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  1. KYLIVY

    My voice type

    I know that classifying a voice type isn’t something I should focus on but I’m just curious about what I would be labeled as. My speaking range is from G2/Ab2-D3/E3 (this is just when I speak, I tend to reach G2 when I’m tired or sick) I am untrained and have never taken a singing class, but the highest my chest voice can push if I try is D4 and maybe F4. I don’t try and use head or falsetto since I don’t want to damage my chords since I’m not a trained singer but I feel in mixed and in head voice I could reach higher notes. Again, I know voice classification shouldn’t matter and that everyone has their own unique voice but I am curious what I would be labeled. Btw I’m new on this forum and I wasn’t sure where to post this.
  2. I think lots of people here might have heard somebody say that a voice gave them chills. What is it about a voice that can trigger this kind of response in somebody's body? This question could also even be extended to an emotional response period.
  3. Please answer this as one as it applies to you.
  4. Lyssie

    Best vocal course

    Which vocal course is best? (I want sing mainly rock - from art rock, blues rock, swing to heavy metal but too can sing most of music genre) I hear (mostly) good opinions about: Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy and course '' How To Sing Better Than Anyone Else '', Kevin Richards (Rpm Vocal Studio) and course '' Breaking The Chains '' ''Superior Singing Method'' of Aaron Anastasi And '' Singing Success 360'' of Brett Manning What do you think about these courses and which is best and help me 'increase' my voice? - Lyssie
  5. What song have you been addicted to lately? For me, it's this song: Another Life by D'angelo. Came out officially 7 months ago. I've been listening to it ever since, and it's almost been an everyday thing. Even made the 3rd chorus my ringtone, and I end up singing along every time my phone rings What about everyone else? What song have you been listening to a lot lately?
  6. I am new here. Please give me some constructive tips so I can improve! ;)
  7. TryingToMakeAMark

    Novice here, Please review

    Hi, I am a complete novice to singing. Have never sung before, I am not even a native English speaker, but I am planning something special for my significant other. Could someone please review this piece that I have attempted and suggest improvements? Thanks
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  9. 2 years ago I caught a cold and developed laryngitis as a result.. Due to my ignorance at the time, even tho I could not talk, I still managed to yell.. I remember exactly how it felt when I would do this.. like I was forcing my voice up, past my chest and throat, and through, from the top of my head.. You can only imagine the damage I caused doing that.. well, fast forward and to make a long story short, I was diagnosed by an ENT with muscle tension dysphonia. He placed me on 8 weeks vocal therapy and in that time I had improved greatly (90-95% back normal) .. The tension began to return after about three months and this time I had "uneven vocal folds", indicating the begining of vocal nodules.. so back for another 12 weeks of therapy I went, next follow-up and the nodules were gone.. However this time around my voice has not returned to normal and it's been about 6 weeks now post follow-up. I've noticed I can't even seem to access my head voice anymore . It feels as if I have a board in my head sitting *above my nose but resting under my eyes * and it's physically blocking me from reaching that point (just an visual) this is worrying to me because the head voice, all my life, has been a comfortable and frequent resonance for me. My chest voice is fine and my mixed voice is extremely hard to maintain without breaks and I have no range whatsoever.. Is it possible to "blow out" your head voice ? Even with pitch slides and other resonance and vocal stretching exercises, the effort seems very discouraging.. What sounds like could be my "head voice", really just sounds "broken" .
  10. The Future Vocalist

    Roy Khan

    Roy Khan not only is my favorite singer but one of my major vocal influences and my inspiration getting into music/singing. His tonality is one of the best around and here is one of the reasons why I said that: I was wondering how hard would it be to get a tone like that? Rich,vibrant and beautiful. I'm not so much talking about sounding like him(although I would love to sound like him)but to get that same rich tone he has especially singing ballads like Abandoned?
  11. I've been singing for a few years, but only with the chord progression. When the chord strikes, I sing with the chord notes, passing tones, or notes that are omitted from the chord. This is the first time I will be singing along with a bassline. Is it possible to sing along with the bassline, but use different notes? For example, the F chord is playing FACE, the bass is playing it's melody with notes from the chord or some tension notes etc... Can I sing along with the bassline, but use different notes from the chord? Or is it vital that the voice and bass play the same notes at the same time when the melody is the same?
  12. Austin Rivera

