aravindmadis Posted February 5, 2015 Share Posted February 5, 2015 I have tried to go back to the drawing board and work hard on my technique over the last 2-3 weeks. The things I have attempted to improve are 1. Raising of the soft palete(prefer to do this by smiling and think of yawning) 2. Altered my recording technique to record RAW vocals instead of recording with effects 3. Cutting down on over supporting on "easy" portions of the song To make matters tough, I had a bad cough over the last week or so and had a deep baritone speaking voice which I usually dont! (must say it sounded majestic while it lasted :-) ) And yesterday was the first day I could sing without coughing. This was done in one take, so I know that there are pitch issues, and even a couple of instances where my voice sounds not "warmed up" and has an unintended distorted effect. After my infection, I am not yet fully recovered, where I can sing for a long duration. Here is a RAW version of the same. I would love to hear your views specifically around nasality and any other technical glitches you spot. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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