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  1. Rate my voice 1 being the worst voice you’ve ever heard 10 being the best voice you’ve ever heard
  2. Hello Is the lowest note rob halford sings a c2 vocal fry around 11:12
  3. I got news from @Robert Lunte that our friend and team member Adolph Namlik passed away earlier this month... This is sad news and I feel we should do something in his memory, perhaps a song with everyone adding their voices, or perhaps those who want to record something on their own could send it too. I will be recording a song if anyone wants to help or collab doing something please let me know. Felipe
  4. Hello I try to experiment with my voice by recording myself and hearing back. I try open mouth so both my front and bottom teeth shows and the tone gets bigger and it sounds better. When i try to hide my bottom teeth the sound gets muffled and bad. Why is that? Does teeth affect tone?
  5. https://www.amazon.com/Singing-Athlete-Brain-based-Training-Voice/dp/1734636904/ref=zg_bs_1771_13?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=C3VFBJJE4J4TVB1P03WY singing book
  6. Mikey Said No . Mikey Said No.mp4 (Click Bottom Right Corner menu to Download this Video to Share) My Music Staff Integrates Skype & Zoom Download the PDFs Below Print_MMS Online Teaching Checklist.pdf Click_MMS Online Teaching Checklist.pdf If you do not want to use Skype or Zoom, this is the best service available for offering virtual lessons. Go to PLAY WITH A PRO... CLICK HERE >>> . .
  7. Hello Is Bruce Dickinson still a tenor since his voice is deeper now?
  8. I recently noticed that there's somewhat of a crackle in my voice when I'm in chest/mix (not in head). I have no idea what's causing this and happens involuntarily. Anyone know why this is happening? Here's a quick recording: https://soundcloud.com/lowquenso/cracing It's very noticeable in "Would it be a sin" in the first 6 seconds.
  9. Hello! I’m a guitarist that’s looking to be able to hold a tune while accompanying myself on the guitar. I’m brand new to singing and I’m looking for help on where to get started with improving before I potentially invest in a vocal coach. I have attached (hopefully) a YouTube video of me singing Death Cab For Cutie’s ‘I Will Follow You Into The Dark’ while accompanying myself on the guitar. Please critique absolutely everything and don’t hold back. Lay into how bad it is as long as I can get some advice on how to improve from it. I have no idea about my voice type, my range or anything. I’m a total singing newbie. Feel free to use musical terminology if needed as I’m a multi-instrumentalist, I hope I should be able to understand it. Thanks!
  10. I would say that talking about fach just confuses people in the beginning? Beginners need to find out their natural voices and what they are good at and not so good at. On certain forums you find beginners who ask if they are a dramatic tenor or some kind of baritone. To me this is not very helpful at all. It takes time to find out who you are when it comes to the voice. In my case I am a higher tenor. My teachers says that I am a tenor1. All we beginners need to know is bassically what range we have and how we need to train our voices. You really only know your fach when you have practiced singing for a very long time. Also, there a different fach systems as well. All we need is to search for is our own natural voices. Sure, it is nice to know your fach. I would like to be classified as a spieltenor or something simmilar as I like spieltenors a lot and am a bit an actor myself. I cannot know who I am right now and I am probably not going to sing opera so why even care about operatic fach systems? What do you say?
  11. Hello I wanna learn how to sound more like Geoff Tate. What technique he uses on the song Take hold of the flame on the verses and the chorus?
  12. Hello, fellow singers! Here is my next cover: If you like what you see, please share and like the video, and subscribe to my channel! Thank you all.I hope you enjoy!
  13. I've been listening to BTS "Dynamite" and looking at their Tiny Desk (Home) Concert. Most of the singers seem to hit the high B4 with ease, even though some have more vocal strain. On other songs, I'm able to hit a B4 without much vocal strain, but not in Dynamite. I find this particular sentence hard to sing and struggle with my vowels. I'm experiencing with different ways to approach the note, but I can't seem to get it right. Yes, there are some processing on the vocals in their performance, I already know that. I'm looking for some tips to help me hit the B4 with less straining. Here are all the timestamps refering to the sentence "Shining through the city with a little funk and soul": B4 => 0:55, 1:45, 2:02, 2:36 C#5 => 2:53, 3:09
  14. Hello I wanna learn how to sound more like Geoff Tate. What technique he uses on the song Take hold of the flame on the verses and the chorus?
  15. Hello I wanna learn how to sound more like Geoff Tate. What technique he uses on the song Take hold of the flame on the verses and the chorus?
  16. Hi everyone! I'm new here, and my goal is to be able to eventually sing like Ronnie James Dio and Jorn Lande. As a beginner, what would be the best way to start me on my path? Should I find a teacher? If so, can someone give me some recommendations? Are there any good lessons online that could get me started? I luckily have a really high natural range, so I don't need to expand my range so much. I just want to be able to effortlessly sing high songs without it sounding too nasally and find a way to add that amazing gravel and vibrato. Thanks for your help!
