colin040 Posted March 21, 2013 Share Posted March 21, 2013 Hey folks, I was wondering: how does one use proper distortion? Some of the best examples I can come up with are included in the following links. Nick Holmes harsh vocals are some of my favourite on this album. He sounded more comfortable than on Icon, the album that was released before this one and way more natural than on the latter albums (sadly he doesn't even pull much of the harsh lines off live nowadays, or atleast not with convince.) I knew the guy used to smoke which I'm sure influences your voice too...but does anyone know how to do this sort of singing style without blowing up your voice? This is my favourite The Who track and I'd say the vocals play a huge role here. I love the raw, raspy screams Daltrey pulls off here. Considering he's still able to do that nowadays I assume he used a safe technique. Thoughts? This one seems to be a bit of a question. The singer is still able to scream yet I have absolutely no idea how he does this. The half sung/screamed stuff sounds great to my ears and nor really strained. Does anyone have an idea how to do this? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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