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I'm slowly learning how to scream!

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Erkan, Sep 16, 2011.

  1. Erkan

    Erkan mr-walker.bandcamp

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    Hey fellas!

    Here is a short clip from one of the songs from the upcoming album. This is me testing out some stuff to see if I can contribute to the vocals on the album. It would be cool to be part of the vox here and there as vocals are the only thing on the album that are not done by me.

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/585020/Spectre_ErkVox.mp3

    Compare it to the thread I created almost a year ago. I was screaming really weak and close to the mic in the clips in the thread below. Now I'm screaming much louder and in a different way. I haven't been practising a lot, maybe like 1-2 times a month since then but still it feels like I'm finding a way to scream without fucking my throat up too bad.

    http://www.ultimatemetal.com/forum/...-my-first-vocal-fry-practise.html#post9463201

    Tell me what you think about the first clip on top!
     
  2. MaellaJohn

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    Sounds like more of a yell, but I love it.
    Same technique as stuff like old Memphis May Fire, Underoath, and Stray from the Path.
     
  3. Erkan

    Erkan mr-walker.bandcamp

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    Well yeah, yell, whatever :) i like to keep some of my own voice in the scream, so it sounds like a yell. But I'm also working on controlling the voice and shaping it more into a scream without so much of the actual voice. I think you can get really long screams that way, sort of like Devin Townsend
     
  4. buhzie2

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    I like it man... real clear and natural sounding. Doesn't sound forced, but has a nice bite and aggressiveness to it.

    Teach me! lol
     

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