joshual Posted April 12, 2013 Share Posted April 12, 2013 Hi there, I'm asking you some help here. Some here may know, I'm a pro musician. I'm a guitar player, no problem with that. But this year I'm also a singer. The shows are 4 hours long, I play guitar during all the shows and sing about 15 songs. I've been hired because I've got a good rock n roll attitude, jumping everywhere etc. So just playing the guitar is really consuming energy. The thing is that I sing all the high voice songs, things like Police for example. As I am a self taught singer, I have some bad habits and my voice is tiring quicker than I want. I guess you understood me. As I don't want to shoot my voice and want to be able to sing without having to take cortisone, I'm asking you some help. I need a daily routine to work on my support, and leaving some tension. I got an horrible support, and I think it s the main problem. I don't want to work on singing whistle or anything fancy just making my voice a little stronger. If you guys had a routine for me to try I will be really happy! ;-). Have a nice day. Ps: I also do all the high backin vocals during 3/4 of the show. Mainly high register (high E etc) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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