Sara Smiles - Hall and Oats (Live Performance)
michaelmusic 2.0 ENROLLED Posts: 196
Hello, back at it again with another live cover performance. I'm looking for feedback on how I can improve all characteristics of my singing (tone, pitch, timing, performance, dynamics) so I can become great.
Thank you all for your feedback.
On the vocal side, nice bright nasality, it helps with pitch
To stay on the healthy side, I wouldn't bring head voice too much down into the chest register notes, but this song could use that for effect. Just be aware of it so your general singing benefits from a healthy chesty dominance, a chesty resonance when going higher -generally speaking- so you avoid ingraining a possible habit of doing ALL your singing pulling head down into the chest range. Just a thought....
Also, be careful not to slam your EE vowels. Not sure if you do, but it might pinch in your throat if you do. Don't forget to make a diphthong: EH - EE, Aye
But overall, you're doing a good job. Your singing, energy and emotion in the song are entertaining. You have a good tone too. Again, you can improve that with breath control. Remember that your voice is a wind instrument.
Peace to you