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  1. 13 Apr '08 19:55
    i could have sworn i made another thread just like this but it either got deleted or something was wrong w/ my computer when i posted it. i was jw if anybody here knew how to pig squeal and/or bree. i can inhale but i cant exhale when i do it. i would like to learn to exhale because i heard it sounds better and i have seen for myself that exhaling is great for making deeper sounds and inhaling makes high pitched sounds; if anyone here can exhale-bree i would like to learn how if you want to help me.
  2. 13 Apr '08 21:53
    Originally posted by EcstremeVenom
    i could have sworn i made another thread just like this but it either got deleted or something was wrong w/ my computer when i posted it. i was jw if anybody here knew how to pig squeal and/or bree. i can inhale but i cant exhale when i do it. i would like to learn to exhale because i heard it sounds better and i have seen for myself that exhaling is g ...[text shortened]... pitched sounds; if anyone here can exhale-bree i would like to learn how if you want to help me.
    I'd never head of it. I don't listen to pop music. However, in finding out what it is, I came across this:
    http://www.wikihow.com/Pig-Squeal-(Bree)

    Mostly about "inhale", but with some tips on "exhale".

    Hope it helps.
  3. 13 Apr '08 22:20 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by ThinkOfOne
    I'd never head of it. I don't listen to pop music. However, in finding out what it is, I came across this:
    http://www.wikihow.com/Pig-Squeal-(Bree)

    Mostly about "inhale", but with some tips on "exhale".

    Hope it helps.
    its used mostly in death metal and also recently in that emo stuff but i dont listen to that
    edit: i shouldve mentioned im not a beginner at this, i know how to do it; i just wanna get better. that was kinda for beginners n i knew all of that
  4. 13 Apr '08 22:30
    Originally posted by EcstremeVenom
    its used mostly in death metal and also recently in that emo stuff but i dont listen to that
    The wikihow article mentioned "grindcore and metal" and "grind and deathcore", so I just summed it up with "pop".

    Is any of it useful?
  5. 13 Apr '08 22:51
    Originally posted by ThinkOfOne
    The wikihow article mentioned "grindcore and metal" and "grind and deathcore", so I just summed it up with "pop".

    Is any of it useful?
    not really it kinda stemmed off into the whole "inhale vs. exhale" argument. im not sure an exhale even exists. people normally say they cant do it n theyve been trying to for years
  6. 13 Apr '08 22:56
    Originally posted by EcstremeVenom
    not really it kinda stemmed off into the whole "inhale vs. exhale" argument. im not sure an exhale even exists. people normally say they cant do it n theyve been trying to for years
    Did you miss this part?

    "its very possible to do it breathing out. but unlike the inhale it must be done with a mic and over music. when makin a deep growl at you next band practice make a hard "R" sound and you will be amazed at the high pitch yell that comes out."
  7. 13 Apr '08 23:01
    Originally posted by ThinkOfOne
    Did you miss this part?

    "its very possible to do it breathing out. but unlike the inhale it must be done with a mic and over music. when makin a deep growl at you next band practice make a hard "R" sound and you will be amazed at the high pitch yell that comes out."
    i got that part and im still trying to do it but im not sure if i can achieve it.
  8. Standard member Iron Monkey
    Primal Primate
    15 Apr '08 01:51 / 1 edit
    once you get the squealing down, you could try this: http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Cool-Popping-Noise-With-Three-Fingers-and-Your-Cheek