Travis Dtfsu Crum

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bio website soundcloud.com/so-gnar
location Camby, Indiana
age 24
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seen Feb 24 '13 at 2:44

I work at a Guitar Center in the Pro Audio department and am attending a university to get a bachelors in music technology degree.

I live for raves and music pretty much. Super into pretty much every genre of EDM =). More specifically fidget, drum and bass, dubstep, complextro, and electro-house but I do enjoy pretty much every genre. Maybe not gabber... but whatever

you can check out some of my music that I make under the moniker So-Gnar http://www.soundcloud.com/so-gnar

don't be too critical I know I'm not the greatest but any constructive criticism would be greatly appreciated =D. Also keep in mind that almost all the songs on their were made before I started learning and taking music production classes, expect much better releases in the near future. =D


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Ah, that sounds exactly like what I'm doing when singing loudly. Thank you a ton
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comment common mistakes made when singing
also noticed after reading your answer that I tend to use all the air in my lungs when projecting as well
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awesome, thanks for the info. Will have to try the head thing and make myself relax much more. I just get emotional with the songs I sing to as well haha. I guess I usually sing between C3 and C4 and do often try to go above my range... I don't listen to any pop music but I do appreciate it when it has quality and skill. I have trouble with higher notes in C4 and stuff below C3. I don't have an especially low or high voice but its slightly on the higher end for a male I think. I should use a spectrum viewer on my voice sometime
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oh shoot sorry, didn't even see you say it later in the comment. will try this tonight after work
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like a vst? whats it called. does it have some sort of vocal effect like this?
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will tryout something like this. I have SugarBytes WOW which has a vowel mode. I bet it will sound similar. I use Ableton mostly but I have Reason and will try out what that video is saying to do with Thor and the formant filter, and will look into some 3rd part VST or AU formant filters as well
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