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missichatterbox

  • one year ago

original poem to a song, check it out (: thanks xoxo

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    https://soundcloud.com/missichatterbox/emotions

  2. Amber♥theworld
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    It's cool i like it

  3. missichatterbox
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    Thanks! (:

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    Your welcome!

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    Very well done. Be careful not to sing through your nose. Lots of people do this even professional singers and I think it sounds much more full if you focus the sound through your mouth. Also try not to force the vibrato. Let it come naturally. If you force it, it has a tendency to sound uneven. Just my opinions. This was very well done overall for an a capella piece.

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