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Finish the Endless Setlist 2 in World Tour on Expert

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Aeris GainzbrahAeris Gainzbrah367,698
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The likes of Visions make this incredibly difficult for some on Guitar, Drums and even Bass.

My advice to those falling under this category would be to go for vocals. Expert Vocals is surprisingly easy. Anyone can get through any song on vocals, all it takes is working out the correct pitch. Everyone can hit it and once you have it, it's a breeze.
Don't be put off if you fail a song quickly. Just retry until you know what it needs.

If you find yourself struggling to hit low notes, sing really high. And vice versa if you struggle with high notes, try going low. Having to match 'Pitch' is quite a misleading way to word it, as you do not have to follow the scale in terms of low - > high to hit the notes represented on there. I hope that all makes sense.

Vocals is also a strange one in that the difficulties of the songs are not accurate for everyone and so it is difficult to warn of songs that may cause problems. Just go with it and you'll soon pick it up.

Have fun!
Chakaal StarrThis solution worked for me. I don't have any craving to sing 6 hours of songs again anytime soon though.

Keep a glass of water near you. I found that the song that gave me the most trouble were That's what you get by Paramore. Next hardest were Alanis Morisette song, Trees by Rush, and Spoonman.
Posted by Chakaal Starr on 15 Mar 10 at 20:51
RengraveI have not tried the endless setlist with vocals, but I have found that whistling the melody is easier than trying to sing the lyrics. If you are decently accurate with whistling, try it out.
Posted by Rengrave on 27 Jun 10 at 15:32
conmaccaif you fail can you abandon the gig then come back to it and continue another time?
Posted by conmacca on 30 Oct 10 at 18:09
Aeris GainzbrahNope, it has to be done in one session - without backing out/turning off or anything!
Posted by Aeris Gainzbrah on 30 Oct 10 at 18:10
Wannabe Actuaryvocals is definitely doable by anyone. I'm a terrible singer (couldn't carry a tune in a bag), but I managed to do expert vocals and finish it. only 4 songs gave me trouble (Beck, Billy Idol, Guns 'N Roses, and Spoonman).

Oddly I had no trouble with the so called "hard" vocal songs that most mention.
Thanks for the approach on this though, took 2 years and 2 months, but now the game is complete.
Posted by Wannabe Actuary on 21 Dec 10 at 14:05
MMMDII did this on vocals, and apparently, Chakaal Starr and I have very similar voices. Paramore failed me out three or four times, while Soundgarden failed me out five or six times. I didn't have a problem with Alanis, and I did finish both Rush and Guns 'N Roses first try (though they were by no means 4 or 5 star performances).

It's fitting that the last song in the setlist is Painkiller, and the last word you get to scream when wrapping this up is "PAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!"
Posted by MMMDI on 05 May 12 at 18:25
Octobot SuperI agree with the difficulties being inaccurate. I think they rate the songs on the assumption that you're going to try to sing EXACTLY LIKE THE VOCALIST. But when you start doing whatever it takes to hit the notes (going up / down in octaves, humming, whistling, etc.), the so called difficult songs might just become really easy.

However, I just sing everything in falsetto, and even though it sounds horrible and makes everyone else in the house want to kill me, it's much easier to hit the notes this way than in my regular singing voice.
Posted by Octobot Super on 13 Jul 12 at 12:48