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  1. It's really good hear your voice sayin' my name, it sounds so sweet... ♫   Nice ballad from Hinder, with xtra punch & drives!  
  2. Hey everyone, What's the deal with Bryan Adams' vocals? I'm not so much talking about the rasp, as I think that's a natural thing for him, but I mean more in that he always sounds like he's using his full chest voice.  But he's often singing in the territory of G4 - C5.  Is it that he's got a much higher break than most people and is able to easily sing in chest voice up there, or simply that he has a really ballsy head/mix voice which is not distinguishable from his chest voice at all?  I know a lot of rock singers are using head voice (or mix/whatever you want to call it) in t
  3. So, a bit of background. I am a junior in High School prepping for my college auditions in November. I aim to take a musical theatre major in an exceedingly talented school, thus the difficult song that I am working on now, which is "Gethsemane" from the musical version of "Jesus Christ Superstar." During the song, Steve Balsamo belts out some fantastic and high heavy notes. What does the placement feel like to you guys when you sing/imagine this note? So far the only way I can get close to it is an improper deep focus on the inner throat which leaves little range and accuracy. Link: 
  4. So I've never had any formal training, but in the last few years I've occasionally tried to get better at singing by learning tips online and doing exercises and whatnot. While I have noticed some improvements, I still don't sound that "good". Recently I think I figured out my problem. When I sing a low to high interval in a song, I often initially jump up to a slightly lower note than the target note, then quickly (less than a half a second) raise up to the correct note. I think I originally did this because jumping a large interval and landing on the correct pitch was difficult, and it made
  5. I can see from the reaction to some of my post a few people think I'm crazy.. absolutely Thank God! I can also see my post are being misunderstood. I certainly do not mean to insult or offend anyone, nor diminish in anyway their work. I want to clarify a few things, then hit this topic.   I in no way mean to suggest, nor imply you need to sing or learn opera to be a good singer. I in no way deem any other vocal style less nor inferior, each has it own skill set, each it own difficulties. When you love many different styles it can be hard to choose what is in your best interests. I have
  6. i have been having issues with my vocal folds/glottis   I dont know why there is always a scratchy feeling inside the glottis/throat area   but the thing is that my voice nevers get hoarse in anyway with or without the pain.. its still the same   and I can get this feeling even when i am not speaking (or even after a month of vocal rest)   but the feeling is really bugging me for a long time and    I wonder if you guys know anything that can result to this   thank you so much!!!!!!
  7. hi lads,   i've question concerning the mixed voice. I've been practising it for quite a while and I searched all through the internet to find some advice and some exercises,but finally it didn't work out. First off I am male ,21 years of age , I am a tenor and i'm geordie ( english). Every time I am singing Angels by Robbie Williams I am facing that one particular high note at the beging of the chorus . It is the f-sharp just below the male tenor c. Sometimes I hit this note in my chest voice properly but ocassionally I just miss it and my family is about to scarper.So I informed mesel
  8. Please die, Ana...   Almost 15.000 plays in Soundcloud!   My personal lab for this tune: Two fasting days to understand how Daniel Johns felt about anorexia... Pure madness for the music!    
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