David Snyder beat me to it. I was going to point you to Tom Waits as well.

Good singer is a relative concept.

To address your question.

Obviously the vocaloid community is getting better all the time.

Another tried and true solution is to find someone else who is willing to sing the song. Ask a friend.

Also.... Work on your own abilities. Most folks can manage to sing well enough for rock and roll. Practice, maybe get a vocal coach, and sing.

One of those things should work for you.

In all fairness, there are some people who simply can not, and will not ever be able to sing well enough for anything. If you are one of those.... You will have to team up with someone who can. I worked with a cowriter who is definitely in that category. She writes brilliantly but it's fingernails on a chalkboard when she tries to sing. She knows what she is good at and what she's not and works with others who have stronger vocal abilities. That's how you accomplish the impossible.

To hear one of the songs she wrote.... Hit my link.... My music.... And scroll down to In a world without you. It's #20 on the list if i recall. She reached out to 2 people who helped put the song together. Myself and a really talented female singer.


Edited by Guitarhacker (01/15/22 06:01 AM)
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