etekiller Posted January 17, 2015 Share Posted January 17, 2015 Hey guys, a few years ago I asked a question here, now I am back with some more stuff. I used to have problems while singing songs to their instrumental/karaoke versions. I couldn't sing in key unless I heard the original artist's vocal track (either just vocals or an instrument line that mimics vocals). What I didn't know then is the fact, that I had a terrible singing technique. Just recently I came back to singing and managed to get a much better control of my voice (liprolls are damn amazing for proper breathing training). I tend to nail 95% of notes from my favourite songs (e.g. Metallica - Turn The Page and Mama Said), but when I launch those songs in karaoke versions then I have some problems. I nail about 60% - 90% of notes in karaoke. I have no idea how to hear roots of chords better. Is there any way to practise that? Some notes are easy for me to hit immediately, some are not, they're not obvious for my brain. I have to "search" for them going up or down with my voice (or finding them very quickly with a liproll - though still, not immediately). I am not tone deaf (and heard that it's just a myth), because I can tell when I'm off and I can tell when I am PERFECTLY on (sometimes I'm between of course, I hear that too). I can also sing some songs with 100% accuracy (easy ones). I just cant "find" some notes right away, but as soon I do, I can hold them. If I make a short break then I might have to search for them again (though it's mostly when I switch between songs). Could you friends please help me with that problem? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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