Miss A’s Vocal Analysis: Min

Vocal Range

E3 ~ G5 (2 octaves, 1 note and 1 semitone)

Supported Range

A3/Bb3 ~ A4/Bb4

Voice Type

Light Lyric Soprano

Strengths/Achievements

  • Strongest vocalist in Miss A
  • Light mix used, minimizing vocal strain
  • Best support and tone production amongst the members of Miss A
  • Voice shows good tone connection in her lower range
  • Support in the lower range is consistent down to A3
  • The only member in Miss A able to sing with different dynamics
  • Tone is present in lower range below A3 even if with instability
  • Doesn’t try to belt out of her supported range, smart vocalist

Weaknesses

  • Limited supported range
  • Falsetto is mostly used, not able to use a connected head voice
  • Nasality present throughout her range
  • Vocal runs are sloppy
  • Dynamics in the voice are still limited
  • Mixed voice is weak and larynx raises above A4/Bb4
  • Airiness present throughout her range
  • Tightness happens in her mixed range when sustaining notes
  • Falsetto is mostly weak and tight
  • Lower range becomes disconnected below A3
  • Although having the strongest support in Miss A, support is still shallow and weak

Registers

  • Lower register: Very underdeveloped in range and support. Generally weak in support but with decent connection and tone is present even below her lowest area of support, down to F#3 at least.
  • Mixed register: The mixed voice is the most balanced sounding mixed voice in Miss A, with a more even ratio of chest and head voice. The support is somewhat present, even if shallow and the placement is generally nasal. The voice becomes strained anywhere above Bb4.
  • Upper register: Not very explored but generally average in skill, a regular falsetto register. Disconnected, soft in tone and airy, but with decent control of pitch and somewhat smooth transitions.

Agility

Min as a vocalist is far from being an R&B or show offy vocalist. She generally sticks to a limited amount of range and skill and shows off more on the dancing aspect of her vocal performances. When given the chance, she shows that she isn’t one to try and sing things she isn’t capable of, such as vocal runs. When approaching vocal runs, Min sounds like a beginner who is very conscious of what she’s doing. She sings vocal runs slowly, note by note and carefully in order to hit every single note with accuracy, even if then causing the runs to become robotic and lack smoothness, such as in “Poison” and “Stuck“. When attempting faster vocal runs, however, it is possible to hear that Min lacks the proper note separation, support, muscle memory and control necessary to create smooth, accurate and faster vocal runs, such as in “Take A Bow“, “Stickwitu” and “Stuck“.

Overall analysis

Debuting as a JYP artist after years of training as a member of Miss A in 2010, Min is the perhaps best known for her personality and powerful dancing, more so than her singing. She has, however, been given more highlight as a lead vocalist of Miss A this year, as so announced in “King Of Mask Singer (복면가왕)” and “Go All The Way (끝까지 간다)”. As it so turns out, Miss A isn’t a vocally focused group and for the most part without any official main nor lead vocalists roles. As a dance group, the actual average skill of the vocalists, even including the rapper Jia, is quite close together. However, when putting each vocalist against one another, it is possible to hear differences that make Min the member of Miss A with the strongest vocal technique, even if by very little. Min’s voice may be narrow in range, but she is able to produce tone with a light bright sound and a girly voice, most notably shining with her range in a Soprano range, even if that range may still be underdeveloped.

Her lower range isn’t quite so developed but she is able to produce enough support and connect her lower range well enough to produce tone even below her supported range. Her support is mostly more stable and present when singing in a range that extends down to A3 and Bb3, such as in “Poison“, where she’s able to keep a connected sense of support and pitch without issues with keeping a legato line. Below A3 however, Min shows issues with keeping a well connected smooth legato line, with instability in tone and less present support, such as the G#3 in “Take A Bow“. Even though support below A3 isn’t present, she’s still able to carry tone below A3 with a decent amount of projection and projection, such as in “Stuck“.

