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Judas Priest - Victim of Changes

Hello

I just did an awesome vocal cover of this classic judas priest song. I am proud of it. What do you think?

https://vocaroo.com/i/s11QDYjuvK3N

Comments

  • Furious_PhilFurious_Phil Posts: 1,171Moderator, Pro, 2.0 PRO
    The good:
    - Your vocal top range is really impressive!
    - Cool use of that patented 80's wide vibrato

    The bad:
    - Sounds like you are covering up/masking the tone for the most part... Could possibly be due to the excessive reverb that is stealing away your ping?
    - Sounds like you are doing some possible unsafe upper throat distortion techniques at several points there. (That is going to eventually cause you grief)
    - Gets pretty pitchy at points, but you manage to pull the train back onto the rails :wink:
    ------------------------------------------------------------

    I'll just come out and say it...

    You've been around the forum for about as long as I have so I'm curious as to why you've never taken the dive to get the full-on training?
    You clearly have talent and ability, as I see and hear with your frequent submissions. However, I am simply at a loss as to why you don't want to properly develop it past your plateau??

    Honestly, If I had your top end range, I'd move heaven and earth to push it to the next level and try to perfect the whole package.

    But that's just my 2 cents; take it as you will.

    Regards,

    Phillip
  • Simpan27Simpan27 Posts: 184Member
    Thanks man

    Does it work to sing it live?

    I had some trouble dont know if you noticed it during the verse line on ''trying to find my way again trying to get some new'' Halford goes up to a B4 and then some other high note. I figured it would be easier to sing that line in falsetto. What did you think?
  • Furious_PhilFurious_Phil Posts: 1,171Moderator, Pro, 2.0 PRO
    As I mentioned earlier, if you want to make real progress and not just be stuck where you are at indefinitely... the answer is simple.
    Get the course and invest the time.
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