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Hi! I'm Anthony, I'm new!!

 

This is a clip from an audition I did in 2009: https://vid.me/n8jg

This is a recording I did last year: http://picosong.com/9CTE/

 

I've never had any training or really performed in front of anyone, other than karaoke and that audition from six years ago. I have massive stage fright, so it makes things really difficult for me. I'm not even really sure what my voice type is, or what genre would suit me. I've been told I'd be good for Broadway or opera. I'd like to get some feedback and see what I can do, musically. 

 

Thanks!!

- Anthony 

 

 

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Like the other guys said, I would say a tenor because of the weight of your voice. Although it doesn't really matter in popular singing, your range can go up as high as you can, fachs are more of a colour thing.

With your voice you could sing anything you want, man. You have strong headvoice it seems, and your chest will only get stronger. If you want to sing R&B, it will suit you, if you wanted to sing metal, probably you'd have to train the style ( idk if you are a metal listener ) distorsion or whatever you want to use.
If you want to sing opera, you need to train that.  Just go with whatever you want to do :)

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Stagefright - It is about you worrying all about you. So, stop it. Do not assume others are expecting you to fail. Focus on the song, not what you imagine people think of you.

Some people think I am great, others might use language that would burn the ears off your head. Depends on which day and who is talking.

Think of your voice as an instrument.

 

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