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PromiseKun
Raspomme
• 9/20/2013

How should I become a better YouTaite?

I plan on starting a singing career, and I think my voice is good enough for it. The fact I'm deaf would make me an interesting YouTaite. But my only concerns are that I can't sing to the beats very well, and it just sounds really bad. I'd always sing too fast, too slow, or a few seconds behind/ahead. Any idea how I can learn to be better? (I've had practice with karaoke songs, and taking a coupe songs seriously).

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PromiseKun
Raspomme
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• 5/2/2013

One solution is to use a visual metronome and set the beat to the song's bpm, which can be found on http://ja.chordwiki.org/ as well as other sites. Metronomes with blinking lights are the standard, and can be purchased from any music store, found online as virtual metronomes, or downloaded for free as smartphone/tablet apps. One characteristic of physical metronomes you may find useful is that due to the output of sound many of them, especially older models, will vibrate slightly with each tick.

Really curious, how do you get the starting pitch correctly if you're deaf?

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A FANDOM User
• 5/2/2013

I think I'll try out with a metronome and ask my friend how to use it. She's a musician, but still a student like me. I really dunno how, I have a varying voice, and is almost never the same each time I alter it. I'd have to get a good mike to see how I really sound from the computer.

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• 6/12/2018
i hv same prob as u
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