Vocal Advice, I want to sing like this
Guitarman700
Dec 1 2008, 02:51 AM
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Hi, sorry i dont have a recording, but i really want to train my voice so i can sing like THIS: VID!, Randy's voice is just amazing in this song, the way he uses different layers for different parts is awesome. i can almost do his midrange style, but the distortion he gets is just crazy, as is his range.

So, where do i start?
Tips?
Advice?

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Dec 1 2008, 02:55 AM
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Best way to do it is to first sing along with the song and him and record on your phone or something quick and easy. Then try the song without him so try and find a backing and record a better version on pc or on phone and see if you're in key. The most important parts of any style of singing is still being on time and in key. Practice breathing exercies and like anything practice more and more and you'll get it eventually. I hope my random babbling helped biggrin.gif

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Guitarman700
Dec 1 2008, 03:00 AM
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QUOTE (OrganisedConfusion @ Nov 30 2008, 08:55 PM) *
Best way to do it is to first sing along with the song and him and record on your phone or something quick and easy. Then try the song without him so try and find a backing and record a better version on pc or on phone and see if you're in key. The most important parts of any style of singing is still being on time and in key. Practice breathing exercies and like anything practice more and more and you'll get it eventually. I hope my random babbling helped biggrin.gif

Hmm.. that makes alot of since, ill get a vocal mic for christmas. and ear plugs for my family. laugh.gif
Ive heard Drinking tea before doing these kinds of vocals helps, can you recommend any exercises? i have weak, crappy lungs, so i NEED exercises, and Maybe lessons.
Thanks man!

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Enucleation
Dec 1 2008, 03:17 AM
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Im right now trying to record vocals for my band and Im having so much trouble so hey... I'm right there with ya

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Dec 1 2008, 03:54 AM
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You guys will get some good advice here, but I would also suggest you post in Luciana's board as well.. smile.gif Good luck! wish I could sing... laugh.gif

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIx0h7_nF08

I want to sing like this!

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