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I have played quite alot of music over the past years but singing is fairly new to me.

Cant afford a vocal coach so feedback would be highly appretiated

im mostly looking for tips and tricks to improve my singing what i should focus on and so on

sorry about the poor recording quality

Thanks in advance

-Kongra

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:) Sounds pretty good. Judging from the comments on the soundcloud page other people like it too.

One bit of advice or suggestion, On the Freee.....eeee you tend to add a little too much air. It comes out as

Freeee.... Heeee Fallin'. Try to hit that with a steady EEE.

I have the same trouble at times and it was pointed out to me.

Keep singing it sounds good.

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:) Sounds pretty good. Judging from the comments on the soundcloud page other people like it too.

One bit of advice or suggestion, On the Freee.....eeee you tend to add a little too much air. It comes out as

Freeee.... Heeee Fallin'. Try to hit that with a steady EEE.

I have the same trouble at times and it was pointed out to me.

Keep singing it sounds good.

Your absolutely right

i have noticed but didnt really know what to do about it

It feels alot easyer to hit the note rather then glideing to it now with the steady E

I feel like when i sing lower tones i tend to lose some stability on the tone aswell as the power

how do i go about this problem ?

Thanks a bunch and if you have anything else you would like to point out please do so

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People think that when you sing lower tones you do not need as much support as you do when you sing higher notes but when you sing a not lower than comfortable range you need to add that support just like you do for higher notes.

Hope this helps. I am not a teacher just another singer who is also working on weeknesses.

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I like the cover, I like the meter of the song. You could scale back on the tone through the nose. let the note come of the mouth, rather than past the nostril hairs. Just a personal preference of mine. I know it's popular these days for singers to sing through the nose, especially in R & B type of songs.

But I don't have any technical advice to offer.

And I think you and I are neck and neck for crappy recording quality. So, welome to the club, in that respect.

:)

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