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Introduce Yourself / Re: New here
« Last post by dHuGo on January 26, 2019, 04:12:07 AM »
Hi Hans, me too.  :)
Where are you from?
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... nice try, I like it - really - "singing" - what an idea ...  8)
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You are singing from your throat rather than from your diaphragm. Rummage around YouTube, and I am sure that you will find some voice coaching instruction to fix it.

Not only will you fix the coughing problem, but you will sound much better.

Read this, that will help you develop singing skills without a teacher:

* viral link deleted
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Introduce Yourself / New here
« Last post by xTheJokerx on January 25, 2019, 10:48:39 PM »
Hello everyone.
My name is Hans. I am 25 from Germany.
I am happy to be here :)
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Hi, I normally steer clear of singing but recently have been trying to improve.. but when I sing I tend to some how agitate my voicebox so much it makes me cough quite violently.. it feels like my vocal chords get tangled! has anyone else experienced this or could offer advice on a cure?! Its not health related as I dont cough normally at the moment
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Introduce Yourself / Welcome aboard xTheJokerx
« Last post by New Member has Joined on January 25, 2019, 08:07:32 PM »
Welcome xTheJokerx
Please tell us more about yourself in this post.

Enjoy our forum... ;)

The forum team
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Introduce Yourself / Welcome aboard Osteomb
« Last post by New Member has Joined on January 25, 2019, 07:37:21 AM »
Welcome Osteomb
Please tell us more about yourself in this post.

Enjoy our forum... ;)

The forum team
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Introduce Yourself / Welcome aboard GoodVibesOnly
« Last post by New Member has Joined on January 24, 2019, 03:42:29 PM »
Welcome GoodVibesOnly
Please tell us more about yourself in this post.

Enjoy our forum... ;)

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Doumbek Advice, Tips Questions & Lessons / Re: Training / Practice plan
« Last post by dHuGo on January 24, 2019, 04:55:51 AM »
...aaah,  I see ... you're not familiar with latin rhythms...

| a -  - cabal - lo - | a - - cabal - lo - |

We play

|Slap - - slapSlap - Tone - |

on Congas or Bongos

... and now Karachi:

|T--kT-D-|

This pattern came from Andalusia with conquistadors.

And it is common in African rhythms too. - Cuban rhythm Conga uses the pattern, but changes the sounds.

... and now Ayoub:

|D--kD-T-|

I'd bet a million, that you just know those patterns ... and some related variations and fills. - Adapt those stuff for your new drum. It increases your repertoire up to 1001%!!!

 ;) ;D

I actually learned a lot adapting Conga stuff for Darbuka (as technical exercises). It helped me to do nice sounds and be fluent while increasing the speed.
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Doumbek Advice, Tips Questions & Lessons / Re: Training / Practice plan
« Last post by bsfloyd on January 23, 2019, 04:51:26 PM »
Ha ha - my Spanish is not very good at all so I had to look it up - a caballo=“on horseback”.... (ok, that cant be it).  Next definition is “halfway” or “in between”.  Ah, this makes more sense.  I’m thinking you are referring to a mix between two rhythms.  This is what I thought I was hearing towards the end but I thought this was a no-no in traditional music.  Then again, this is a fusion of two different styles so why not fuse rhythms as well ;)
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