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funny I was thinking of posting my try at this one. You did good, pitches are good on spot, maybe need to work a bit on your timing (or were you going for that loose, free time feeling? then its ok) but to my ears the words felt a little jumbled up, you can focus a little bit more on clear pronunciation, may be?

good work!

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I think you did a better version than I did some time ago and I think I know, now, where I went wrong. I was trying to do it too heavy, where as you lightened up where you need to. You should do a full length version of this song.

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Well done, and for a couple of reasons. You stay centered on the pitch, whereever it leads you. Second, you did it as Devaitis, not as Sebastian Bach. I will buy lunch if he can sing as high as you can with a clean tone. And I will win, because he can't. He can do it distorted and these days, he does it as a gritty scream. But you can hit his highest notes clean and pure and that is something to be proud of.

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you can focus a little bit more on clear pronunciation, may be?

good work!

Agreed with the pronounciation thingy. If you listen to the very last line, you're singing "Tomember yesterday, focking handyand". Lol. But I liked it, man, it sounded cool! I'd prefer it slightly more twangy, but that's a matter of opinion. You've got good control of your voice, devaitis and the overall sound is very pretty. Good vibrato, too.

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"Tomember yesterday, focking handyand". Lol.

:D:lol::cool:

Im sorry for my English. I know i don't devote as much time to it as I should. I will change it. I can do this. I promise.

When I focus on pronunciation I can sing mostly correct. My Elton John cover " Can you feel...." is a proof. :)

Thank you for comment.

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I'd prefer it slightly more twangy

I want to make my voice much much much more TWANGY. I work on it really hard.

Quality of Lamberts voice is my dream. However im 23 and I will try my best to reach my purpose! I will do it with your help. Amen.

BTW I have to admit that S. Bach has really really good voice and technique! Unfortunately metal music isnt my favorite one.

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I found his performance of "Gethsemane" a bit different than I would have expected from him because the high notes were gravelly screams, rather than a cleaner version.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0IEDs88yvg

Any way, if you are not into hard rock and heavy metal, then you might enjoy other styles of music. I think you have a good R & B vibe. What if you sang "I Remember You" as an R & B type of song. Give that a try and I bet it will be great.

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devaitis - Generally your voice sounds very good. Nice connection and tone especially when you go up high. It sounds that the song isn't "in your voice" yet because of some slight pitch issues here and there and some of the phrasing and pronunciation isn't yet polished. There are some of the higher notes that sound as if you are struggling to hit, others you hit perfectly. That all should come with practice and attention to the best vowel choices and formation. The male voice in those high ranges is just peculiar in the fact the the slightest change in vowel can make or break the note. Good job and keep it up. Lambert's control and technical mastery is also a dream for me. Keep it up!

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