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Re: Comments on my VOICE

    
Re: Comments on my VOICE    05:59 on Sunday, December 16, 2007          

ure-name-here
(344 points)
Posted by ure-name-here

im not a singer imfact im here 4 tips myself but that was great, your very brave and u underestemate ureself


Re: Comments on my VOICE    12:24 on Sunday, December 16, 2007          

whistlemix
(22 points)
Posted by whistlemix

http://www.zshare.net/audio/5664625aab7397/

Recorded another song. Had fewer pitch problems here. Probably because this is arranged for the male voice. I think that helps, but it's a bit uncomfortable for me. :-) Tell me what you think.


Re: Comments on my VOICE    12:25 on Sunday, December 16, 2007          

whistlemix
(22 points)
Posted by whistlemix

ure-name-here, thanks!


Re: Comments on my VOICE    20:27 on Monday, December 17, 2007          

breannesky
(13 points)
Posted by breannesky

hey, I like your voice=]

check out mine www.youtube.com/breannesky

subscribe and i will too!!=]


Re: Comments on my VOICE    15:05 on Wednesday, December 19, 2007          

whistlemix
(22 points)
Posted by whistlemix

Love your voice! :-) Wish I had the guts to show my face singing. I'm guessing I look like a !****! while I'm singing.


Re: Comments on my VOICE    15:08 on Wednesday, December 19, 2007          
Re: Comments on my VOICE    17:30 on Thursday, December 27, 2007          

whistlemix
(22 points)
Posted by whistlemix

Comments anyone?


Re: Comments on my VOICE    15:21 on Monday, April 21, 2008          

rockinprincess
(9 points)
Posted by rockinprincess

hey

i know I'm just ten y/o and u will probably think that i know nothing about music but honestly, i think u have a great voice. and just for advice, warm up more. not that u have a bad voice. it's just that u have one of those old fashion voices. in a good way. u have an amazing voice. i'm soprano. i would like to know what type of voice u have.



Re: Comments on my VOICE    05:30 on Friday, May 02, 2008          

jose_luis
(2369 points)
Posted by jose_luis

Dear whistlemix,

I do not wish to sound too negative and discouraging. But I listened to the last song you posted and feel like giving you a strong advise: try to avoid using improvised vibrato while singing, at least until you learn to manage it.

You sing in tune, I mean, initially at each note. But then you add (I suppose, inadvertently) a strong and not-harmonically related vibrato, that makes the whole thing sound awfully out of tune. (sorry about the adjective, but I prefer to be candid in my assessment). You keep asking and I am just trying to help.

You have a nice voice, however and if you have sung in choir for 4 years no doubt you have no problems with correct intonation. But in choirs you cannot use vibrato and probably this problem did not show until you started singing as soloist.

Practise a lot, forcing yourself to sustain very long notes exactly in tune and do not yield to the temptation to make any adornments. They will come later, when you learn the right way.

Then swith to slow songs (the one in your post is OK), but sing the notes exactly as they are written in the score or as they sound in a piano. Do not add anything to them and you will start to sound superb.

You may say, "this is not how good pros sound". OK, but you must learn to sing 100% in tune before changing the notes to something that still sounds good to our ears.It is not the case right now, I'm afraid.

Good luck.


   





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