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#16May 25th, 2008 · 07:45 PM
373 posts
Sorry, that was my tip for improving range...

Well, how about some tracks with music and your vox uploaded...?
I can't really comment on a lo-fi vox-only track...
The first ten seconds sounded just fine...
#17May 25th, 2008 · 07:54 PM
90 threads / 73 songs
263 posts
United Kingdom
lol I suppose I could take them both up then give them up?

would that work?


http://forum.bandamp.com/Audio_Review/4501.html (About a year old)

http://forum.bandamp.com/Audio_Review/5394.html (Newer)

http://forum.bandamp.com/Audio_Review/6423.html (New ish)

http://forum.bandamp.com/Audio_Review/6210.html (Most Recent)

Have fun.
#18May 25th, 2008 · 08:26 PM
373 posts
OK, well my two cents... I listened to your oldest and your newest... It seems it's your vocal style to waver in the vox a bit... can be ok, it works for a lot of singers.  Like lo-fi to emo artists.... 
Want to try something different?  Try standing back from the mic a bit more and singing a bit higher, maybe sustaining a note... 
But really, vocals are like an instrument... and even a poorly played instrument can sound good if done right...
Perhaps you just need to keep looking for the right music to be a vehicle for your voice and not worry so much about whether your voice is up to everybody's standards...

Sorry, I'm not very good at advice...
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