In terms of her mixed voice, if compared to every other member of Miss A, Min has the strongest balance of head and chest voice muscle development in her mixed voice. Not only that, she is the only member who’s able to not only keep a stable larynx up to A4, but also is the only member who’s got an understanding of breath support. If compared to members like Fei and Suzy, their mixed voices are very head-dominant in mixing and tend to sound very soft in tone. Not only that, but they also sing with a lot airiness throughout their ranges and generally sound quite unstable with pitch, lacking a centered pitch in their voices. Member Fei actually sings with a slightly raised larynx even as low as A4, even though the strain is minimized by the lightness of her mix, whereas Suzy sings with a stable larynx and weak support, with disconnected vocal cords, airiness and instability, making her the second strongest vocalist in Miss A, after Min.

Min’s mixed voice, for a Soprano, is quite limited in range and support. She’s able to show a decent amount of support throughout her mixed voice up to A4, showing support on G#4’s such as in “Hush“, being able to phrase multiple A4’s with some support, such as in “마지막 잎새” and “다른 남자 말고 (Only You)“, or sustained A4’s such as in “8282” and “인형의 꿈“. Support is still present when hitting phrased Bb4’s, even tightness might exist in her throat, such as in “Goodbye Baby“. Min’s support however still is shallow and therefore creates a thin weak tone. She however shows an effort to try and support her voice by her tone production and quality, showing the least strain and the most stable larynx in the group. Instead of lacking support as a whole, her throat simply becomes closed and her voice small, as opposed to how Suzy sings with a bright tight high larynx sound, such as in “멍하니” and Fei with her C5 in “Troublemaker“. Even then, Min shows signs of vocal strain, a high larynx and a closed throat above Bb4, such as the B4 in “Poison” and “하나부터 열까지“, C5’s in “Hush” and “8282“, as well as the multiple Eb5’s in “I Caught Ya“.  Min however isn’t a highlighted vocalist in Miss A and the general repertoire they’re given isn’t very vocally challenging, so she is rarely required to sing above a C5, keeping her in a comfortable range but limiting her vocal growth.

Her falsetto register is often used a way to avoid mixing and is often transitioned into without many issues or sloppiness. She’s able to go back and forth between her mixed voice and falsetto in order to minimize vocal strain and does so often, such as the Eb5’s in “I Caught Ya“. Her falsetto can be transitioned into early in her range, even as low as B4, such as in “Goodbye Baby” and she has shown that she can transition and control her pitch even higher in range, however above B4 her falsetto often becomes even airier, more disconnected and tighter in sound, such as the F5’s in “마지막 잎새” and the F#5 in “이 밤의 끝을 잡고“.  With this, it is possible to hear that Min is incapable of properly using breath support alongside connected vocal cords to create a connected head voice.

Musically, Miss A’s vocalists show a lot of limitations in terms of vocal dynamics. Although Min is the one vocalist with the strongest mixed voice, she still lacks the full control of her mixed voice and voice overall to be able to create different dynamics, use proper support and resonance to create a build up in her vocal performances. As a whole, Miss A rely on dance-heavy performances and their ballad performances tend to be sung with softness, lacking power, volume and difference in tone and quality. Min’s voice is no different, as it lacks enough support and development to truly capture the full message of a song by translating its dynamic changes throughout. Her voice is generally placed in her nose, showing that she is not able to lift her soft palate nor sing with an opened throat to create a better placed voice or produce resonance.

It is important to notice that Miss A was never supposed to be a vocal group and unlike many vocalists who sing way outside their comfort ranges or supported ranges, the general repertoire Miss A sings allows the members to sing within a comfortable range that causes less strain to their vocal cords. Having said that, the general airy and unsupported sound created by the lack of effort in proper vocal training the members received under JYP Entertainment is still a desirable sound that fits the overall music quality of the group and therefore the style fits their sexy and dance-oriented image as a pop group. As the member who was trained under JYPE the longest, it is safe to assume that being trained from a young age and for more time is what allowed Min to have the best understanding of basic breath support in the group.

