Nicogratouille Posted March 27, 2012 Share Posted March 27, 2012 Hi, I have always pulled a lot of chest, and have mostly felt singing was hard and I had no talent for it at all, except for a couple of "moments", where I could sing freely and everything felt easy and natural. Today I had one of those "moments". Ok, this is probably gonna seem weird to most people... Please don't laugh at me. As an experiment, I put my fingers in my ears and just sang along to my favorite tunes. It just felt great, no tension (or very little), very easy to hit the high notes. I also felt I sounded a lot better than usual and I could go on singing like this for ours. I could also feel my support working. But most importantly: I finally had some pleasure singing, which I haven't really had in a long time! From time to time, I removed my fingers on the high notes and they not only felt good, but sounded good in the room as well. But if I removed my fingers from longer periods of time (a whole line or so), singing became hard again. I'd like to learn something from this, and I guess what's to learn is that I focus too much on the way I sound, instead of just singing and letting it happen. I'm listening too much for mistakes, and trying too hard to correct them in real time. Unfortunately, I didn't record myself, so I can't really know for sure if I was singing so much better today. But it certainly felt like it! I'll try the experiment again and record something. But in the meantime, what do you guys think of all that? Singing is so psychological! Nick Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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