Discussion in 'The ChitChat Lounge' started by i'm_not_neo, Feb 3, 2007.
Any tips on how to practise to develop singing skills (without professional training)?
Jus sing along the song dude n keep correcting ureself when you go wrong (for that you need good ears and I know you have one lol)
Start from national anthem to some hard hindi songs with many pitch variations.
helped a bit.
A few questions...
1)When singing while listening to a song should we:
a)Imitate singers voice (try to)
b)Sing in your own voice
c)Sing with respect to the scale/pitch of the song.
d)Sing in a pitch that is comfortable to you irrespective of the song.
a)Enhance your voice (i.e it changes your original voice)?
b)Just gives better control.(i.e you can hit all the pitches but original voice remains same)?
3)Does humming help?
a) Not necessary.
b) Yes, but do not sing in that voice if it sounds really bad. (Try to change it).
d) No, but you can sing in a lower/higher octave. (Don't change scale if you are singin along)
a) It does make it softer/smoother (nicer to hear)
b) Of course it gives better control, if you want to sing a C note immediately, you can. Original voice jus becomes plain smooth.
Spare the bathroom,start torturing your recorder.
People who do bathroom singin dont need professional training.
^They do if they want to be professional.
Lol...ryte now we ain't talkin bout total professional singin are we neo-hater?
Heyy!!!I've won many Grammies(a.k.a Pantene bottles)for best vocal performance...
No way I can give up on bathroom singing...professional singing or not...
And no,I'm not trying singing professionally.
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