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Transition from clean to harsh tonality (Symphony X - When All is Lost

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Every cover I post more of less is me working on polishing a specific technique through a song that people are already familiar with, this is helpful for me in a multitude of different ways. I have a channel that features ALL kinds of videos for people to critique/reference for training. Many of my videos have been particularly helpful in helping people practice proper dictation or annunciation especially for non english speaking singers trying to perform "cross lingual" songs.

In this song specifically I am practicing the proper use of harsh tone in a song that features mostly clean tonality. What do you guys think? Does anyone have any videos of themselves practicing this technique? Discuss!

Will Shaw

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Hey everyone, don't let this guy fool you. He's made quite a name for himself on youtube, lol. I've been watching videos he's participated in for quite a while. This guy has awesome pipes and technique. Coming from me, that's a big thing to say, as I rarely comment on people's singing.

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Thanks for the praise guys! :cool:

Already follow you on Youtube and Facebook. Another great cover, keep up the good work. I think the transitioning is being done about as well as it can be. I normally can offer some advice on these critiques but I really can't find anything to tell you.

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