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Just a Demo/Cover I did....Any thoughts??
Cheers Tom


  • doc_ramadanidoc_ramadani Posts: 2,662Administrator, 2.0 PRO, Facility Management
    Hi Tom,

    very nice that you show up with a new demo.

    I like your version of "This lady is a tramp" more. On this recording your voice sounded a little froggy. Or is this because of the recording technique?

  • sealrosesealrose Posts: 159Enrolled
    Ha Ha....You mean like Kermit The Frog?....It sounds like Im taking the piss out of the tune...But youre right...Ill do it again...Ill just take the nazel out of it....
    Cheers Doc...Your input is valued..
  • Chris82Chris82 Posts: 2002.0 PRO
    @sealrose Wow TOM! This is the first time I've had the pleasure of hearing your voice! Great pitch! and nice bright sound. But it does sound a bit froggy/nasal overall. Are you singing with a raised larynx? But don't get me wrong it was pretty good. It was good enough that I was able to get into the song as you sang it (aka you entertained me!)
  • sealrosesealrose Posts: 159Enrolled
    Man Cheers Chris....I know about the 'nasal' sound...Dont know why I did that...I just placed it there and continued the rest of the song like that. I listened to it a few times last night with a friend and had a bit of a laugh about it. Also I thought pitch was fine....But yeah I have done this tune again (which I will post on this discussion).
    however, I am pleased that you Where entertained!!!....Most important...
    Cheers Mate.
  • sealrosesealrose Posts: 159Enrolled
    New 'Daydream Believer' and I threw in a New recording of 'lady is a Tramp'....Hey Doc if you listen to these tell me how they compere....I think these are better.
    Cheers Tom
  • doc_ramadanidoc_ramadani Posts: 2,662Administrator, 2.0 PRO, Facility Management
    Hi @sealrose,

    MUCH better to my opinion. Maybe you also want to play with the placement of your voice a little bit. If you put it a little more to the back of the throat you may get a rounder tone.

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