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Post  Alex61 on Wed Jun 15, 2016 8:28 am

If you want to go for something a little more folky, this is quite a nice one. Our school folk group (yes, that's a thing in our school) performed this and I quite liked it.

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Post  infernus2 on Wed Jun 15, 2016 9:04 am

For Crack:
Basic scale descent from E3-E2, but I'm sure you want more lows than that, so here's my original song named Gray which spans F2 - G3 - B♭3 (excuse the angsty lyrics).

I think my lowest real note right now is actually F♯2/G2, unlike what I previously thought... I need to figure out this low note thing, so I can actually sing the C♯2 I once did.
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Post  Rebsedd on Wed Jun 15, 2016 10:06 am

CracK wrote:your light and bright timbre does shout some tenor qualities, but you are way too low placed to be one. you're probably just undeveloped and young. I thought you're some kind of a lyric baritone, but the big majority of them are at the high baritone area, and they are much higher than you, whilst you're more like in the low baritone area. you remind me of myself a bit when I was younger with no voice development at all. thought I never was so yellowish as you. maybe you're some kind of a hybrid baritone who knows, that's why I told you to record some lows (C2-B2 area)

Yeah same thing happened with me until I started developing my comfort zone a bit more.

I really doubt you're a bass baritone, Infernus.
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Post  infernus2 on Wed Jun 15, 2016 10:18 am

Yeah, I can see how I'm a regular baritone (maybe a low tenor, but I doubt that too) instead. Well, now I know I guess.
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Post  infernus2 on Thu Jun 16, 2016 5:27 am

I've been trying to Zach's rap part on Kitchen Sink, and holy crap that one is a difficult one for someone with breathing and speech problems. Laughing
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Post  Princesszolli Demi on Thu Jun 16, 2016 5:34 am

infernus2 wrote:I've been trying to Zach's rap part on Kitchen Sink, and holy crap that one is a difficult one for someone with breathing and speech problems. Laughing
lol, succ. did you record a clip?
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Post  infernus2 on Thu Jun 16, 2016 6:05 am

I'm not quite up to par yet, and I kind of lost it after I had it for a bit... I'm planning to get a clip tomorrow though, don't worry (it definitely won't be amazing, so don't get your hopes up Laughing).

After what happened yesterday, all I want to listen to is Twenty One Pilots now... great. Sad
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Post  Princesszolli Demi on Thu Jun 16, 2016 6:37 am

infernus2 wrote:I'm not quite up to par yet, and I kind of lost it after I had it for a bit... I'm planning to get a clip tomorrow though, don't worry (it definitely won't be amazing, so don't get your hopes up Laughing).

After what happened yesterday, all I want to listen to is Twenty One Pilots now... great. Sad
oh alright, that's cool. also, what's wrong with listening to edgy hipster music? Eh
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Post  infernus2 on Thu Jun 16, 2016 6:43 am

Twenty One Pilots is so edgy I could use it to self-harm. Laughing

i've never self-harmed, i'm more sane than that...

those fucking teenagers with their razor blades and pop music need to get off my lawn!
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Post  Princesszolli Demi on Thu Jun 16, 2016 6:58 am

infernus2 wrote:Twenty One Pilots is so edgy I could use it to self-harm. Laughing

i've never self-harmed, i'm more sane than that...

those fucking teenagers with their razor blades and pop music need to get off my lawn!
hahaha, i always bring knives in my skinny jeans. knives and pens Whistle
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Re: Infernus2's Vocal Thread

Post  infernus2 on Fri Jun 17, 2016 3:09 pm

So not the Kitchen Sink rap part I promised, but I added a bit more to the Gray song, making the range F2 - D4: http://picosong.com/ZG4R/

Yes, it's autotuned, sue me. I at least made sure the part was in key and relatively in tune before I did it though, I'm not a cheat.
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Re: Infernus2's Vocal Thread

Post  Harmony on Tue Jun 28, 2016 7:54 pm

Sounded good on "The Scientist".

On "When we were young", you sang it too lightly, you lacked some definition, like, all high baritones sound the same to me mostly, you sounded like a friend of mine on his first half a year of lessons, work on making sure it stands out more, it was monotonous.

Notice that nobody is cursed with a bad voice, it's a lot about learning to execute the singing and growing the voice.

