03-23-2012 04:48 PM
03-23-2012 09:35 PM
Maybe you should get voice lessons. You could have a pretty good voice by the time you turn 18. And then you can join a band in college. Can you play the melody on the piano and sing the same notes with your voice? It takes time to get good at singing, but you have a big head start with your piano experience. You can find "Neutron Star Collision" in this Muse songbook http://www.amazon.com/Muse-Piano-Songbook-Vocal-Gu
Hello everybody! I'm 15 years old and i love to play piano but recently i'm interested on developing as an artist so i wanna upload piano & voice covers to youtube and share them but for that i gotta have i good voice quality. I recorded a quick demo of me singing a muse song for the moment and i would like you guys to review my voice, tell me honestly if it is nice to hear, and singing tips are really appreciated Thank you all very much in advance http://soundcloud.com/dannyrodeck/nsc-demo-1
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04-10-2012 09:47 AM
Bajazz is right on this one. You need to be practicing almost every day (you probably should have one day of rest every week). One recommendation I'd give is to use some kind of vocal workout. They help fix a lot of common vocal problems. Hal Leonard released a pro vocal workout CD/book not too long ago. Vocal Warm-Ups - Pro Vocal Series [Paperback] http://www.amazon.com/Vocal-Warm-Ups-Pro-Series/dp
I said it many times, and will repeat it till I die.... Mileage is the key to any improvement! There have been discussions and discussions about practice, method, genetics, talent and more, but my experience is that while we waste our time writing on boards and talk, the dedicated ones practice and get better. I also have experience as a musical instructor on different instruments and vocals, and I have yet to see an exeption to practice = results. Talent is not a engine that drives you to improve daily, it's only a indication of your present skill. But getting compliments on your skill/talent can be a motivation. It is also a trap to fall into that you don't see improvements on a day to day basis, which can lead to less dedication. So my advice for you to become a good singer is to sing as much as you can. That is much more important than anything, so try to find ways to do it. I sing while driving my car, doing housework, sitting at the computer and as much as I can. BTW, your voice is OK, but with some weeks singing a lot it will be Good. Going from Good to Very good takes 10 times work and from Very Good to Awesome takes 100 times as much work...
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