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*beats The Mobian with a My Little Pony doll*

Congrats on graduating nonetheless! Whenever it was you did it.

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*beats The Mobian with a My Little Pony doll*

That just seems...
Wrong.

Oh well, back to school.
I actually like mine a lot and am going to miss it when I go. And not just because of my friends, but the teachers, the goofy layout, everything.

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*Flys through window at mach 10*
ITS BUMBLEKING HOUSEPETS TIME!!!
ow, ouch, yow, stupid glass...

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Where did you get your super powers?!
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and let you guys all beat me down with a dead horse.

Do we each need a dead horse or are we sharing one?

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I dunno how I feel about sharing a dead horse with you people.

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Lousy fox keeping all the goodies for himself!

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That's scavengers for ya!

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Sleet wrote:
*beats The Mobian with a My Little Pony doll*

But... But... Friendship is MAGIC :cry:
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Congrats on graduating nonetheless! Whenever it was you did it.

This year. I'm now going into my first winter of no school since I was but a wee little child. Man it feels good!
...now to find a job...
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*Flys through window at mach 10*
ITS BUMBLEKING HOUSEPETS TIME!!!
ow, ouch, yow, stupid glass...

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Where did you get your super powers?!
tell me...

But of course. I called upon the mighty powers of the almighty Ian Flyyn (misspelling intentional), and he replyed by sending me a profit in the form of "Dub", King of the Nerbs. He then blessed me with his Royal Off-Panel and sent me and the Speedy detective on a quest to retrieve the Golden Pineapple from the clutches of the Yetti! After scalling Mt. Everest and beating down the Yetti with nothing but a stick made of Fanta bottles. I retrieved the Golden Pineapple and brought it back to the Nerb King Dub, who then "dubed" me Mr. Fanta-stick and I was gifted with the power to direct attention to myself by flying through random windows at Mach 10 screaming profanities.

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So, I am thinking of auditioning for my school's play, I dunno, I'd just have a lot of fun with it.

In other news, I love my English class

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That's scavengers for ya!

What else could I do! But ew, germs sharing with you people. Nope.

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So, I am thinking of auditioning for my school's play, I dunno, I'd just have a lot of fun with it.


Then do it. Why not?

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Because its a musical.

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Well regardless if you think it'll be fun try it. Can't hurt.

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Its actually because of my narrow vocal range, I don't think I would be very good for it

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Sing along with music in your car. It really helps stretch your range.

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drink chemicals until you get super vocal powers!

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I always wanted to at least audition for the school musical but every time auditions came around I never found out about them until like, two days after they'd happened when they started recruiting the backstage crew. I got on that a couple of times. It was fun and the musical was good even from inside a giant steel frame made out to look like a skyline from one side and a church window from another (oh gosh...spinning that thing...horrible...).

EDIT: Ooh! Won't get a chance to say this for another year. Today is national "R U OK?" day here in Australia when we're encouraged to ask friends and family if they're okay to help people with depression that goes unnoticed.

So, Housepets! forum people, are you okay? :)

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Sing along with music in your car. It really helps stretch your range.


This is true. I was in the school's chorus for three years, and for the two years between middle school and not having a license, I lost a lot of my vocal range. Now because I sing in my car almost every time I drive, I gained a lot of my range back.

*Hugs Nyaliva* TWLOHA day was this week as well. :3

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While singing in the car can certainly be helpful, if you don't have much experience singing, I'd recommend against just belting as loudly as you can. You'll just blow your voice out that way and won't have any voice left to actually practice. Practice singing as softly as you can, making sure you're hitting the notes properly; the power will come much more easily once you've learned to control your voice in that range.

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Sleet wrote:
Sing along with music in your car. It really helps stretch your range.


This is true. I was in the school's chorus for three years, and for the two years between middle school and not having a license, I lost a lot of my vocal range. Now because I sing in my car almost every time I drive, I gained a lot of my range back.

