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jamort

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  1. Thanks for the reply Mark... I think its a combination of my voice not being the best(partly because of second hand smoke) and maybe a bad ground in the mic that ive dropped it before.. I will take the advice on getting better singing and ive been watching a couple of videos of "How to sing" and i think that im starting to see some of my problems go away... Like my voice normally has a little bit of a weird sound to it and i believe that was because too much sound was coming out of my nose
  2. I could of swore i put it there o well i must have got distracted
  3. ok so i would like to get more into recording but voice isnt good at all... Can some one tell me generally what i should do to be able to get a decent sound.. i can sing one artist really well and thats jack ingram but i cant do that when im singing my own stuff thanks...
  4. why not do something to show off all the genres of the muse.... ex some rock country hip hop... all styles
  5. you need to remember the purpose of going to a voice teacher is to be helped, not to be judged. voice teachers are not like Simon Cowell. just because we "own" a voice doesn't mean we understand how to use it effectively. the advice to "push" or "be louder" is not helpful. what does that mean? shout? wouldn't you like to know how to 'tune' your voice? wouldn't you like to know how to achieve power without pushing or sounding bad? wouldn't you like someone in your corner who understands the voice and will help you bring yours out? My advice would be... not to sing at this moment in time, so that you avoid bad habits.... and look for a teacher who works with you, and with your voice, to help you achieve strength, range, and good tone. Expect to spend at least a few months growing your skills and toning your 'vocal muscle'. And don't be afraid to 'audition' teachers til you find someone who is both knowledgeable and a 'fit' for you. ok ill try i think that what the person was telling me to do was to push from the diafram to make the voice more powerful which should be a richer tone? anyay from my understanding is singings like playing an instrument anybdy can get to a certain but beyond that somewhat depends person and motivation
  6. you need to remember the purpose of going to a voice teacher is to be helped, not to be judged. voice teachers are not like Simon Cowell. just because we "own" a voice doesn't mean we understand how to use it effectively. the advice to "push" or "be louder" is not helpful. what does that mean? shout? wouldn't you like to know how to 'tune' your voice? wouldn't you like to know how to achieve power without pushing or sounding bad? wouldn't you like someone in your corner who understands the voice and will help you bring yours out? My advice would be... not to sing at this moment in time, so that you avoid bad habits.... and look for a teacher who works with you, and with your voice, to help you achieve strength, range, and good tone. Expect to spend at least a few months growing your skills and toning your 'vocal muscle'. And don't be afraid to 'audition' teachers til you find someone who is both knowledgeable and a 'fit' for you. ok ill try i think that what the person was telling me to do was to push from the diafram to make the voice more powerful which should be a richer tone? anyay from my understanding is singings like playing an instrument anybdy can get to a certain but beyond that somewhat depends person and motivation
  7. I'm nervous, I can play several instruments really well and would like to sing but im scared to even do it in front of a teacher.... My mian problem is my tone which i have worked on some and its getting better but I'm not sure I play mainly rock and I'm not sure if I'm better off not singing, and joining a band or getting a teacher (I do some country too) I have been told im horrible before but then some people say that my problem is that im not pushing the words and notes out as loud as i should and it makes it sound bad and like im dragging hte song out