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case211  
9 Sep 2009 20:50 | Quote
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Hey all, this is a slight break from the norm. but, can anyone point out some singing tips? I've written, recorded, and mixed the instruments, but I can't sing well at all, and I would like to see if doing something daily might help with the range of notes that I have.

I am singing the song because I couldn't wait for our vocalist to do it so, I tried and failed, but not as badly as I expected lol
telecrater  
9 Sep 2009 23:01 | Quote
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Ok, being a bad singer sucks, and I am one too. This is some things that have helped me.

1. Sing alone - I feel much more relaxed when i've got the house to myself and I can just do a better Job.

2. what ever key your song is in record yourself playing the guitar and try spanning 2 diffrent octaves or more. Record it slow. Then play it back but sing, use your voice to match the notes.

3. The more you practice the better you will be

And jazz has a singing lesson you may want to check out. I also have a singing system somewhere pm me and i'll see if i can find it for you
case211  
10 Sep 2009 08:06 | Quote
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awesome, thanks. I'll look for Jazz's lesson, if I can't find it, I'll probably pm you.
Phip  
10 Sep 2009 08:53 | Quote
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hey case I'll save you some time. here is Jazzy's lesson on singing tips.
http://www.all-guitar-chords.com/lesson.php?id=101
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case211  
10 Sep 2009 09:56 | Quote
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thanks phip :)
xjessx  
10 Sep 2009 11:08 | Quote
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When I'm singing i always do warm up exercises with my voice no matter how silly it sounds. I hear that water helps your voice. And when your on your own, try singing a song your comfortable singing and something that you think your good at singing, I do that and it always helps.
JustJeff  
10 Sep 2009 14:38 | Quote
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Get a teacher to help you... :-P
case211  
10 Sep 2009 14:55 | Quote
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thanks guys

@justjeff
I'm a little bit broke, and no teacher that I don't believe that too many teachers will do it for free :(

BTW if you like Guitar Hero/Rock Band, there's a site called jamlegend.com. Its basically a lot of amateur artists posting some songs and then they track like guitar hero/rock band except with two settings(tap the buttons or hit another key to 'strum' the 'notes').
guitarmastergod  
11 Sep 2009 21:12 | Quote
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i think a good tip is to use a guitar tuner with a mic on it so you can tell if its on key... i do it just to make sure i am lol
Heather  
12 Sep 2009 05:13 | Quote
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Haha that is actually a good idea GMG, I'll have to steal it form you :P Best advice I've ever heard!
J05H  
13 Sep 2009 11:44 | Quote
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haha if i got my music teacher to sing i wood die cuz her voice sounds lyk cats having sex
AlexB  
13 Sep 2009 15:00 | Quote
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Yeah Man I would Say,get a teacher to learn How to Sing Properly.

Singin warmups are not Lame! The best singers do them always before a show or a rehearsal,there are tons of thing you can drink to enhache your voice (warm Honey,Warm Water,Tequila Shots..) I Would say yeah;go With a Pro
telecrater  
13 Sep 2009 16:23 | Quote
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really Tequila shots huh, might have to get me a bottle and work on "enhache" my voice.



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