How you can boost your singing score on Rock Band?
If you’re a gamer like me who loves nothing more than turning on their console and rocking out to Guitar Hero or busting some moves on Just Dance, then why not pursue your hobby and attempt a world record like me?
As a games-fanatic, you probably enjoy playing a whole range of games, from bingo online at Cheekybingo to more interactive games like Rock Band and Dance Central. I have achieved some hardcore, high scores on Rock Band including a 115,163 point score for singing Heart of Glass by Blondie as well as scoring 195,604 points for belting out I Love Rock and Roll. I want to share some of my gaming tips with you which is why I have listed a few ways you can boost your vocal score on Rock Band. And who knows – it might help you break a world record!
You can boost your score by building up your star power. When your star power level is full, make sure you activate it during a vocal-heavy part of the song. You’ll waste it by using it during the guitar solo. And remember, the longer you sing without making any mistakes, the longer the star power will stay active for.
Target your tone
Another way to boost your score is to drop consonants and focus on the vowels and the tone of your voice. Try sliding from tone to tone and see if that helps. Although it doesn’t sound quite as good when you’re singing, the system doesn’t care about that – it’s just monitoring your precision.
A few points can be missed by starting to sing a fraction too late. So next time, try singing slightly ahead of time as this will ensure the arrow is lined up with the next line you’re about to sing.
If you’re struggling with the octave of the song, rather than lose points due to poor precision, switch to a lower or higher octave. Finding a comfortable octave to sing in will make all the difference. Everyone has a ‘head voice’ and a ‘chest voice’, so learn when to use the right one.
Add volume to your vocals!
You’ll be able to hear your vocals much clearer if you go into the audio settings and increase the vocal settings. Don’t try and hide your singing underneath loud music because you won’t be able to hear if you’re in tune or not.
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