VideoHere Posted May 26, 2011 Share Posted May 26, 2011 hi folks, here's a little something i've come to realize that may help some folks that may not already know this. when you watch a video of a favorite singer singing... don't always assume the volume or power, or support they're employing to hit the notes is the same volume, power, or support you have to use to hit those same notes. for example, you may need to dial ahead or dial back or exert more or exert less than you think you need to, to sing that song per your particular voice or level of development. the singer may or may not be singing as powerful as you think he is, or he really is, so you actually could be undersinging or undersupporting and that is the issue as to why (for example) you can't hit the note or sustain the note or whatever the case may be. you simply may not be strong enough in the same way the guy next to you in the gym curls with 50lb. dumbells and you curl with 20lb. dumbells. with some songs you really have to be strong enough or developed enough to sing. and i'm also referring to easy-sounding songs, that really aren't that easy.... i know it sounds simple, like we all know this, but do we? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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