Here's the studio for team @smartcutecandy!
Welcome to Imperfect Voices, a singing competition created by @Candylanguagegirl.
Want more info? Want to join? Please go to this project: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/143727861/
TEAM MEMBERS: Please see bottom of description for links I would like you to read, and ASSIGNMENTS.
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Hi! I'm Candy, the third team leader of Imperfect Voices. You can call me Candy or Evie. (No one ever really calls me that but I wanted to have a different nickname than Candylanguagegirl. XD) My favorite song changes at any random moment so I really don't know what it is.
Do I Like Singing?
I don't know. I might be good, but I'm too nervous to record myself singing and put it on Scratch so I'll probably never know. I did find out I'm an Alto though, but that's no shocker for me. XD
I will be using this studio to organize all of my team members for Imperfect Voices. Feel free to chat about whatever here. (Seriously, talk about anything. Fandoms, music, food, homework, etc.) If you're on my team, you'll get an invite. :)
@tigerz123 (wide range)
@littlera_of_sunshine (wide range)
1. Find your vocal range using this link: https://www.successfulsinging.com/learn-to-sing/find-vocal-range/ (If you're still stuck, I can try to help you a little.)
2. Choose a song that's out of your range, and tell me what it is.
3. Remix Round 1 of IV, and sing!
Readings and Tips:
(These are the same as the comments I posted, but I wanted to put them here too.)
#1: Practice singing A LOT. Try the song "Do Re Mi" from the Sound of Music. It's a great song to practice with. (If you've never heard it, look it up. It's really good.)
#2: Trying breathing from your belly. I know this sounds weird, but try breathing from your belly, not your chest when you sing. It creates a better sound. To be sure you are breathing properly, put your hand on your belly and try to push it out with your belly expanding it as you inhale.
#3: Discover your range. Your voice cracks because you're singing too low, or too high for your range. Find out how low and how high you can go, and sing songs in that range. (Disney songs have lots of varying range, so those are great to practice with.)
#4: WATER. Drink lots of water! You sound awful if you're dehydrated. Tea with honey is also a great thing to drink if water's too bland.
Here are the links to some good articles on singing: http://www.wikihow.com/Become-a-Better-Singer http://www.wikihow.com/Improve-Your-Singing-Voice-Without-Taking-Singing-Lessons