.com/s/xticmr62zl4a4ougftzrxrj13pkcgahr - Scream 3 So i just wanna know what they are and how do they sound to you Edit: i accidentally deleted the thread so i reopened it Edit 2: i added 3th scream
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