Wed Apr 23, 2014 10:16 pm
If it makes you feel better you can rip on my tunes. Wouldn't be the first but I don't kid myself about what I am doing.
On the brighter side you're still young... maybe pick up the guitar.
Good Luck to you!
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vaughnkristonne wrote:Hello and thank you for taking the time to listen to my tracks or so, If I have any natural talent - that will be my will, perseverance, determination, drive and confidence - I am not easily dishearten so I am fine with your opinion and I also do not stoop low so I won't rip out your tunes -
Also worry not, I am continually working with a vocal therapist and a voice coach to put my voice on track and I can dare say that my voice is improving, as well as my sense of pitch - I vocalize and do ear training 5x a week to continue to help my vocal improvement and because of that, I actually do know my own range and limitations.
All that is posted on my SoundCloud page are mere documentaries of my vocal journey towards improvement because I am a visual and auditory type of learner - I need to see and hear my mistakes so that I can work on it, and that's why I post my recording - therefore it's not a concrete result, rather a continuing work in progress, I am keeping it honest so I wont go around and say I am the best or so, The only difference is, now that I am mid-way of my vocal improvement - I can start going out and introduce myself and face more harsher criticism - so that I can continually move forward and not be stuck in a loop.
Again thank you for your opinion, it doesn't stop me rather it fuels me to further achieve my goals. peace
GuitarMikeB wrote:Good for you on working towards your goals, however I would disagree regarding pitch. There are 'professional' singers who can't keep pitch or dritt from true notes and they can be helped by pitch correction software (Melodyne) in the studio and by devices (TC Helicon) live, but what I heard on some of your samples was like you were in a different key (or multiple keys) from the backing tracks.
A good teacher would let you know this needs to be worked on, not just taking your money and working on HIS agenda.
You CAN learn to sing on pitch assuming you have the ear for it.
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