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Hello! I'm looking for an exceptional vocalist for an NG exclusive music track.
This will be pretty epic so I'm looking for a singer with great chops.
-Something similar to this style:
-Awesome singing chops; Intonation, good tone, etc...
-Able to read music (If not, that should be okay, but I'd prefer it if you can read music as I will be providing sheet music)
-Good quality recording equipment
As for what my music sounds like... Well unfortunately my website has been down for about 4 days now, but my YouTube is still up.
Check my YouTube channel and search for a song called "Soliloquy" within my channel. This will be similar to what I'm planning on composing.
This track I'm working on will first be featured on NG and will be heard by many! Also, I will share it on my website and my YouTube which reports heavy website traffic everyday.
I do have a deadline though which is sometime during the first week of February.
If you are interested please share some of your work in this topic by replying or you can even send me a PM!
My Skype contact information can be found on my profile as well if you are interested in contacting me there.
At 1/6/13 12:53 AM, deadlyfishes wrote: Hello! I'm looking for an exceptional female vocalist for an NG exclusive music track.
I'm willing to do vocals, but if this is for the Splendour contest, bear in mind that I am working on my own entry as well. Letters from the Journey to Stonyhurst has vocal layers, so you'd best be warned.
At 1/6/13 03:45 AM, TroisNyxEtienne wrote:At 1/6/13 12:53 AM, deadlyfishes wrote: Hello! I'm looking for an exceptional female vocalist for an NG exclusive music track.I'm willing to do vocals, but if this is for the Splendour contest, bear in mind that I am working on my own entry as well. Letters from the Journey to Stonyhurst has vocal layers, so you'd best be warned.
It's a small and simple part, nothing too big and it's not the focus of the piece as a whole.
We'll talk outside of this topic as well :)
Anyone else interested?