*Hugs Nyaliva* TWLOHA day was this week as well. :3

*Hugs Beagle back* Oh cool, I didn't know that. It's good how they put them around the same time, helps people on forums like this get more involved with others around the world.

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While singing in the car can certainly be helpful, if you don't have much experience singing, I'd recommend against just belting as loudly as you can. You'll just blow your voice out that way and won't have any voice left to actually practice. Practice singing as softly as you can, making sure you're hitting the notes properly; the power will come much more easily once you've learned to control your voice in that range.


This is true as well, except do try to sing just a little bit louder when hitting higher notes, if you have a deeper voice. As a true alto, I know I can't hit hardly anything unless I sing a little bit louder. I don't know how sopranos or middle altos fair though, so it might be different.

Yeah, it's pretty cool how we can all help people in different parts of the world at the same time, isn't it, Ny? *high fives*

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While singing in the car can certainly be helpful, if you don't have much experience singing, I'd recommend against just belting as loudly as you can. You'll just blow your voice out that way and won't have any voice left to actually practice. Practice singing as softly as you can, making sure you're hitting the notes properly; the power will come much more easily once you've learned to control your voice in that range.


This is true as well, except do try to sing just a little bit louder when hitting higher notes, if you have a deeper voice. As a true alto, I know I can't hit hardly anything unless I sing a little bit louder. I don't know how sopranos or middle altos fair though, so it might be different.

Yeah, it's pretty cool how we can all help people in different parts of the world at the same time, isn't it, Ny? *high fives*

That's because there's never a good time to take your own life. So we have to work hard to make sure nobody does. :3

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KJOokami wrote:
While singing in the car can certainly be helpful, if you don't have much experience singing, I'd recommend against just belting as loudly as you can. You'll just blow your voice out that way and won't have any voice left to actually practice. Practice singing as softly as you can, making sure you're hitting the notes properly; the power will come much more easily once you've learned to control your voice in that range.


Nice point out there KJOokami.
Though I've been singing all my life and it doesn't really apply to me, it is best to start singing really softly and focus in on improving the minor basics. Though as you improve, your going to eventually have to learn to belt out your lyrics. A song needs to have a certain tone of energy to it, whether its a slow song of a fast song, and belting out your lyrics is what really gives it that energy, especially when your singing it live.
One of the best examples of this is to listen to one of Owl City's old songs, and then switch over to one of his new songs. In the older songs he was singing much more scilently, and refraining from using his voice to its full potential. But as he went on, he began putting a little more umph into his lyrics, and really belting them out over time. In the end he still retains his same voice and the same sound, but theres so much more life in his newer songs now.

Old Owl City song:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyvCH26xQ0c&feature=related
New Owl City song:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7KMRBoqQUg

Hear the difference?

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Nyaliva wrote:

So, Housepets! forum people, are you okay? :)

Well I'm a bit sleep deprived but overall yeah.
And in the spirit of the day I hope Australia is treating you well and you are at the very least ok good sir.

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I'm feelin' a little sad at the moment but I'm more than okay enough. :3

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I am trying to restrain myself from destroying my brother's Jeep. He is a moron, so it could be pretty easy.

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I'm very, very tired, and I still have work and taekwondo and probably some homework to do before I can rest.

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I am trying to restrain myself from destroying my brother's Jeep. He is a moron, so it could be pretty easy.
...I feel sorry for brothers car :mrgreen: :lol:

Im pretty okay, cant complain :)

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Oh, don't feel bad for the car, He and his stuff will deserve anything I do to them.

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But... The car didn't do anything wrong, right?

Oh well. It's not like it has feelings or anything.

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Though as you improve, your going to eventually have to learn to belt out your lyrics. A song needs to have a certain tone of energy to it, whether its a slow song of a fast song, and belting out your lyrics is what really gives it that energy, especially when your singing it live.

Oh, absolutely. I didn't mean to imply you should never go all out and belt for real. Depending on the song, that's actually the best way to go; just hit the notes as hard as you can.

