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skyfall by Adele Cover sung by ellise
June 25, 2016
2:51 am
Melbourne Australia
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October 7, 2016
1:06 am
Felipe Carvalho
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I like it ellise, lots of passion, very pleasant.

If there is something to improve here it would be singing a little bit less (more dynamics and more pauses), and perhaps using some of the details on the phrasing.

Notice for example how she does the chorus, you are opening and going strong all the way, which is nice, but it breaks a bit of the tension. On the conclusion "and face the odds, together" there is a detail on the rhythm that makes a huge difference that you did not use.

Great work!


Felipe Carvalho
Singer and Voice Teacher in Brasil - São Paulo

October 7, 2016
2:33 pm
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I liked it and I think your singing is very good. If I had one thing to say that struck me as a possible improvement it would be on the chorus. I'm not sure if it is too strong or if one line is too weak. I'll explain:
You seem to be singing the chorus strong but in the middle where it says "stand tall" that part doesn't match and comes off (to me) a bit weak on the word tall. Because of the strength of the rest of it that weaker part stands out more to my ears. But of course these are only minor/possible improvement notes. If you sang that out somewhere I'm sure everyone would love it Smile

I thought it was very good. My point is just a small one.

If I can get a little more nit picky, I would like a better recording with less reverb so I can appreciate your voice/tone more. It sounds like your singing in a big empty room and the ambiance is way too much ( for me). That's just my opinion. I don't know if it's the room your in or an added mixing effect you added. Your voice is nice and I'd like to hear more "you!"


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