What Goes Around Comes Around - Justin Timberlake | Acoustic Cover

Looking for feedback! I post weekly on my YouTube channel and this is the first time I've felt comfortable posting me singing on my own YouTube channel publicly.

Looking for all of your feedback!



  • GuyChanGuyChan 2.0 PRO, 3.0 Streaming Posts: 166
    Hi Michael !

    So I'd like to have someone else's take on that, to correct me if I'm wrong, but I feel like you're singing a bit "throaty" and or "wiggly". And for me, that's the result of lack of support, and strength in the voice.
    That might be because you're sitting down too by the way ! Also, you're holding a guitar, it's hard to do not hunch over it.

    So to get rid of these disturbing componants, as you're learning the song, and as you're learning to apply KTVA techniques to the song, I would recommend that you stand up and take off the guitar during this time, if you haven't already.

    Also, I think you need to grow your voice a bit more for this kind of songs. Because I feel like you're pretty soft on this song. From my perspective, it would be better with some more strength through the upper mid voice, and the passaggio/mixed voice. I feel like this part of your voice needs to be stronger.

    So I know it's a long term work, but remember that as you work on your voice, always stand up, and don't hold a guitar, wether it's for your scales, or for a song, untill you know the song well, and you can apply the techniques needed correctly. Than you can try to sing it while playing guitar, but still standing up. Then, when you get good at this, try to sit down while holding the guitar. But ideally, I don't recommend to sit down when you sing, especially if you play guitar at the same time. Not for these kind of songs.

    But overall, your pitch is good. You "just" have to work on support to give you consistency and strength, which will give you a better tone in your upper register.

    I hope that helps !

  • kworamkworam 3.0 Streaming Posts: 118
    @michaelmusic I like this song and your version of it. I think you did everything well up to the last line, which sounded a little pitchy. Not as flowing and controlled as the rest of the song. That's my only nitpick, otherwise good job!
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