It’s a little frustrating sometimes when I’m singing in a group and someone is off pitch. Some people might not notice it but someone with years of experience can really catch it like a piece of thread sticking out of a jacket. I know I can be off sometimes but I do my best to do better the next time around. I’m very picky. A less experienced audience might not even hear it, but for me, it’s like hearing a chalkboard being scratched. What’s hard about singing in a group is that when someone’s off, you can’t tell if it’s you or someone else that’s off, someone’s got to fix it. I’m just pulling out a piece of my mind. I love music and singing a lot! Peace :)
I remember back in the day when I was just learning how to sing in choir and match pitch. I thought I knew enough of what it took to sing but I was totally wrong. I’ve always had problems with understanding “flats” and “sharps” in general, like “Wtf? I can’t tell the difference,” and I almost died trying to figure it out. If I were to listen to people sing I couldn’t tell the difference when someone was slightly off. Now that I look back at it, I thought it was kind of funny now that I know how simple it is. I can easily tell when something is off and it bothers me A LOT. Whenever I hear someone off, I keep getting the urge to tell them. I think musically literate people in general are just picky with flats and sharps, it’s way too simple not to try to fix, it’s like we have to do something about it lol.
I am very sorry, I just can’t help it. Being in choir throughout my years in high school really made me picky. If someone’s off tune, I won’t say anything. It bothers me though because it makes it hard for me to sing along or enjoy the song they’re singing. To those who are music literate, the clash of two different keys is like the sound of chalk screeching against a board, yes it’s that bad. I can let go of diction though, I won’t even mind if the person messes up the lyrics, just as long as it’s in tune. They can hum through the whole song if they want to and I won’t mind.
I really feel like singing out loud tonight but it sucks because it’s too late for people not to get pissed off, what a waste. I miss being in a choir, I haven’t actually actually sung in full voice since then. Feels like my vocals are weakening and I’m losing range, I need to warm up a lot just to get my voice to be where I want it. Sigh, I miss the feeling of my voice just after getting out of choir, I can sing without much hesitation or thinking too much about it… perfect way to warm up.
You kind of have to, unfortunately -___-
So after throwing away so many things in the house, my room has so much more space and it echoes! Gaaah! I could sing in here all night! Someone should come over with a guitar! :D
As a singer, or someone who loves to sing, the arrangement made me chuckle multiple times the first time I heard it. The “you” part kept throwing me off because it just jumps out of nowhere in the arrangement and it was so predictable, I don’t know how to explain it but I thought it was really funny. I love the music video though and the more I listened to it, the more I started liking it so I just had to download it. Even now, I’m still listening and singing along to it. You guys probably think it’s weird for a guy to sing this >.<
I really love this song now but if I were to sing this to my boyfriend, I’d have a hard time singing the "YOU!" part seriously lmfao.
Awkward silence filled the room when I stopped… -dies-
What da eff?! You can still hear the sickness in my voice though.
Is it just me or does it get easier to sing as the day progresses? I realized that it’s kind of hard to sing in the morning without cracking but when it’s night I can easily sing along to songs in almost any range.
I was cracking when I was trying to sing along in church this morning but right now I feel like I can belt out some ballad songs haha :)
This is another question for singers: do your ears start to rumble inside when you hit high falsetto notes? It gets distracting sometimes because it’s so irritating, like you can hear and feel the muscles vibrate inside. Is that why some artists cover one side of their ear live when hitting high falsetto notes?
One thing I like about being sick is that I feel like singing more and have a wider range, strangely. I feel like my diaphragm got stronger from all the coughing. My voice may seem a little scratchy but it feels comfortable to sing when I feel sick… I don’t think anyone else would agree, I’m so weird -___-