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Hello fellow musicians! I want to know your thoughts on my singing

Victorg_1994Victorg_1994 Posts: 8Member
edited April 12 in SINGER/SONGWRITERS
Hiii, hope you are all having a great day!.. I'm going to leave here of me singing and playing guitar, I want to know your thoughts especially on my singing please... Critics, advices, anything is welcome.. I just want to improve.. Thank you very much for your time!!



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  • DiegoDiego Posts: 4452.0 PRO
    Okay, first off the bat.
    I feel like you need to work on your support. I feel like you are having many pitch issues, and your voice is kind of all over the place at the moment.

    Where are you from? I hear an accent. Haha.

    -Diego
  • Victorg_1994Victorg_1994 Posts: 8Member
    > @Diego said:
    > Okay, first off the bat.
    > I feel like you need to work on your support. I feel like you are having many pitch issues, and your voice is kind of all over the place at the moment.
    >
    > Where are you from? I hear an accent. Haha.
    >
    > -Diego

    The pitch issues are for the lack of support?.. So I should focus on building a good support first right?.. I'm firm Venezuela XD.. Thanks you much for your time
  • DiegoDiego Posts: 4452.0 PRO
    Build a good support first, that is correct.
    You can't maintain a consistent tone or pitch if your support is not developed.
    Oh nice, Venezuela. Glad to see people from all over here.

    -Diego
  • DiegoDiego Posts: 4452.0 PRO
    Try to develop a base first, and THEN you start adding the guitar in. Doing both simultaneously, can be even harder if you don't really have control over your voice.
  • Victorg_1994Victorg_1994 Posts: 8Member
    OK OK.. Thank you so much!! I'm to focus on my support and practice more only my singing \m/.. But believe me, I was even worse a few months ago XD..
  • DramabaristephanDramabaristephan Posts: 3Member
    Forget the support and vocal technique for now is my advise.
    Download pitch monitor, play a note on the guitar, and work on getting the pitch right.
    Work one tone at a time, then work on getting the whole line right on pitch.
    for example, play a c chord and sing C or E or G, or a triad Do not compromise on the pitch, never!
    At the same time, you can work on the support. Do the sit-up with the pitch monitor in your hands(As I have done and still do!). You can see when you go flat or sharp. Don't go crazy, if you don't get it right every time.
    Also, I would only sing with the vowels, until you develop pitch and solid vowels. Then move on to texts.
  • DramabaristephanDramabaristephan Posts: 3Member
    Same advise for me by the wy. I have a big bariton tenor voice, that often strayed off pitch! I use the pitch monitor
  • DramabaristephanDramabaristephan Posts: 3Member
    oh sing quitly a line or 2 in order to test the pitch. Singing loud will distort pitch problems.(Own experience.)
  • videoacevideoace Posts: 1,789Pro, 2.0 PRO
    As Diego mentioned, In order to keep a steady pitch you need "Diaphragmatic support. Without support, chances are good that you will be inconsistent with your pitch.

    I would watch Ken's free videos on "Diaphragmatic support" to start with. Once you get used to that, you can focus more on pitch.

    Peace, Tony
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