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Hobson wrote:I thought that was really good! You have a great sense of pitch. Your rhythm is good. If that's you playing guitar at the same time, good job of keeping the singing and playing going. Your voice is expressive. If you were singing more of a classical style, I'd say it was a little nasal and you're closing your throat and you're too quick to go to the r at the end of a word. But for this style, it all works.
"I play live as playing dead is harder than it sounds!"
It also sounds like your organic voice, which I appreciate.
And, your singing uberfits the music your singing.
So, I think you did well.
I will nag you and say, that you could put some dynamics, here and there. Like, singing really quietly here, then getting a bit louder there, then going back to singing softly, et cetera.