Daughtry, Teaching myself to sing (close to Daughtry)
BM
Jan 21 2010, 09:36 PM
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Hi,

I have a question. This is the first time I've left a question on something other than guitar so I hope I am clear with it.

The other day I was trying to cover one of my favorite songs: Crashed (by Daughtry). Like lots of people I sing with the music playing and I always thought I was on key or that I sounded pretty good. But when I recorded myself singing the song I discovered I wasn't very good...at all.

Seeing as I now know I need to work on my singing, what can I do to improve my singing in that style? (Like Chris Daughtry)

Thank you for all your advice

Connor L

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Luciana Segovia
Jan 28 2010, 04:42 AM
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QUOTE (BM @ Jan 21 2010, 09:36 PM) *
Hi,

I have a question. This is the first time I've left a question on something other than guitar so I hope I am clear with it.

The other day I was trying to cover one of my favorite songs: Crashed (by Daughtry). Like lots of people I sing with the music playing and I always thought I was on key or that I sounded pretty good. But when I recorded myself singing the song I discovered I wasn't very good...at all.

Seeing as I now know I need to work on my singing, what can I do to improve my singing in that style? (Like Chris Daughtry)

Thank you for all your advice

Connor L




Hi Connor!

Well, every little thing it helps to develop a great voice. Did you see my lesson on this site? did you try someone?
put on the searcher my name and you'll see a lot of singing lessons.
Do you want to know something special about singing?? or you are talking in general?

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BM
Jan 28 2010, 05:05 PM
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Luciana,

No I hadn't looked at any of the lessons, but I will do so soon.

I guess my main question would be how to develop a stronger voice with a better range. I sing in a metal band and the expectations for vocals aren't as high. I do "snarling" vocals which I adopted from my favorite band.

When I cover songs though or when I write rock songs I would like to have a good singing voice. Controlled, good range, strong, etc. So that is what I am really looking at.

By the way, if you have access to Facebook, my band has a page and I recently covered the song Hero by Nickelback. I do the vocals on the track so if you want an idea of my singing capabilities you can give it a listen. The band is called Megido :-)

Thanks!

Connor

QUOTE (Luciana Segovia @ Jan 28 2010, 04:42 AM) *
Hi Connor!

Well, every little thing it helps to develop a great voice. Did you see my lesson on this site? did you try someone?
put on the searcher my name and you'll see a lot of singing lessons.
Do you want to know something special about singing?? or you are talking in general?

You are at GuitarMasterClass.net


Don't miss today's free lick. Plus all our lessons are packed with free content!

Don't miss today's free blues, jazz & country licks. Plus all our lessons are packed with free content!


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Outgunned. Watching the force come to a firefight with a pocket knife.
Getting schooled until they shot Achilles' heel and brought down the beast."
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