VideoHere Posted January 20, 2010 Share Posted January 20, 2010 From the clip I heard of 'Cryin' IMO you need to sit into it and deliver the lines, they are way to heady and light for my taste. If you sing tentatively you're gonna have problems with connection. If you want to sing rock authentically you gotta ride the rail man. This ain't belly boarding, this is big wave surfing. Get aggressive with it. It all depends on what your goal is, if you're a weekend warrior and want to sing for fun on the weekends with your band or karaoke night then you can play it safe but if your goal is a career as a rock singer then you need not be f'n around. You need to hit that B like you mean it, with balls. The right intensity will help keep it together, if you're gun-shy you're gonna struggle. You gotta a nice voice man, it's like you've been givin the keys to a Porsche and you're driving around in circles in a parking lot, you gotta take it out on the freeway and drop the hammer and see what she can do, blown the carbon out. That's just my opinion but I will tell you I have personally mastered that style of singing and not just from a coaching standpoint. I only say this because the art of singing the way you want is mastered by few but taught by many these days. I was teaching screaming long before probably anybody on this site (cuz I'm old...lol), Sabine was one of the only other ones. Now there's money in teaching screaming so a lot have jumped in the water, which is not a bad thing. I'm not writing this to be a d**k I'm just trying to help you the best way I know. If you go on stage singing that style of music to heady people will turn their backs and order drinks, you gotta grab them man! Don't be afraid, you lack nothing. You can do it. The first step is to step into the role of being that singer and then go after the technique, not the other way around. this is exactly how i feel but couldn't articulate. singing takes work and energy!!!! thnaks james Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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