who sings i am titanium?

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Answered: Titanium

Titanium is stronger than steel and aluminum

Answered: The singing ability?

Learning to Sing & Overcome Fear I think that there are many people who are able to just sing very well from the beginning. It definitely can be a natural gift to just sing well without a lot of practice. On the other hand, I believe most people can learn to sing well with the right training and ...

Answered: Will a "brush effect", ie. matt effect, on titanium rings wear off?

I can add to what brosen said the fact that this type of finishing is favored in titanium jewelry in order to maintain the myth that titanium doesn't scratches. In fact, it does, though the scratches are minimal and hardly noticeable, especially with a brush finish. This wouldn't be the case if a ...

Answered: Singing

They say that practice makes perfect, maybe that can help you. Why not try to practice using magicsing or try learning new techniques with voice coaches.
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Is it possible to learn singing without the live instructor? Are there

Yes, but I believe you can only get so far. CD and DVD can't ever know you, your range, needs and goals. How can a prerecorded lesson individualize your lessons. Everyone has different goals, needs and are at different vocal levels: beginning, intermediate or advanced. Many students have fears to ...

Posture and singing

Good posture Helps you to Keep gooooood ballance and a better vocal range. thnks james

Who is the male country singer who sings dear momma

You can get it from <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dear_Mama">here </a> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dear_Mama

Breathing and Singing?

Well im not sure If you are breathing from your diaphram or not but it may be along those lines. It would be best to learn some diaphragm breathing exercises on the internet to hely you with your breathing. Also try to focus on how a singer pronunces the words on higher notes to help with timing ...