TITANIC (My Heart Will Go On)

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TITANIC (My Heart Will Go On)

Post by Yu Xiang Kelvin on Fri Aug 29, 2014 9:06 am

Once upon a time, a certain Dylan Collins said I should sing Celine Dion songs just because my range allowed it.

So I attempted the famous song from the movie Titanic, "My Heart Will Go On"... and immediately regretted it. My throat has sunk and along with it, my voice box.

But here you go, I hope you'll enjoy my humble cover!

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Post by Yu Xiang Kelvin on Fri Aug 29, 2014 9:09 am

By the way, if anyone has any tips on how to look less stupid when singing, I'd appreciate that. xD <3

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Post by ValkyrieCeles on Mon Sep 01, 2014 1:03 am

Dylan is a genius, because this was lovely~

I...don't really have many notes on this! Your tone was beautiful on this; so pure and lilty AND pretty. I'd just watch out for diction errors: the 2 that stood out the most were :My heart will go ond and on" instead of 'on and on" and 'dat...the heart" I think it was instead of "that the" so just those Th, t sounds be sure to pronounce. Also at the end, you went up all soft like for the power belts, and it worked but don't be afraid to push out those notes and really go for it to add to that dynamic flare!

Awesome job!
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Post by RickBK on Sat Sep 06, 2014 6:25 pm

Lovely!

I just wanna ask one thing, have you ever tried singing with your chest voice whenever you're on those low notes? There were a couple of parts here were you seem to lack air in reaching the low notes probably because you're doing falsetto and I suggest that instead of doing falsetto on the low notes, use your chest voice.

Anyway, I love this. I love your tone and the softness of you voice. Your vibrato's fantastic. And yeah, great cover for such a hard song. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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Post by Javastorm on Mon Sep 08, 2014 9:23 pm

This was really lovely, it reminded of the way Celtic Woman do covers of songs like this- really delicate and a clear ring to the head voice.
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Re: TITANIC (My Heart Will Go On)

Post by Yu Xiang Kelvin on Sat Sep 20, 2014 4:04 am

Valky -  Aww, thank you so much valky!! Yes, I've been trying so hard to improve my pronunciation/enunciation/diction!! I'll keep trying! Very Happy And thanks for the encouraging words ^^

Ricky - Yeah, unfortunately lower notes are not my forte thanks to my awkward falsetto range T-T The problem with my chest voice is the gap between my highest chest voice note and the lowest falsetto note which doesn't quite allow me to switch easily T_T I'll keep working on that chest voice tho!! I wish to be able to sing in it one day ^O^

Java - thank you so much Smile I'm very happy you like it!

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