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#1 2014-02-02 04:44:12

infeqt0r
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Guitar player, singing attempt (yes or no)

Hi buddies,

this is my first ever attempt to record my voice (through my cheap 10$ headset, sorry for the latency issues).Btw I've been playing guitar for almost 1 decade. (progressive/death metal mostly)

To give up or to continue practicing?

Tnx in advance!

http://www.4shared.com/mp3/OMZtxVE0ba/i … jezda.html

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#2 2014-02-24 04:36:04

Batsinthebelltower
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Re: Guitar player, singing attempt (yes or no)

You already have the musical ear if youve been playing guitar this long - You sound fine Just keep at it dude , this site is good for tips and support. Try breathing exercises / diaphragm breathing , and keep the confidence strong . Good luck !

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#3 2014-03-02 12:33:31

ronws
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Re: Guitar player, singing attempt (yes or no)

One of the things I found difficult in recording digitally is latency. Back in the good old days of my 4 track machine, it's all literally on tape with no multi-plexing bus to get through. So, there was no latency. And what you will find with some digital audio workshops (DAW) like the one I use, Audacity, the latency is unavoidable. You can sing along with the music, exactly on the beat and it still plays back elongated and and delayed. The best and easiest way I have to take care of that is to tempo adjust 0.01 percent. Then, zoom in on the waveforms and align the vocal track with one of the beats in the music.

I think you have a good voice. But it wouldn't matter if you had a funky voice. As long as you can sing on pitch, that's job #1. The rest is style and interpretation. In fact, the more unique your voice, the better.


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