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how to find and maintain a unique style
igor1901 Posts: 7Pro, 2.0 PRO
Hi.. I haven't been active on the forums, but I have been doing the exercises for a while. My singing voice in itself is not bad now, I feel I can maintain a stable tone, my range has expanded a bit, and overall I sound pretty decent. However, I have been told that my voice is simply not "unique" or that it is simply too "bland". I was wondering, is there a way to improve upon this quality, and what would it take. My preferred music styles are alternative rock and some modern pop, with obvious favourites like David Coverdale and Eddie Vedder, but I am not looking to emulate, rather to find my own voice. Any help would be apreciated