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Singing Help

Post by LenL0vr on Sun Jul 25, 2010 12:16 pm

How do I sing without going to falsetto? i hate my voice when it goes there and i need a few singing tips... like here some things about my singing voice:
I can't go high
I crack my voice
I sound like a guy sorta
...no vibrato...

yeah so basically anything will help... plz plz plz...
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thanks for all the help...
i havent taken any singing classes though... i want to but i have hula class... (im filipino btw) and i'm scared to sing whenever theres someone around... like siblings
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Does anyone know how I can get vibrato? Happy Go Lucky


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Re: Singing Help

Post by krannda on Sun Jul 25, 2010 10:22 pm

Well, you're kind of at the age where your voice is changing so don't worry so much about the voice cracks and stuff. It's normal for all girls especially near the age of puberty.

Just don't strain your voice too much and do vocal warm-ups so you don't damage your voice at this critical period. Just wait. As you get older, your voice will start to get better and less cracky. owo
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Re: Singing Help

Post by さおり on Sun Jul 25, 2010 11:55 pm

It also depends on your natural range. Some girls are soprano by nature while some are contralto. It's not something you can immediately change without tons of practice practice practice. If you're an contralto, then it's best to find songs that are more into your range rather than forcing your voice to do those that are too high.

You could alter the song's pitch and make it lower so it's more comfortable. There's really nothing wrong with having a lower singing voice though. I mean, everyone has different voices. A good soprano is like a clear chime, but a good contralto's voice is textured and strong. Everyone has their own strengths.
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Re: Singing Help

Post by krannda on Mon Jul 26, 2010 12:20 am

I agree with Saori. However, there's always an option of developing a rock-type voice. It slightly damages it but it's quite useful. I've actually started developing one for singing high songs that need power.

*and I was kinda fooling around trying to figure out how to do screamo xD*
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