Socoder -> Art and Sound -> Singing practice(first 200 hours)
|Mon, 30 Oct 2023, 17:21|
Singing practice(first 200 hours)
I started learning how to sing during this summer. Trying to put a lot of hours into it. I am closing in to around 200 hours of practice now.
That vibration effect was and is difficult to say the least. Several youtube tutorials and a couple of singing instruction and teaching books are helpful. Not fluent yet.
I was needing to chose a couple of examples of singers to start copying their singing. This to start with finding a new voice. I did everything behind closed doors until tonight. I was practicing while visiting my mum. Getting comfortable with doing singing is something else. There are so many bad singers everywhere
I continued my All Green imitation voice practice. There's a number of others I selected to learn from, like Lennard Cohen. One original voice I made audio notes of is Duke Nukem in a singing variant.
Hoping to get comfortable with the singing so I can start to compose with it. Koala sampler is great for extracting just the vocals and cutting these up into chunks. Then it is matching and evaluating.
I might get a vocal box. A small standing booth to sing into. Then hopefully try and create some remixes and try and add some vocals to originals too.
Jay has been using singers for a while now I can't stay behind!
Ps - there's a sale on a great deadmau sounding synth. Dagger synth from beepstreet. For mac too. I got the ios version for 6 bucks tonight.