View Full Version : My Immortal (Skye's Ghetto Version)
It's ghetto because I just got my mic, sung the song, tried putting a filter on the voice to make it sound less crappy and then pasted it together with an instrumental. Sad part is, that this is one of my more decent attempts at singing this god-damned song.
Anyways...listen :p It's one of my first mixing vocal with music things :p.
My Immortal (Ghetto Version) (http://www.tribehaven.org/junk/Skye%20-%20My%20Immortal%20(Ghetto%20Version).mp3) (1.4 MB) (Just the first verse and chorus)
07-01-2004, 06:00 PM
That was nice, you have a good voice though near the end it gets just a bit loud but it was still really good.
Also I'm not sure what you said but one line sounded wrong and it should be "Suppressed by all my childish fears"
Haha I screwed the words up x.x I knew it! *listens to clip again* Yeah...I think I said...Carresed or something like that. Go figure. That's what you get with the Ghetto Version ^^.
07-01-2004, 10:13 PM
The timing was a bit off, but the voice wasn't bad at all! I loved the power you put behind the chorus- very awesome. I wish the 1st verse had been a little more audible, though. :(
You couldn't hear it? Hmm...I thought it was sorta on the loud side...but maybe it's my microphones x.x Hrmm...
Yeah timing and myself...we need to work something out. Because that seems to be the hardest part for me. Trying to stick it in the right place.
07-07-2004, 12:22 AM
I agree on it being a god damn song =)
I find it very hard to sing, and I tend to get
strained...which I noticed you sounded too.
Apart from the timing, it sounds good. You
have a nice voice! How about a longer clip? =)
07-07-2004, 02:33 PM
This song was Awful, are you related to William Hung? Seriously, you were never on key at any one point in the song.
Sadpuppy- Hah you flatter me x.x I think I might do this over properly instead of the 3 minute mixing job I did on it x.x I don't know about the whole song though -.- My poor voice can't do the Amy Lee thing for a long time.
HyperEvil- Nope I'm not related to William Hung ^^;;;. No accent you see? (except for like this Miami-ish thing x.x but he's from California I think...right?) On the matter that I wasn't on key for any point of the song, well, that could be debated.
07-08-2004, 03:16 AM
Relax, Skye. :) Your interpretation of the song fit well with the background music. There was only one place I thought that you might have been off. It wasn't bad or long. :)
The mixing was good. The vocal stayed in rhythm with the song, and did not feel choppy at all. It was also obvious that your microphone quality was not that of the original recording artist (which I am not disrespecting you, the artist, or the song). The only thing that I think you should work on is...
...well, the next part of the song. :P lol
Seriously, my only recommendations are, 'that one note' (if you even want to bother with it), and turning down the background track volume. Hearing you was not as easy as I would have liked (but that's me). Again, finish the song if you want to. :wink:
All-in-all, good job. I'd like to hear more from you in the future. 8)
Evil Guru Dood
07-08-2004, 03:44 AM
OMG YOU SOUND LIKE THAT KID NEXT DOOR!!!! (The show on Cartoon Network...)
Aside from the whole BGM too loud or you too low, it was well done. You were off time yet on time during the chorus (like Amy Lee gets when she's life) because you were so emotionally into the song (also like Amy...). Oh, thanks for bringing back memories of that awesome concert... Bwuahahaha...
08-09-2004, 01:27 AM
I liked it! It is a hard song to sing...
The timing was a tiny bit off, but other than that I like it! Very good!
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