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Sound Of SIlence-Disturbed (Newer Version)

So I haven't been that active for a while.
So I guess I would make a comeback with an old song I recorded and did it with my current abilities.

@highmtn @videoace @TommyM @HuduVudu @blondiewales @bentk @Gaston_Jauregui
You can compare with the old one.
Please give me feedback.

Comments

  • Gaston_JaureguiGaston_Jauregui Posts: 498Moderator, Enrolled, 2.0 PRO
    edited October 19
    really good! love the feel you put to it! watch the E vowel other than that awesome!
  • HuduVuduHuduVudu Posts: 3802.0 PRO
    @Diego you picked a really tough one this time :)

    I haven't heard this one before and I went and listened to the original (for Disturbed), holy cow there is a ton going on with this song and the singer is unbelievable at negotiating all of it.

    You did a good job for this song, it is really really hard.
    Here are a few observations that I made:

    1. Your vibrato is a fast. Slow that roll :tongue:
    2. The first part of the song is almost entirely head voice, and amazingly even the low part is mix with mostly head. The sound he is doing is very sweet. Yours was a bit rough try to sweeten up the sound. As I mentioned this is almost entirely head voice, so make sure you stay in that space.
    3. You are clipping the sound by putting in full consonants. Try to fake them, this will help with those big note jumps.
    4. About 2:39 he starts to shift into chest to so that he can belt (for the build up). You struggle to make the transition. He then promptly pulls up high with his chest. Holy cow man that is a serious transition. You might want to try to work on that transition. It seems really hard to pull off.
    5. You seem to still be using hard consonants here. Sonically it makes the sound choppy. I think it also slows your agility to move around on the notes.
    6. Your harmony didn't work very well at 3:12. Maybe just dump it? It isn't used in the original.
    7. That high chest belting could definitely use some work to make it beefier. It seems a little thin.
    8. 3:41-3:48 you needed this sound only louder earlier. It's like it took you that long to make the chest transition.

    Overall a VERY good job on a VERY difficult song.
  • videoacevideoace Posts: 1,530Pro, 2.0 PRO
    @Diego I liked it. some of your best work yet.

    I really like the sound of your voice when it's in the mid third octave to the mid fourth octave. It really has a nice rich tone.
    Your head voice still sounds a little thin to me, but it's getting better.

    Nice job Diego!

    Peace
  • DiegoDiego Posts: 383Member
  • DiegoDiego Posts: 383Member
    @HuduVudu Wow! Thanks for all the observations!
    I'll work slowly on each one of them.
    Yeah, I've been working on fast vibrato for a while lol.
  • DiegoDiego Posts: 383Member
    @videoace Thanks a lot Tony!
    I can't get it to sound thinner, damn it! lol.
    I can't figure it out yet.

    Thank you overall!

  • wilfwilf Posts: 2Member
    Good job on a difficult song.
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