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  1. 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
  2. "No Reply" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1964 album Beatles for Sale. The lyrics typify Lennon's more introspective and mature songwriting on the Beatles for Sale album. Dedicated to all peoples that have nowhere to go, or no one to get support from. Open your hearts and ears, there are still good people in this world!!! Feedback is much appreciated. https://youtu.be/cuxaUBXSrVk
  3. Hi, I hope you are all doing well. I’m a 22 year old guy, I want to learn to sing better. Any tips? I am thinking about enrolling in a college singing course (my major is healthcare management). Here are some of my recordings. What should I work on to improve based on these songs? What should my warm up routine be? What should my practice routine look like? I should add that I’m partially deaf so it takes a little more work for me than normal people. Another thing, what famous singer or singers would you compare my voice to? That way I am find male artists who sound similar to me and see what they do to sound good. https://m.soundcloud.com/auguste-solis
  4. "All You Need Is Love" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles that was released as a non-album single in July 1967. It was written by John Lennon and credited to the Lennon–McCartney partnership. Election Day is a day for the future of our children and grandchildren!!! Love is all we need - love is greater than hate - love is the greatest!!! When one loves, one gives, one shares, one empties for another!!! https://youtu.be/PymCUzt5Bas
  5. "A Day in the Life" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, released in their 1967 album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. It remains one of the most celebrated songs in music history, appearing on many lists of the greatest songs of all time. Lennon's lyrics were mainly inspired by contemporary newspaper articles, including a report on the death of Guinness heir Tara Browne. Beware of fake news. A lot of time, fake news is so obvious. Keep love always in your heart, and always be ready to give it out generously!!! Feedback is much appreciated. https://youtu.be/QeJb67D87mA
  6. "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1967 album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. It was written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Lennon's son Julian inspired the song with a nursery school drawing that he called "Lucy – in the sky with diamonds". Shortly before the album's release, speculation arose that the first letter of each of the nouns in the title intentionally spelled "LSD". Lennon repeatedly denied that he had intended it as a drug song, and attributed the song's fantastical imagery to his reading of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland books. This song id dedicated to my wonderful and beautiful sister, Ruby Del Rosario, and to her who family. This song also goes to her loving life-partner, Armin, a successful banker, Civil Engineer, and Home Builder. Happy Birthday, Ruby!!! Ruby In The Sky With Diamonds! We love you!!! https://youtu.be/gh8kyd1A91g
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  8. "Grandma's Hands" is a song written by Bill Withers about his grandmother. It was included on his first album Just as I Am (1971), and was released as a single. Withers' maternal grandfather, Gracchus Monroe Galloway (1855–1937), had been born into slavery. In his youth, Withers attended church with his maternal grandmother, Lula (1868–1953), where she would sing and clap along with the hymns. He later said: "It was spontaneous singing, there was nothing programmed. People got up and sang and everybody would join in. It was my favorite kind of singing. Dedicated to all grandmothers, and for all of us who remember our "Lola". We love you and always honor your name and remembrance! https://youtu.be/OwNyikokmfo
  9. Home studio recording. Original backing track with vocals removed.
  10. "On and On" is a song by American singer-songwriter Stephen Bishop. The song, from his debut album Careless, became a major hit, released on May 1977.This song is dedicated to all lost and heart-broken peoples of our world!!!Hope, Peace and Love is my wish to all!!!Feedback is much appreciated.https://youtu.be/KvMN1asOm98
  11. Here is my song, "Lost Souls Are Misplaced" MAYBE SOME OF YOU CAN IDENTIFY WITH THIS HOOK GIVEN OUR WORLD THESE DAYS. HAS SOME KILLER SCREAMS IN IT... ANYWAY, ENJOY. MAKE A POST AND SHARE VIDEOS OR AUDIO OF YOUR SONGS! COACH ROBERT
  12. "Creep" is the debut single by the English rock band Radiohead, released on 21 September 1992. "Creep" remains Radiohead's most successful single. It was named one of the greatest debut singles and one of the greatest songs by Rolling Stone. This song is dedicated to our young people today, in search for their own identity and mark in this world. Believe that tomorrow is a brighter day. Hope, peace and love to all of you!!!. Feedback appreciated. https://youtu.be/bEhlX3zWWLc
  13. Cover version! Original backing track with vocals removed.
  14. I've played more than 1,000 open mics. When the pandemic shut that s*** down, I recorded this ode "Fish Bowl" to the dreamers and the fools who stood up to croon into a sweaty mic to a bunch of strangers and frenemies. Meanwhile in the corner of the room there's a glowing aquarium full of equally exposed fish: https://fridrix.bandcamp.com/track/fish-bowl-funky-margarita-mix Y'all might find the range of vocal stylistics mildly interesting, especially if you can make it to the end. Thanks for tolerating this cringey self-promotion and thanks for all the advice over the years from this forum! It might be hard to tell but I have spent a lot of time in here! ><(((;> https://frederickingram.com
  15. Hi guys, Hoping you can help, I'm really stuck, I'm in a covers band, as bass player and vocals, when we rehearse in the rehearsal room, I often record myself back and Im often flat in areas, however in the room it sounds in perfect pitch to my ears, but I'm really frustrated, does anyone have any ideas on how I can stay in pitch? Would blocking 1 ear be helpful? We've had a few gigs and everyone said I sound good, but I just don't think I do and it's making me really conscious and losing confidence, any tips would be great! Thanks in advance x
  16. Rate my voice 1 being the worst voice you’ve ever heard 10 being the best voice you’ve ever heard
  17. Hello Is the lowest note rob halford sings a c2 vocal fry around 11:12
  18. 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?
  19. 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
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  21. Hello Is Bruce Dickinson still a tenor since his voice is deeper now?
  22. 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.
  23. 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!
  24. 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?
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