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post Feb 26 2008, 12:32 PM
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My singing is way too treble based. I can get way more treble singing than any of my friends who are vocalists but I can't get bass in there which really effects my ability to sing many songs well. How do I go about adding more bass to my vocals. I can sing Judas Priest really well and Muse but I can't do things like Foo Fighters say that are mid range vocals.


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post Mar 2 2008, 12:33 AM
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Hi!

I think I understand you. You need to add notes into your register and This is what I answered to a similar question

there's an only way for that...practicing scales....

The average practice range of the singer should be three octaves. If you don't have three octaves of practice range, it means the instrument itself lacks development. Development is establiched thought working on scales.
The scales will teach the vocal cords what to do on every given pitch so that, if you're practicing on a regular basis, the cord will eventually remember what to do on their own when singing songs.

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post Mar 2 2008, 12:37 AM
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I'll try and practice scales with my voice smile.gif Hopefully it gives me that bassier range. biggrin.gif


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My singing is way too treble based. I can get way more treble singing than any of my friends who are vocalists but I can't get bass in there which really effects my ability to sing many songs well. How do I go about adding more bass to my vocals. I can sing Judas Priest really well and Muse but I can't do things like Foo Fighters say that are mid range vocals.


You can sing Judas Priest really well and your complaining??? laugh.gif
Damn, I wish I was you smile.gif

Haha, well I love to sing for fun but I'll never be a really good singer..
Teach me how to sing Judas Priest? laugh.gif
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