I'm new here. I'm here almost every single day from TRP 2.0 (2015 I guess) but registed today 'cause previously I thought that the forum isn't for free. My question is: What's wrong and what's good in my vocal on this song (I will add it today) and how to be more chesty 'cause I don't know if it sounds like chest voice, mix or raspy falsetto. Also what's the highest full note I sang?' I think it's B♭4 but I'm not sure.
Your breathing seems a bit erratic, and it makes your singing unstable. I'd recommend doing some reading up on diaphragmatic breathing and steady flow of air when singing. There are a lot of good videos on that subject available on Youtube. I don't think needing to be more chesty is the problem here at all. There wasn't very much headiness to your tone to my ear. Using a headier tone to avoid pulling so much chest would actually be benficial. You might be confusing chestiness with plain old resonance, and developing strong breath support will 100% help improve that and make your tone fuller, stronger and more resonant. The highest note I'd count there is probably like A4/B♭4. Anything higher than that was very uncontrolled-sounding. But I'd focus on getting a good tone in the mid-range for now, and then branch into progressively higher/lower territory once you have that solidly down. In general, I'd suggest being careful though. I'm not sure if it was physically painful or difficult to sing that way, but it sounds like it could be potentially harmful. That distortion sounded really throat-shredding. Hope this doesn't sound too downbeat, but you don't want to give yourself nodules, and sketchy distortion technique brings a big risk of that.
Thank you so much Clem. You're right. I'll work on my breathing. My distortion is bad too 'cause I don't know how to do it in the good way. I wanted something like Michael Bolton in Rocky Mountain Way or Andy Biersack kind of sound. Also G4-B♭4 is kinda new for me. I usually stay in C#2-D4 'cause it's more comfortable and natural. So... people don't belive that's me because of my speaking voice which is natural in C2-A2 range when I speak without yelling. Do you think it may be a factor of not being able to sing well in low tenor/high baritone range without wierd and overly bright sound?