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Old 2005-01-30, 12:19
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hey everyone. last night i was screaming my lungs out at a gwar concert (ill probably post about that later if i decide to stick around). by the end of the show i pretty much lost my voice so i experimented with some deathmetal vocals. my friends said that they were pretty good and i was just wondering if there was any way to sustain and always be able to do that growl. normally when i sign i guess you could say i sound like jerry only or that guy from the dammed. so, any pointers?
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Old 2005-01-30, 15:00
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keep losing your voice until you grow up. (timewise I mean)
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Old 2005-01-30, 21:39
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probably because your not even a singer. singing is no different then playing an instrument
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Old 2005-02-02, 20:29
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probably because your not even a singer. singing is no different then playing an instrument


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Old 2005-02-03, 18:40
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hey everyone. last night i was screaming my lungs out at a gwar concert (ill probably post about that later if i decide to stick around). by the end of the show i pretty much lost my voice so i experimented with some deathmetal vocals. my friends said that they were pretty good and i was just wondering if there was any way to sustain and always be able to do that growl. normally when i sign i guess you could say i sound like jerry only or that guy from the dammed. so, any pointers?


how could you experiment with screaming if you lost your voice?
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Old 2005-02-04, 19:05
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You know... trying to sing, or worse, growl after you have lost your voice is a very stupid/bad decision. Do you want to keep your voice? If you do you need to treat it like a real instrument, hence don't brake it.
Like someone said over and over on these forums, you're born with only one voice, don't lose it. (unlike a guitar, that if you brake it you can fix it, or get another, you can't get another voice)
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