    Singing sounds so bland

    A little background, I've been singing for 3 years but within those three years I'll admit, I haven't really been faithful and practices that much. I'd have a 30 minutes vocal lesson then practice once in that week, but now I want to be fully serious. I honestly don't find much improvement (apart from my vocal range growing), so that's why I came here. Anyways, here are some of my songs, try not to cringe... (May be transposed down) (and sorry for any rattling sounds) November 2016: https://vocaroo.com/i/s0i1llhTXc6p (So horrible lol April 30 2017: https://vocaroo.com/i/s0Vu0XWod5Hz April/May/June 2018: https://vocaroo.com/i/s0EEw2vwfgjh June 2018: https://vocaroo.com/i/s1H80WeuAxrY June - July 2018: https://vocaroo.com/i/s0YjJHX2SeBL July 2018: https://vocaroo.com/i/s0FP83li3Fwi I don't know, my voice sounds like it's flat, as if it is super boring. Please help! I really want critical and specific feed back if possible. Thanks!
  13. I never took lessons or really sang much in public before but I just want feedback if I start. Thank you https://www.smule.com/recording/the-little-mermaid-disney-part-of-your-world-part-of-your-world/117899271_2374836385
  14. Hi there, Why does this spectrogram of me singing a scale show more than one frequency at the same time?
  15. Hi all, I would really apreciate to get your opinion on my voice and my covers below with many kind of music (Pop/Acoustic/Piano-voice...) SoundCloud link to my covers : Let me thank you in advance for your feedback ! Best Taha
  16. ilovemyself

    Singing intervals

    I've been singing Swedish traditional music with a vocal ensemble this spring. I sounded good in the ensemble, I think. The leader (the teacher) was happy with my singing. At home when checking with a tuning app (on cellphone) I could not sing the correct intervals. Eg. I was supposee to sing G-E but would hit Eb instead of E. After some practice and testing I hit E. Is ensemble singing easier? What is going on?
  17. Mt.Wal

    Ed Sheeran - Happier

    Hello ! New cover of Ed Sheeran songs: Happier https://soundcloud.com/user-257453606/ed-sheeran-happier-cover Hope you'll like it ;) Fell free to comment, Thanks !
  18. Please participate in this poll... this "Poll" post has been opened up for discussion as well...   That statistic on warming up is interesting.... almost 50/50.
  19. Brix

    Just passing by

    I'm sorry about the quality. I'm too lazy to buy a mic. Can anyone give me feedback on my singing? I'm starting to think I'm damaging people's ears.
  20. Hey I just started to sing and would love to get some feedback on how my voice sounds. Here's a snippet of a cover I did to Without You by Spooky Black (Corbin). Thanks!
  21. ilovemyself

    Getting people to sing

    What is the typical range of an untrained male singer? I have heard from a teacher that everything under C can be a bit low for some men. This song has a range that might be big for an untrained singer:http://www.spelapiano.org/vem-kan-segla-forutan-vind.html If a typical untrained male were to sing it what would be the best key? And what key would be best if a woman would sing a long as well? I wanted to perform this tune with people who might join in and sing with me when I'm accompanying them on the piano or accordion. It be nice if you experts could give me some advice. Even if the key were wrong for them it might be possible that they themselve would just join in anyway without realising how bad it sounds, right?
  22. Singing is the art of producing musical sounds with the voice and augments regular speech by the use of sustained tonality, rhythm, and the most important thing, a variety of vocal techniques. Sure the one who listens to songs are known as the listener (Song listeners) but the one who sings the songs are called singer or vocalist as well. If you are the one who is interested to learn singing but due to busy schedule can't join any Musical Training Institute or center then don't be sad I have best alternative for you. As World is moving toward digital so you can learn music online as well, There are lots of music training Sites / Teachers available. You can Learn Music On Youtube or you get paid skype classes as well If want to know about more sources to Learn Music then I suggest you to go check out singing-Life Blog. Singing Life was the one of most helpful source for me to learn music when I was struggling to learn hope you are going to get advantage from it as well. Best of Luck Don't forget to leave Feedback
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  24. Please go visit my channel and view a few videos. https://www.youtube.com/user/sellsh