  17. I've been singing for about 6 years now, and have made really good headway with increasing my register and blending head and chest voice etc. But I've always wanted to be able to do little trills or scatting, nothing OTT, but it is a skill I've always admired in my favourite male singers (Prince and Michael Jackson) and always wished I could pull off. I have 2 questions: 1. Why does it seem to come naturally to some people? Especially black folks? Does anyone actually know the science behind this? and 2. What is the best way to go about learning how to do this? Whenever I have tried doing it in the past, I come across tedious exercises of vocal trills which are always out of any musical context and I never really know how to go from these exercises to encorporating it into a song etc. I have also tried slowing down some vocal parts of my favourite songs and trying to decipher some of the tricky timings of the trills that way, but haven't had a lot of luck. This is an area I really want to work on. Any tips?
  18. So I've been singing for several years now and I've a pretty okay grip on how to use different techniques when I need to. I'm a male to give this some context and I wouldn't say I have a high voice. If anything, my voice is low, not deep but low. I know this because whenever I sing with others, I can always hear a huge difference between our voices. A few weeks ago, we recorder a song in school with over 16 voices in a room, I was on the furthest end from the recorder but yet my voice was still stood out because it was lower that everyone else's. Again, my voice isn't deep and on a good practise day, I can hit high notes for example the chorus of I Have Nothing and if I push hard enough, I can sing Let It Go up till the final belt. Yet, I find myself in an impossible position to sing songs from mostly male singers. It's not that the notes are too low, but because it's too high ( ? ) What I mean by this is take an Ed Sheeran song for example, I might start off pretty okay but immediately when the chorus hits, I can't seem to find the right key and when I do, I have to nearly screech to hit the notes. Another example is Say You Won't Let Go by James Arthur, I sing the verses perfectly well, but when it enters the prechorus, I can feel my veins in my neck squeezing so hard just to hit the note. This might be a bad comparison because it is a pretty hard song to sing. Or even Luke Bryan or Andy Grammer, both these singers are one of my favourite male singers but it pains me because I can't even sing 1 of their songs. When I listen to their songs, they don't even particularly start singing high notes but for some weird reason I can't find the right key to it. I always end up singing lower than the original and strain my voice real hard to the point where it doesn't even sound good. I don't really know if there's some key that I'm not hearing or something but it baffles me that I can choose to sing Ariana Grande but can't sing Blake Shelton because it's too high. I would really love some insight into this problem as it makes me really hard to harmonize with in groups and I would really like to be able to sing with other guys instead. Another thing to add is that I don't have a bright voice, I might be able to sing Let It Go or Defying Gravity on key but those would never be my performing choices as I only use them as comparisons and range practise. My most comfortable and natural tone sits on a more depressing ( ? ) tone. What I mean by that is that I don't sound cheery or about to bust out singing Broadway. Perhaps this might be a reason to why I can't seem to sing some of the " male " songs because I can't mimic the same tone that some of them tend to have.
  19. I wrote and performed a short opera as a medical student in 1965 (St Thomas' Hospital, London). I'm resuscitating the music in my retirement, and am trying to get in touch with the people who sang in it. Eileen (may have a married name now) had a fabulous contralto voice, and Peter was a wonerful Australian tenor. Anyone knows these guys and can put me in touch I'd be very grateful.
  20. Hello, fellow singers! My next cover is here: If you like it, please share the video and subscribe to my channel! Thank you all.I hope you enjoy!
  21. Hearing this song for the first time can you depict an image of the singer? Do you think he is a professional or amateur? How long do you think he is been singing and playing guitar? How is his guitar playing? How old do you think he is? I sometimes do this for random artists I’ve never seen and then look them up and see the differences. Anyhow, what do you think about this cover? How can you tell?
  22. Sup! Good stuff, we have now a group on Facebook messenger for live chat and exchanging audio samples on the fly. Join us here! https://m.me/join/AbaMTBP3g9tLhKss \m/
  23. Hello, i'm male on my late teens and a literal beginner on singing. Recently, i've read some topics about vocal ranges and techniques and i wanted to know what my vocal types are and if i did my singing incorrectly. Because i've read that for male that tried to reach high notes, it often accidentally fall into falsetto and highly possible to damage my voices if i overdone it. So i'd be happy if you can make some reviews and ratings about my recordings below so i can started to practice correctly. And i really didn't know what my vocal ranges is Lol. Thanks a lot!! PS: i'm sorry for false notes and tempos, i barely start singing arbitrarily when we were younh (1).mp3 circles low (1).mp3
  24. I'm a rather young Bass singer: only in my early teens, and I'm trying to improve my tone. I've been told by my teacher I have a very dark tone, so I've been working on brightening it for the past month or so. However, now that my tone has brightened significantly, I noticed that my voice sounds much less mature than other Basses that I've listened to. Now I'm confused about what gives a Bass, especially a classical soloist, that "Bass" sound other than the brightness/darkness of their voice or if I simply made my tone too bright.
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