first off, as a tenor you did a good job going down to the B2 and Bb2. You put too much of an aspirated H sound at the end of your phrases, you can do that once in a while and it sounds cool singing R&b and whatever but don't overdo it, it will get distracting. The G4 is a good attempt you can keep working with that. You need to practice with more release though, sing notes in a stronger voice as if you are calling out to someone across the street. You need to get used to singing with more energy because your breathing is not very well coordinated. When you go back to singing songs like Halo and whatever you can sing soft and lightly but during practice, sing with more energy and in a more clear, released sound as if you are commanding someone to do something.
Hi! Can someone give a few comments/criticisms on my recording? I've been trying to improve lately but have no idea where to start.
Am I supporting the g3s? Am I supporting in general? I know you probably can't tell from just one recording, but does it seem like I mezzo or a soprano? I've heard people say different things but I feel like I'm just an underdeveloped soprano.
Also, do you have any tips on mixing? Whenever I try to belt I feel constricted and my throat feels tight. Thanks!
don't worry about your voice type for now you're singing in too little of a range, but same advice as above. You have a nice timbre but you need to practice with much more energy; practice in a controlled, louder volume that you use to call out to someone across the street or to scold a kid or dog. Get your body used to that feeling of being "on the breath", because if you hold your voice back then singing high notes will be very difficult and you will feel that gripping you mentioned. Work on falsetto/head voice, only use the vowels OO and EE for falsetto/HV. Go for a clear, firm sound and just like with mixed voice, imagine you want the person across the street to hear you with your head voice. Don't hold it back or let it go airy.