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#16February 15th, 2006 · 11:59 AM
118 threads / 55 songs
3,081 posts
Netherlands
Niz wrote…
U sing and play at the same time, but I do believe that the singing would be better if u did them one at a time? No matter how good u are...

Hmmm you have to ask bob dylan... lol

To me, sometimes playing & singing at once adds to the authentic expressive feel of a recording, since the exact same emotion was put in both the instrumental and the vocal part... I think it's a matter of how you look at it. A matter of taste also - I enjoy listening to a Sisters of Mercy bootleg (with a stone-drunk singer and bad, bad production) much much more than a crisp recording of Robbie Williams (excusez le nom) and sometimes a little shakyness adds to the human feel of a song, which inadvertedly will make it more interesting to hear at any occasion... Because it will make any occasion come alive....
#17February 15th, 2006 · 12:05 PM
15 posts
Sweden
yes... that is true. and it prob depends on how u're playing the instrument... how much u have to put in to it... because i think it kind of bothers me :P
#18February 23rd, 2006 · 11:25 AM
13 threads / 1 songs
408 posts
United States of America
Porcelain
I like to record myself singing a song. Then I play just the vocals back in headphones because you can hear all the intonations. I can practice and perfect what I want to acheive vocally then record again and see how it comes out. Honestly I just don't think someone can solely practice and excercise without having feedback. So in recording and playing back you can be your own vocal coach.
I've learned so much by doing it this way, actually, the main thing I've learned is that I can actually sing off key
#19February 23rd, 2006 · 03:40 PM
118 threads / 55 songs
3,081 posts
Netherlands
second
CreativeControl wrote…
I like to record myself singing a song. Then I play just the vocals back in headphones because you can hear all the intonations. I can practice and perfect what I want to acheive vocally then record again and see how it comes out. Honestly I just don't think someone can solely practice and excercise without having feedback. So in recording and playing back you can be your own vocal coach.
I've learned so much by doing it this way, actually, the main thing I've learned is that I can actually sing off key :roll:

ok I second this wholly... I've highlighted one or two things - with which I especially feel ... the last one being - wow this is where Creativity takes Control... and it can be done by any... you and me and everybody else...
#20March 7th, 2006 · 03:05 PM
13 threads / 1 songs
408 posts
United States of America
hehe
tinks, pup
#21March 9th, 2006 · 09:53 PM
37 threads / 25 songs
237 posts
United States of America
mary poppins
do ...rey ..me ..fah ..so...lah tee...dough$
cmon people just sing.......lol
#22March 10th, 2006 · 01:49 PM
25 posts
United States of America
Imogen Heap lover!!!! Rad!
Ahh! I'm stoked you know Imogen Heap! She's awesome. If you know Imogen Heap then you know her song Hide and Seek yes? I just discovered her like..last year..and she's definitely an obssession of mine now. I listened to one of your songs, I have it on my playlist, and you reminded me a bit of...Sixpence Non The Richer I think...or maybe you've heard of Eisley? anywhore, I think you have a cool voice, dunno how to give you any suggestions without like...being in the same room as you...lol but just sing as often as you can and make your voice stonger..um...lol..yeah it would be hard for me to tell you how to breathe and everything online..so...I'll just say, Good luck with it all deary! m/[^_~]
#23March 10th, 2006 · 01:49 PM
25 posts
United States of America
>_
didnt mean to post that twice. my bad.
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