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Adele - Someone Like You (Male Cover)

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Hello, this is my first post despite joining like two years ago :P

I recorded a short acapella of Someone Like You by Adele, any comments/constructive criticism are welcome :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ke9KqwF4eQ&feature=youtu.be

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Thanks for commenting :) I only record acapella so my clips are mostly very short...I just feel like people would be rather bored of listening to someone sing acapella for too long, haha.

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Not many people can pull it off with no music. I even went to YOUTUBE to see if I could find more from you.

If you were looking for advice on something you are having trouble with, one verse and chorus does not give enough info. I did not hear anything lacking.

If you were looking for a "Well Done" and " It sounds great" well.... WELL DONE! IT SOUNDS GREAT! :cool:

Have you had any lessons?

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I've never had lessons but two years ago I started doing those speech level singing exercises for a few months, stopped cold turkey, and then started them up again about a month ago. I have minor social anxiety and I'll probably never sing in front of people in real life let alone do public speaking, so it's just a secret hobby of mine.

I used to post short acapella clips on and off since I was about 14 (22 now) on forums and people could pick up pitch problems or lack of emotion right away with no music so I never thought that the length was a problem. I've only had about 40 different people actually bother to comment and give me a range of different opinions over the years so I can honestly say I don't know what to expect, the last time I even posted anything on a forum before this was just over two years ago. My ears used to be pretty bad (my voice is low and I used to sing everything an octave lower without realizing it until a random person pointed it out on one of my recordings) and I know I have improved but I can never trust my own judgment.

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I've never had lessons but two years ago I started doing those speech level singing exercises for a few months, stopped cold turkey, and then started them up again about a month ago. I have minor social anxiety and I'll probably never sing in front of people in real life let alone do public speaking, so it's just a secret hobby of mine.

I used to post short acapella clips on and off since I was about 14 (22 now) on forums and people could pick up pitch problems or lack of emotion right away with no music so I never thought that the length was a problem. I've only had about 40 different people actually bother to comment and give me a range of different opinions over the years so I can honestly say I don't know what to expect, the last time I even posted anything on a forum before this was just over two years ago. My ears used to be pretty bad (my voice is low and I used to sing everything an octave lower without realizing it until a random person pointed it out on one of my recordings) and I know I have improved but I can never trust my own judgment.

I have a social anxiety also but when I do go somewhere that I am expected to sing I get up there anyway.

I hate having people around when practicing a song. I usually bow out when someone hears that I sing and wants me do sing something on the spot.

You have way more control than I have. I am more of a folk singer/ story teller.

I would like to here more from you.

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