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May 27, 2013 | 11:56 AM EDT
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6.7 MB
5 min 50 sec
4.58 / 5.00

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Voice Acting - A Capella

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took some advice and improved my recording technique. This was performed originally by my group Choral Stimulation in 2012



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

You sound really great but there's a lack of energy in your voice, you've got all the rhythms, pitches, dynamics (though a bit more dynamic contrast couldn't hurt), etc. down well. However, you have to remember this is James Bond, an exciting spy movie that carries a lot of energy and even intensity behind it, even in the softer places. Just really make sure you're feeling the meaning of the lyrics and the message of the music when singing and you'll be shocked at how much of a difference you'll see. Don't get me wrong, you sound phenomenal! But you have so much potential that you could tap into yet. Keep up the good work.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow, I've heard plenty of acapella in my day but you sounded truly astounding in this. The way you sang this was extremely passionate especially at the chorus. It still had that James Bond feel to it and its astounding how well executed this was. The lyrics were very crisp and the chords in the background were well done.

I Sincerely hope to hear more of your work.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

A vast improvement from the last time -- the vocals are cleaner than the last two songs I reviewed. In most cases, the melody stands out, which is great! There are one or two off notes, but it really didn't detract from my enjoyment of the songs. The chords in the back are very well executed, and you've also got a soulful manner of singing which is fleshed out a lot more than the two pieces I've last heard.

Might I say, everytime the chorus (that part that begins with "Let the sky fall") kicks in, I feel a tug at my heartstrings. This piece started with a rather typical James Bond-ish feel, but then took a rather emotional turn, which I enjoyed very, very much.