I just meant that when it comes to getting your voice properly warmed up and working to extend your range (especially for Broadway-esque musical numbers), you're just gonna wear your voice out if you try to belt all of the high notes. The trick is finding a nice blend between the two, that being your mixed register, but it's a lot less strenuous on the vocal chords to start softly and work the power into your voice as you go than if you try to belt it and then pull back. That's why rock concerts are so bad for your voice; since everything is so loud, you end up screaming the vocals as loudly as you can without realizing it. The same thing happens in a car if you just pump up the volume and belt your lungs out.

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Hear the difference?

Whoa. I have never heard him sound like that before. He actually sounded like a completely different person on a few of those notes in the chorus. He's always been more about the reserved, feel-good type music where the vocals don't need to be particularly strong, but he even had a little of that rockstar gruffness to his voice in the second song.

I may have to check out more of his new stuff.

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This is true as well, except do try to sing just a little bit louder when hitting higher notes, if you have a deeper voice. As a true alto, I know I can't hit hardly anything unless I sing a little bit louder. I don't know how sopranos or middle altos fair though, so it might be different.

The trick is to blend your head voice with your chest voice to get a lighter sound on the higher notes. I know for me, personally, when I do my scales on the piano to warm up I usually can't get past an E4 before my voice starts getting gravelly and cracking, and it takes a lot of effort to boot. But when I take the notes softer to start, I can easily get up to the G4 with little to no strain whatsoever. Then once my voice is warmed up and I've sufficiently hit all of the notes softly I can revisit them and add some resonance to them, and that's what really gets the sound to project.

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Nyaliva wrote:
So, Housepets! forum people, are you okay? :)

Well I'm a bit sleep deprived but overall yeah.
And in the spirit of the day I hope Australia is treating you well and you are at the very least ok good sir.

I'm very well, thanks Seth! The weather's pretty good at the moment, the perfect transition point between the cold end of spring and the warm end. And I just finished a big block of assessment so I'm feeling a nice release (I'm in the middle of the semester atm).
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I'm feelin' a little sad at the moment but I'm more than okay enough. :3
Aww, don't be sad Sleet! I want to ask why but I don't want to pry... :S I suppose a hug will have to do. :D *Hugs Sleet*
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I am trying to restrain myself from destroying my brother's Jeep. He is a moron, so it could be pretty easy.
That's...good? :S Just don't hurt anyone, although from what I've read, you wouldn't want to do this without a good reason.
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I'm very, very tired, and I still have work and taekwondo and probably some homework to do before I can rest.
That sucks. The best thing I find is acting on one thing at a time and trusting that time will move on. ;) Also, NO ENERGY DRINKS! They're mildly stimulating physically but do nothing for improving mental performance and frankly, the amount of sugar isn't worth the small amount of stimulants.
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That's good! :) Be sure to let me know if things get bad though. That applies to everyone, it's probably just the day but I'm super fired up about helping people! :D

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Complanin' bout' school eh?
Well, I guess I COULD complain along with you all, but insted, I'm just going to say "haha I'm graduated!" and let you guys all beat me down with a dead horse.


I graduated back in June! I like your avatar too! *High Five*

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They need to make weekend 1 day longer. There's always too much fun stuff going on and too little time to do it :cry:

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Hey guys, I got the option to get a class ring from school as its my senior year, should I? If I do, my cap and gown are free. Also, I'm trying to think of a senior quote, any ideas?

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Get a class ring they're pretty cool. I mean you only graduate once might as well go all out.

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Hey guys, I got the option to get a class ring from school as its my senior year, should I? If I do, my cap and gown are free. Also, I'm trying to think of a senior quote, any ideas?

Normally, I'd say it's pointless. However, if you're getting your cap and gown with it for free, go for it, man.

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Get a class ring if the class ring costs less than the cap and gown combined.

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Well, its $50 down on the ring, and the price of the ring will vary

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Buy the cheapest ring? If it costs less than the cap and gown I mean... Save money.


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