incessantmace Posted January 26, 2015 Share Posted January 26, 2015 Hi all! My name's Ramon, I'm 22 years old and hail from the Netherlands. I've been skulking about these forums for a couple of weeks now. I wanted to post a short clip of my voice doing an ascending G3 - G4 siren. Skip to the bottom if you want to listen, cause here's a brief summary of my singing history. I've been singing for a year now. But I only started to take it seriously in the last month or so, as I started training with the Four Pillars of Singing. Before that, I was training with a local teacher but she lacked the necessary experience and expertise for me to grow under her tuition. There was no head voice training whatsoever so I couldn't sing the songs I wanted to, because they were too high for me. I practiced scales about an hour a day but I didn't progress, to my dissapointment. So I left! Then I remembered that I'd bought the 4P a couple of years ago (Believe it was 2012 when I bought it) and went out and mailed Robert Lunte. He was kind enough to allow me to freely update and redownload my 4Pillars copy. (Awesome customer support, anyone?) When I initially bought the program a couple of years ago I became sick. In fact I still am but it has just receded (if that's the correct term for that). For a long time I was unable to engage in proper singing, I believe about 2 years. Then when I got better and wanted to start singing again I totally forgot about the 4P and went to that local teacher instead. BIG mistake. Wasted a ton of money on practically useless lessons. I feel I've improved more in the last month of practicing with the 4P than I have in entire previous year. Is this proper head voice which I'm phonating? Also, are there any glaring issues? Any constructive criticism would be much appreciated, thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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