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post Nov 22 2014, 09:44 AM
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QUOTE (Yash @ Nov 21 2014, 02:44 PM) *
Ok. But I'm still going all over the place? Want me place a recording?


Yes, mate - that would be great, because in that way, not only that you will be able to focus on finishing something, but we will also have tangible material on which we can work together and you will be able to see and hear your progress in time smile.gif

Let me know when you can have a recording for me in respect to the vocal drill and the metal rhythm lesson - these two shall be our points of focus for now, ok?


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post Nov 23 2014, 11:15 AM
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Yes sir. I'll record today. But, my voice is kinda sore from the concert last night. More on that in a chill out thread wink.gif


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QUOTE (Yash @ Nov 23 2014, 10:15 AM) *
Yes sir. I'll record today. But, my voice is kinda sore from the concert last night. More on that in a chill out thread wink.gif


Hey Yash - if you don't feel like singing, wait 1-2 days for your voice to come back to normal. If you force yourself, things will not be too good - give it a bit of rest wink.gif I'm telling you from experience that that's the best way to do it. Record the metal lesson instead - your hands feel ok, I bet? biggrin.gif


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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Nov 23 2014, 03:37 PM) *
Hey Yash - if you don't feel like singing, wait 1-2 days for your voice to come back to normal. If you force yourself, things will not be too good - give it a bit of rest wink.gif I'm telling you from experience that that's the best way to do it. Record the metal lesson instead - your hands feel ok, I bet? biggrin.gif


I'll wait today. I screamed so much last night laugh.gif Read the whole story in the chill out thread if you want to and have the time smile.gif And, let me practice the thing first, then I'll record. I have barely started tongue.gif

QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Nov 23 2014, 03:37 PM) *
Hey Yash - if you don't feel like singing, wait 1-2 days for your voice to come back to normal. If you force yourself, things will not be too good - give it a bit of rest wink.gif I'm telling you from experience that that's the best way to do it. Record the metal lesson instead - your hands feel ok, I bet? biggrin.gif


I'll wait today. I screamed so much last night laugh.gif Read the whole story in the chill out thread if you want to and have the time smile.gif And, let me practice the thing first, then I'll record. I have barely started tongue.gif


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Hey Yash smile.gif Take your time - by all means, you should first follow the steps I described in the thread where we first discussed about the metal lesson and make sure you can play it without effort - focus on timing, clean playing and nailing the details.

If you will be able to play it thoroughly at a slow tempo, you won't have any trouble when you will be dealing with the original speed smile.gif Let me know how it goes and also, if you want to share a slow tempo video with one of the slow backings, please do - that will make things easier for you, as we can spot the potential issues before they become more difficult to fix. Post it here and we'll take it from there wink.gif


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