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Hi!

So I posted the following on "Critique My Singing", but didn't get any help.. Would you mind helping me out a little bit?

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I'm 18 years old and I live in Sweden! I'm not a singer really, I only sing for myself when I play the guitar, as guitar is my main instrument. So I don't have a clue about techniques or anything, so any help is appreciated! I have a cold right now, but I finally got time to record so here it is. Vocaroo doesn't have the best quality as I guess you all know.

http://vocaroo.com/i/s0xPgQaTf1Ku

Thanks! :)

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It sounds totally fine to me. We'd have to hear you try a slightly harder song to hear what techniques you need to work on - something that goes higher in full voice for instance. If that is something you are looking to develop. But with the range you demonstrated here and the falsetto bits too, it all sounds good. Does it feel easy to you and like you could sing this way for a couple hours and not get fatigued? If so then your technique is probably good too.

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Thanks for the reply. I had a cold when I recorded this so my throat was a bit sore after sining a couple of songs. But usually I can sing like this for a couple of hours without any problem. I'll upload a new clip with a harder song so you can compare, when I get the chance.

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  • 4 weeks later...

Hi again!

I've uploaded a new song that I think is a bit harder to sing. I'm not very good at singing higher notes; I feel my voice is a lot "weaker" if that's the right way to put it. Anyways, here's the post if you'd like to hear and comment. Thanks!

http://themodernvocalist.punbb-hosting.com/viewtopic.php?id=9868

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Hi!

Thanks for the reply! I don't really know what "Accuracy of intonation on the ascending major 6ths" means. Is there a video or something that explains/demonstrates this?

Thanks!

In a nutshell You are off pitch. It mainly happens when you have a large jump between notes.

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