Zeppelin- Black Dog - {acoustic} - test

Hey guys,

here's an upload to see if I'm on the right track with the technique. This is the highest
range I've sung in, to date.



  • WigsWigs Moderator, 2.0 PRO Posts: 1,544
    I think you'll really need to dig deep for your support to hit those notes with any power, it sounds a bit breathy as well. I know it's tough singing songs that are right on the limit of your range as well.
  • VILHELMVILHELM Member Posts: 20
    Thanks Wigs, So more support, and even less air? What about mix?
    I think this was the first song where I started to understand the elusive
    mix concept.
  • WigsWigs Moderator, 2.0 PRO Posts: 1,544
    I'm not sure that it's much of a mix but then again I haven't fully grasped the concept either and haven't learned yet to purposely sing in my mix. I have a feeling you will need to have more chest sound in there, which will take a ton of support that high, to truly start using a mix sound.
  • VILHELMVILHELM Member Posts: 20
    edited December 2019
    thanks Wigs. at first i practiced the song sort of free form, But when I recorded it at first, I thought It sounded weak. So I began to pull chest up. Made a difference. I know its in there, just not sure if its right?
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