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Re: This is an original song by me called "Out of place"
I agree with codeowl's thoughts.
I just wanted to add: Please do
ever sing when you have laryngitis! Singing through a cold is fine, but laryngitis necessitates vocal rest.
I hope you are feeling better now!
Re: Is this mixed voice?
yes, your first example sounds like mixed voice and your second example is head resonance. If you want to make your mixed voice more "chesty" you will have to stretch your chest voice to be able to blend chest and head resonance evenly. This will take some time. But you are already on a good track. I would like to recommend to you to get the full course. This will help you a lot to grow faster.
PS.: Doing the course for 2.5 years.
Re: No surprise cover
Che bello rivederti qui. Man, your voice grew a lot. You sound much, MUCH better than the way I heard you last time. Very nice chest voice.
There is one thing I want to draw your attention to: SUPPORT, SUPPORT, SUPPORT! On some notes your voice sounds a little bit shaky, wobbly. To my own experience with my own voice and to the experiences I gained here in the Forums this is mostly due to a lack of support. Remind yourself to push down on the diaphragm on every note you sing - even if your singing lightly. The support will help you a lot on stabilising the sound.
But very good progress, Claudio.
Re: AC-DC Three Covers
When seeking feedback it is a good plan to just post one song... get some feed back, work on it and then post either the next one or a revised version with what you have learnt. You will prob get more responses with one song at a time, than if you post a stack of songs.
I know you were just responding to my accadacca challenge here, so no problems there, but just a tip for you with future posts, that will prob see you get more responses