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Post  infernus2 on Tue Jun 28, 2016 8:08 pm

I have the problem of singing too lightly, straining too much on notes above G3 (yeah, I start straining that low...), and essentially shouting if I attempting to sing above C4... either I sound too soft or I sound like a banshee. Cringe

I have absolutely no idea how the hell I'm supposed to improve from here...
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Post  Harmony on Tue Jun 28, 2016 10:20 pm

infernus2 wrote:I have the problem of singing too lightly, straining too much on notes above G3 (yeah, I start straining that low...), and essentially shouting if I attempting to sing above C4... either I sound too soft or I sound like a banshee. Cringe

I have absolutely no idea how the hell I'm supposed to improve from here...

Focus on having an open back of the throat while singing, try humming for a warm up, feel the buzz in the mask, try projecting your voice there.

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Post  Alex61 on Wed Jun 29, 2016 5:44 am

infernus2 wrote:I have the problem of singing too lightly, straining too much on notes above G3 (yeah, I start straining that low...), and essentially shouting if I attempting to sing above C4... either I sound too soft or I sound like a banshee. Cringe

I have absolutely no idea how the hell I'm supposed to improve from here...

I have such a polar opposite problem.
I can't sing below C3-ish and I'm male, but I can sing up to like E5 fine.
I don't know.
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Post  ChillShaman on Wed Jun 29, 2016 5:48 am

infernus2 wrote:For Crack:
Basic scale descent from E3-E2, but I'm sure you want more lows than that, so here's my original song named Gray which spans F2 - G3 - B♭3 (excuse the angsty lyrics).

I think my lowest real note right now is actually F♯2/G2, unlike what I previously thought... I need to figure out this low note thing, so I can actually sing the C♯2 I once did.

Did you...autotune a scale?
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Post  infernus2 on Wed Jun 29, 2016 5:51 am

Hopefully I didn't make a decision as stupid as that... Facepalm
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Re: Infernus2's Vocal Thread

Post  CoolBeans on Wed Jun 29, 2016 7:46 am

I agree with Crack; your voice just sounds underdeveloped. Your range says low baritone but your tone is quite light for that kind of voice. So, yeah, work on that consistency in the high range. Like someone said above, make sure the back of your throat remains open as you go up.

On the other hand, maybe giving your voice time to mature and your range to expand would be a good change of pace. For now, just focus on being the best singer you can be with the voice you have.
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Post  infernus2 on Wed Jun 29, 2016 8:07 am

What would be the best exercise for practicing keeping my voice as open as possible?
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Post  Holsety on Wed Jun 29, 2016 11:20 am

infernus2 wrote:I have the problem of singing too lightly, straining too much on notes above G3 (yeah, I start straining that low...), and essentially shouting if I attempting to sing above C4... either I sound too soft or I sound like a banshee. Cringe

As someone who's been trying to sing for three years now, I have a similar problem. My issue lies in that my voice is pretty weak. I generally speak quietly and have to repeat myself and speak up sometimes. I've also noticed that when I speak in front of class or get called on, I'll easily run out of breath. I read somewhere that practicing resonance is a great way to deal with this, and so far I've been seeing results. I have a lot of problems with falsetto and this sort of thing is also supposed to help that. In case you don't know, by resonance I mean twang. Just make gross high larynx noises until you feel energy in your throat and hone that sound.
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Post  karmapolice on Thu Jun 30, 2016 12:23 am

Don't. Ever. Twang. It's completely different from how real resonance and volume is achieved.

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Post  infernus2 on Thu Jul 07, 2016 9:13 pm

Finally, here's an actual cover of that band I talk about a lot, with the pilots and skeleton hoodies: http://picosong.com/xdJu/
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Post  Breaking on Thu Jul 07, 2016 9:25 pm

fantastic. Very Happy
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Post  infernus2 on Fri Jul 08, 2016 8:06 pm

I was considering doing Miserable At Best by Mayday Parade as my next cover, since it's exactly in my comfortable range. It seems like a good practice song for getting more resonance and stability in my lower register (I know it's my high register that needs the resonance more, but I need to work up to that).

I also totally have a lot of emotional attachment to that song, so I know exactly what I'm singing about... Rolling Eyes
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Post  infernus2 on Fri Jul 29, 2016 9:42 pm

This cover of Boulevard of Broken Dreams is a disaster, but I'm still uploading it: http://picosong.com/tGTq

I may have overdone the pitch correction, but oh well. Laughing
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