Musicianship

Although there may be a lack of material for Min’s own personal vocal performances, it is possible to tell that Min isn’t much of a risk taker vocally and stays within a very limited supported range and does not try to adlib through her vocal performances. Instead she shows enough satisfaction by simply carrying through a song by carefully singing the melody as accurately as possible. She is however capable of creating vocal harmonies if given the chance to, showing good sense of pitch and memory, such as in “Stickwitu“.

Rating

Weak to Average Vocalist

Vocal Range Video(s)

video by: Viet Tien

Best Vocal Performance(s)

Analyzed by Ahmin (Kitsunemale)

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87 thoughts on “Miss A’s Vocal Analysis: Min

      1. really? I thought Fei was the best and strongest, and Suzy seems to be better with higher notes that Min can’t do
        Will you do an analysis on Fei or Suzy soon?

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      2. I won’t analyze either of them at all. It’s a 4 membered group, with 1 rapper. None of the other vocalists are better than weak, unless I run out of people to analyze, there’s no need to analyze either Suzy or Fei. Suzy has been given more chances to sing higher than Min, but her tone is too head dominant, airy, high larynx and unsupported. Suzy has never been taught how to support so her voice lacks stability and a centered pitch. Fei has a high larynx above A4, again it’s all in this analysis lol I listened to them enough to figure out Min was their strongest vocalist. Suzy has been able to hit F5 in her mixed voice, but compare Suzy and Min singing Eb5’s in “I Caught Ya”, there’s a noticeable difference. Also Min could potentially sing just as high as Suzy.

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      3. lol Mins usually the rapper and Jia, so i thought if anyone from Miss A it’d be Fei. I know Suzy is weakxD
        Ahh cause they just never gave the chance for Min to go as high so i thats why i didn’t think Min was that strong for the mixed or head and Fei was more based on their comebacks i hearxD
        But it’s nice that Min is, as long as it’s not Suzy cause i don’t know how everyone think Suzy is

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      4. Mhmm? Min isn’t the rapper. She was introduced on King of Mask Singer as a lead vocalist. Jia is a rapper. Min is just not highlighted vocally, which leads many Miss A fans to think Suzy is a better vocalist. She might get higher notes but Min has slightly better technique.

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      5. lol shes a lead vocalist,rapper and main dancerxD prob most talented in Miss A. In many songs she rapped along with Jia. ahh yeah i notice, Min always sings the verses in songs

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  1. Wow this analysis came out of nowhere. You’ve been slaying the game lately Ahmin lol I didn’t necessarily think Miss A was a vocally competent group but I thought Suzy was the strongest and she was at least Above Average I didn’t know Min was on King of Mask Singer either so this is really surprising. Do you think any one the girls from Twice are vocally skilled? I hope because the newer generation of idols besides like Shannon, 15&, Wendy, Mamamoo and Maybe The vocalists of GOT7 don’t seem to be that vocally skilled compared to previous generations.

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    1. So the group is called twice? Ohhh lol I know they’re better than Miss A, I think. Not sure how much better, but not much better. GOT7 in the same list a Wendy, Mamamoo, 15& and Shannon? Oh no no. lol

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  2. Amazing analysis!
    I always thought Fei was the best among them. But thanks for correcting that.
    It would be amazing if you could do a analysis of rookie gg as a whole. Like Red Velvet, APRIL, Twice, G-friend, Lovelyz, CLC or Oh My Girl.
    I recently watched April performing a FinKL song (Ruby) and got curious about their vocal ranges.

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    1. Oh yes they’ll all be analyzed eventually but it’s too soon since they haven’t shown enough material. Check out the future projects page!

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  3. Wow, Min.
    Is this like a overall analysis for Miss A mainly Min and some Suzy Fei references or both of them will also get their own analysis?

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  4. Wow! I am saddened but surprised! First of all finding out Min is the strongest and 2nd if she’s weak to average does this mean the rest are weak? Miss A what are you doing to me? I thought you were better than that!

