Good or bad singer?

Discussion in 'Vocals' started by zero00, Jun 4, 2009.

  1. zero00

    zero00 Active Member

    May 14, 2009
    Hi to all, well that's my question, am i singing good, normal, bad, horrible? I started singing since April, so 2 months ago.

    The first song i made is called "It's Time" and the last one is "Not Good Enough".

  2. Codemonkey

    Codemonkey Well-Known Member

    Dec 11, 2007
    Scotland, UK
    I'm deliberately not going to listen because I don't know singing from potatoes.

    I'll take the liberty to define "bad" as the opposite of "good".
    Now, YOU define "good".

    If someone is confident and can hit notes which add something to the song, I'd say they could sing.
  3. scurrier

    scurrier Guest

    Sounds like you're definitely hitting the notes in "Let me"... but I think the vocals are buried. My amateur recommendation would be to take some of the reverb off (something people tend to add to make their voice fuller) and instead double the vocal. The reverb makes the vocals sound too distant and is affecting the definition. Not that you want to remove it completely.
  4. song4gabriel

    song4gabriel Active Member

    Mar 27, 2007
    NY, USA
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    your voice fits that music fine.
  5. zero00

    zero00 Active Member

    May 14, 2009
    Hello everyone, thanks for your posts...

    Codemonkey: you are absolutely right, is hard to tell what is good or bad... so i just wanted so hear if you like the vocals in a personal way, nothing more, nothing less. I thing that i'm hitting the notes, and i can sing in tune, not perfect but enough to feel it right.

    Scurrier: I'll try to not abuse the reverbe. And by the way... the vocals in that song are doubled :D.

    Song4gabriel: Thanks, i appreciate your comment, short but right to the point. Your comment give me more confidence to keep going.

    Thanks to all of you.
  6. EricIndecisive

    EricIndecisive Active Member

    Jan 4, 2007
    I can't hear your vocals very well, but it seems to sound good.

    It's not about being an "amazing singer," as people pointed out, it's totally about fitting the music. I tend to appreciate different voices now since all of the pop punk / modern rock singers I hear sound exactly the same! Pop punk = castrated 15 year old with a cold. Modern rock = chain smoker with lung cancer.

    So turn it up and let's hear it again, your mixes sound great.
  7. edaub1

    edaub1 Active Member

    Jun 10, 2009
    Im not tryin to do an ad ...if your singer is really THAT if you guys recorded your songs at home..I have a service where you can email me the vocal track along with Key of the song an bpm and i can make your singer sound amazinngg. .Any questions just ask

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