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Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Redoubt9000, Feb 13, 2014.

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    Haven't been able to really write anything lately, too busy. I wrote/recorded this a couple months back but somehow I missed posting it onto this forum for other opinions! I originally intended to use the SM7B for voiceover and as an overkill chat mic at the desk, and possibly vox. With the results I got out of recording my vocals tho, I'm willing to commit a bit more to my own sound now! It was pretty fun hehe



    I'm really looking for some advice concerning my vocal technique & processing. Prior to this one I had only ever done a quick Alestorm cover but I'm looking forward to incorporating more vocal tracks to my future work. Otherwise I'm more or less practicing my breathing and "grrrr"'n during my commutes. Advice is welcomed!
     
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    No raised brows, or wincing?
     

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