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Alright, so time to time I get idiots on YouTube commenting my looks...I guess they don't understand that I do metal, not fashion shoots. Either way, I'll get comments like "you need to grow your hair out" or "your beard looks stupid" or "you're fat"
well, here's the thing...metal isn't pretty...and out of boredom I have listen below several screamers for bands who guess what? are chubby, have beards, and/or have short hair!
All Shall Perish - Eddie Hermida
Parkway Drive - Winston
August Burns Red - Jake
Seasons After - Chris
The Autumn Offering - Matt McChesney
The Black Dahlia Murder - Trevor Strnad
I could go on, but I have a life
I've listened to and followed 'how to sing' programs such as: Singing Success, The Zen of Screaming 1 & 2, + some other singing programs. I've also looked up a trillion videos on how to sing on the internet, and have read some books on singing and read information on how to sing on the internet. So I've put all of my hard work and my own creativity into this video. I've spent a over 5 years of non-stop brain cramming figuring out all of this stuff, and I'm giving it away for free, so I hope you enjoy this information and put it to good use.
Remember to get your throat checked out every 3 weeks by a doctor. If your throat needs some healing time, make sure to get a piece of paper and pencil to write down everything instead of talking and get proper rest and nutrition.
Here you can practice your voice. Great for humming, doing lip rolls, lip trills, practicing your vowels, and good for vocal warmup and range as well! :)
This is a 5 tone scale for tenors. But anybody is welcome to this. Just start and end at you're comfortable pitch. It's similar to solfedge do, re, mi, fa, sol and it goes down.
Starting note: C3 (c below middle c)
Highest note: C5 (c above middle c, male high c)
lowest note: A2 (some tenors can go all the way down low, it's a challenge)
Don't strain your self, everything should be free!!