sjs94704 Posted November 25, 2018 Share Posted November 25, 2018 Hi, ALL! My name is Steven and I am from Berkeley, California USA and I am an amateur singer. I have my own home recording studio. I use Reaper as my recording software. I download my background music and then I sing to it and have lots of fun doing all kinds of cool stuff with it! I am currently recording music in the style of Karen Souza. I am a Baritone, so I have to make a few adjustments to the original song which can get a little too high notes for me and sound like ....... Yuck! Here is the song 'Every Breath You Take' I have highlighted the phrases that seem too high to be comfortable for me and so I would like to make a smooth transition downward in notes vs. upwards as the original goes, but, I would just like it to be smooth and to begin going down in the right place. I don't want to break from the original tune too much, but, I could use some suggestions of what to do here so that as I sing the song as a Baritone that it sounds smooth as if it was meant to be that way! See below ...... Every breath you takeEvery move you makeEvery bond you breakEvery step you takeIll be watching youEvery single dayEvery word you sayEvery game you playEvery night you stayIll be watching youOh, cant you seeYou belong to meHow my poor heart achesWith every step you takeEvery move you makeEvery vow you breakEvery smile you fakeEvery claim you stakeIll be watching you Since you’ve gone I beenlost without a traceI dream at night I canonly see your faceI look around but its you I cant replaceI feel so cold and Ilong for your embraceI keep crying baby, baby, please... (Break) Oh, cant you seeYou belong to meHow my poor heart achesWith every breath you takeEvery move you makeEvery vow you breakEvery smile you fakeEvery claim you stakeIll be watching youEvery smile you fakeEvery claim you stake (sing 4 times)Ill be watching you Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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