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  1. Hey all, Anybody know of a good system or group of exercises for developing what seems to be known as perfect pitch? When I say perfect pitch, I'm not referring to singing without being pitchy. That's under control as long as I don't rush. I'm talking about the ability to hear a note, and know what note and octave that note belongs to. If you could do this, you can learn to play any song by ear. One of the reasons I'm interested in working this out.
  2. GSoul82 force me out of my comfort zone ( choirboy/ falsetto ) singing, thanks  my first take on this song but i will/ need to practise a lot to make this sound good    
  3. Hi guys. Ive been preety consistent with my training lately and some good things are happening. What ive been wondering is how should a head voice sound when in training. Let me elaborate. When training bridging and head voice into full sounding belts one must start at the begining and sound horrible. But i am wondering how does it progress. How should we sound when we are in training. So what is the middle ground between falsetto and full head voice. We see Robert Lunte and other guys singing high head tones with alot of power and convincing notes but how do we know we are on the right tr
  4. I think my problem is that in high parts of the songs generally i take the "easy way" and go falsetto. This is my try not to do so...is falsetto better after all?       >
  5. So if someone finds the Kazoo helpful, I might venture and recommend a vocal acoustic monitor while I'm at it. Don't just go out and buy one for whatever it costs, like 20+ usd or something. Grab a coke bottle or a large tub of something, in my case it was some sports supplements, and cut it into a curved shape you can place against your mouth and your ear. If you're a lazy POS and don't feel like cutting bottholes then you can grab your mama's plastic baking bowl and place it against your head like a telephone. I've found this to actually be worlds better than my tub-monitor. I like
  6. Learning to sing and perfecting your voice can be a daunting task. Sometimes i feel like i cant handle it and i feel down without any will to continue, but the very next day all those clouded emotions go away and i get back on track. Sometimes the "dark" periods are longer and they get to me more.   To me, Love i feel for music and singing is what drives me forward and can turn the tides even in the darkest of days.   I was wondering what made you guys go on? How was it for you from day 1 until now. What did you do when having bad days or did you ever feel like that?   Eve
  7. What are some of the best ways to improve and strengthen your voice quickly?  Obviously no replacement for time and experience, but just what are some things you can do that will make quicker improvements to your voice?
  8. So I've been perusing the forums for a while now as continue to develop my voice. I was wondering for everyone out there who wants to reply: If you were a beginnner again and your goal was to develop a "high-performing voice," knowing everything you know now, how would you go about your vocal training? What would you do differently? What would you do the same?   The only reason I ask this is because I've seen many people do many things:   I've seen people who got real deep with a certain vocal program, whether it's 4 Pillars or Breaking the Chains or whatever and take lessons wit
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