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Hi Guys

I'm new to singing and I got the Ron Anderson app which I've been using for a while and it's helped a bit, but I'm still pretty bad!
I do this thing where it sounds like a whiny, hesitant sound which makes me want to jump off a cliff. Also, and this is a deeper topic I guess, But I never really know where to put my voice, if that makes sense, because I sing (badly) in lots of different ways, but I want to find my default, but am not sure how, is there and exercise that I can practice a line on and then sing it to find my natural voice? hope that makes sense, any advice on what exercises I should focus on more would be great.

 

 

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Hey Nick,

Welcome to the forum. Sasuke is a wise choice, by the way.

Doesn't sound that bad at all really. Many people hate the sound of their own voice at first, because you don't sound on recording like you sound when you're talking, and that's because things like temperature affect your voice when it comes out of your mouth.

When you first start singing, your voice tends to sound a little bit like you're speaking voice. Over time, you gain texture, and there are bunch of things you can do to change the sound of your voice (utilization of different resonators, techniques like twang and vibrato). After working on your voice for some time, you may find that you end up with several different ways that you like to sing.

You shouldn't sing the same exact way for every song though, because your singing should reflect the tone of the song that you are singing.

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Hi Nick, welcome to the forum! You got a nice voice man. You sounded very relaxed, and were probably letting too much air bleed through your vocal folds to create this effect. The problem with singing this way it dries up you folds quickly. So, you may need to use a bit more vocal compression to keep the air from escaping. Cheers

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