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About MikeyParent

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  1. Wow dude. Seriously? The user asked "How does my voice sound here?" The blunt answer is "terrible" since the song is obviously WAY out of his range, but even if he pitch-shifted it down he'd still be out of key. . But rather than say that, I was trying to guide him along to perhaps choose something that is in his range. It's one thing if a person is pitchy due to having maybe not a great ear or whatever, but what constructive criticism can you give someone who literally cant hit the notes other than to urge them to sing something more in their range so we can give a more useful critique?? Meanwhile your response is the ever-so much more helpful "Only listened to the first one it is completely off key! Will post my karly song hear soon"? Seriously?
  2. Cool song! And dude - your voice is insanely good. Well done.
  3. [QUOTE=lovedoesnthavetohurt;n32494116] Here I am doing just that: [url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPHX5odISbU[/url][/QUOTE] No. No you're not. This is still obviously out of your range. [url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fL4eH1SY-M[/url] Listen to the original and go back and listen to yourself. It's pretty clear you are not singing in the correct key. I know it's difficult to not be able to sing the music you might love but try to find something that is in your range.
  4. Your tone and pitch are pretty good - I think your voice is well suited for this song... Your timing however needs a lot of work. I am guessing you are singing this from memory ?
  5. [video=youtube;W9FlDMCo8LU]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9FlDMCo8LU
  6. Meet Dimash Kudaibergen. He is 24 and from Khazakhstan. He sings in 12 languages, plays multiple instruments and has a vocal range of C2-D8. That's not a typo. Greatest living singer? Not sure, but I have not heard anyone yet with his range and control. [video=youtube;JEz1qGS0T1Q]
  7. I would suggest you start with something in your comfort zone, pitch wise.
  8. It's pretty situational based on the crowd/event. If you do it to a packed dance floor the band had better be doing something behind you LOL. Keep it short and you will be fine. I mean sometimes you have to do it cause of instrument changes or technical difficulties, but we generally try to keep things moving: as noted they came to drink and hear music, not see a comedy show. But some good banter can enhance the experience.
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