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Apr
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accepted Physical problems during singing
Apr
27
comment Physical problems during singing
yeah I eat quite regularly and my throat does ache a bit...
Apr
27
revised Physical problems during singing
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Apr
27
revised Physical problems during singing
Explained my experience in singing
Apr
27
asked Physical problems during singing
Apr
20
comment How much can I expect my vocal range to improve with high quality vocal training
You need to ask yourself, How far are you willing to take the sessions and how determined are you to learn. any teacher can teach you (albeit if they are qualified or competent enough to do so) but you need to be willing to learn. If you self trained you may find it hard to be taught. Just an initial impression I'm providing here. No assumptions.
Apr
20
comment How to interpret results of the failed exam
It would probably be best to google the grading system, I am not graded in any instrument I just gained knowledge from my friends that grading exists ("like im grade 4 in piano" and so on) I self taught drums and vocals so im not experienced with the grading system(s).
Apr
17
answered How to interpret results of the failed exam
Nov
17
comment What are some of the things that influence a player's “tone”?
haha ^ nice play on words there
Nov
12
answered Learning pick and finger-picking at the same time?
Nov
12
comment Learning pick and finger-picking at the same time?
@shootingstars no not at all if you have the time during the song to adjust the grip off you plectrum to allow for finger playing faster songs maybe a problem. dropping the Plectrum maybe a concern haha!
Nov
12
comment Learning pick and finger-picking at the same time?
I have to disagree if you can learn different styles it will broaden your musical horizons playing with different techniques is a great way of increasing proficiency with any instrument. Different grip with drumming for example.
Nov
10
comment How to adapt guitar playing style to a new genre
@muffin haha no problem the list goes on I would run out of characters on the comments section if I named them all :P. Heres a few more to get the creative Juices flowing stemming from Metal core to thrash to Groove Metal. Lamb of God, Disturbed, Hatebreed, As I Lay Dying, Killswitch Engage, Atreyu, Avenged Sevenfold, Chimera.
Nov
10
comment How to adapt guitar playing style to a new genre
Asking Alexandria wouldn't have been my first choice but alternate picking is a key technique to materialize in Metalcore its mostly 4/4 timing signature and above 150bpm so teaching your brain the alternate picking manoeuvre would be very beneficial look at the likes of early Bullet for My Valentine, All That Remains and Trivium. you will be surprised to know that metal has punk influences in some of its riffs and structures.
Oct
31
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Oct
28
answered Can you learn how to drum with the game Rockband 3 and e-drums?
Oct
28
comment Drummer: Follow Bassist, Guitarist, or Lead
I think the structure of a song and the time keeping is a team effort I find myself in certain places following everyone at different times. its just what clicks to me that "Oh now I should be playing this riff" and so on..
Oct
13
comment Difficulty tuning in Drop D
I would definitely check whether you have a floating bridge because those are also part of the tuning process as it will drop if the strings are loosened.
Oct
13
comment Getting Started Recording and Arranging Drums, Guitar, Bass, Vocals, Etc
I would suggest splitting this question into the three separate questions that you have stated although be warned the second question WILL be closed as off topic. and the third will not be well received as it is purely down to personal preference. but for the first question you need only buy 4 cheep mics 2 for overhead 1 for snare and 1 for bass drum.
Oct
13
comment How to sync original bpm of an mp3 file to the bpm of my drum module?
can you not set the bpm when you start creating the loop, then match the same bpm on the click track by entering it?