rofleren Posted January 16, 2012 Share Posted January 16, 2012 What do you guys do, when there are days you can't sing or if you feel that you're getting zero improvement and maybe your skills is even going in the wrong direction? I get sad - and then I try to sing songs that I can't sing, and get even sadder, haha. Do you have any small self-help tools or thoughts, when you are unsure of your progress? I try to do my exercises every day, and I make sirens all day long, but I feel no improvement and hasn't done that for many many months. Singing is the thing I want to be good at. I want to be able to find a song and then sing it. I WANT to succeed! I want singing to be my future, my career. Next year after my current education, I'll have to find a new education, and I want it to be a singer education of some sort. I want to be able to get into singing academies, but I don't feel good enough yet. I have ONE song in my repertory, and that is "Bring him home" like 2 notes down or something. Singing is a thing that gives me lots of joy, and I am proud to call myself a singer, but often I get doubts of my own skills. I have one song that I can sing, god dammit. I have a very hard time finding songs, that I can sing that I want to sing. I want to impress myself and other when I perform. I want to make people feel that they just had a wonderful experience. Some of you might have seen it before, but this is my only song that I can sing, and people were very happy and so was I. It was wonderful. I've been trying to sing other songs from musicals, "Stars" and "Empty Chairs at Empty Tables" and "Music of the Night" and the high note is holding me back in all of the songs. My singing range is only really useful from F2 to F4, and lots of musical songs require a high note from G4 to A4. And when I'm not trying to sing musical songs, I try with a whole other sound, in the metal genre, and here I just make high notes that isn't very useful or cool sounding, like nearly everything that I hear from you guys!! I've beginning to doubt what way I would like to go aswell. Classical or Rhythmic? To be honest, them both. I think my main goal is be able to sing Gethsemane like Steve Balsamo. Awesome high notes, very useful for metal and the delicious sound of a musical star. I think my biggest force is my natural baritone sound which is what I show off in my video. Anyone has thoughts for motivation when you think you're stuck and/or anything else related to my post? I would love to hear from YA'LL!:cool: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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