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    1. I think the overall average for Miss A is higher than 4Minute’s…because of Jihyun and Hyuna, they’re dragged down. T-ara has Soyeon so that helps their average go up quite a bit. Not sure about Kara. I don’t know these groups all that well vocally.

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  5. wow… min come out from nowhere. if she is the strongest then that’s mean the others is lower. i thought suzy is more stronger. aww so gayoon or min? and this is mean no suzy analysis?

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  6. This really got me by surprise. I knew that Suzy wasn’t the best vocalist. I always assumed Fei was, but dang Min get that recognition. I loved how this started as a Min analysis but subtly became an overall analysis of Miss A’s vocals. Do you have a ranking scale from best starting with Min and least most likely ending with Jia I assume in Miss A?

    Also, out of the weak to average category, who’s the best vocalist so far?

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    1. I think from what I’ve heard, Gayoon is the best out of the category, I think? I’m not sure about girls vs guys. Miss A’s ranking I think would be like Min > Suzy > Fei but it’s small details and differences. Jia I don’t know for sure.

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      1. Thanks for the response! I totally get you though after checking out their vids. They seem to be really equally matched which is sad but to be expected. Nice to know Gayoon is the best female vocal in this category though. Although being better than Min or Krystal doesn’t seem to be that much of a feat lmao.

        What about the guys? Between Younghwa, Taeyang and Changmin?

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  7. Wow I always knew Miss A didn’t really have any strong vocalists, but I thought they would at least have one average vocalist… Aghhh I really wished JYP doesn’t follow the “half air half sound technique… I really love the vocalists in Miss A’s vocal color, I just wish they were given proper training on supporting their voice and breath control. Just wondering, but how do Got7’s vocalists measure up?They seem a bit stronger than Miss A, JB’s mix doesn’t seem too bad and Youngjae (i think) has improved a bit since debut, even if it’s only been a year. As always, thank you for the great analysis!

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    1. I am not sure yet but from what I’ve heard Youngjae might be average and JB weak to average but I haven’t heard enough of them to be sure.

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      1. Thank you! That makes a lot of sense haha… Are there any JYP vocalists (besides 15&) that are above average or higher?

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      2. I am sorry but I don’t know Yugyeom, I thought it was Jr. just because I thought he was considered a potential lead vocalist.

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    1. Lowkey it was lol Because I was told that for groups where the vocal average is close by I should do a vocal analyses as a group but I didn’t know how to so I just decided to analyze the strongest and explain why since they’re so close together. When and if I analyze Nine Muses, I’ll do something similar.

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      1. well it’s a better direction to do for those groups. I was thinking about doing like “Kara Vocal Analysis” while pointing out the two stronger vocalists, writing altogether their strengths and weaknesses but seems a bit unnecessary as analyzing those who’re not really good is just, you know, somewhat boring lol 😀

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      2. Kara is a group without a rapper so 2/4 should be fair. I’m not interesting in explaining why Goo Hara is the weakest.. lol

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  8. I really don’t understand why people think Suzy is better or something, I mean the rest are weak but to call her the best vocalist in miss A… not like miss A really needs to have outstanding vocals since they’re a dance-focused group anyways so as long as they can pull off their parts well, I’m cool… I would like to see Min working more in her technique though, I actually like her tone, it’s sort of a guilty pleasure of mine. Anyways, thanks for the review, will certainly wake up some delulu Suzy fans.

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  9. Is SNSD’s Sooyoung better than her? She can sing A4’s with a relaxed tone although using a shallow support and Sooyoung has nice hv moments, so would it even each one out? Maybe because Sooyoung isn’t really good with pitch it would make Min better? What about Yuri vs Min? I think Yuri may be better or at least equal to her. Sorry for using non vocalists to make this comparison! Thank you!

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    1. I don’t think she is because Sooyoung lacks stability in pitch, doesn’t have a well centered pitch overall, doesn’t really know how to support. She just sings light and heady so her strain isn’t that bad. I don’t know Yuri well enough, they might be even, I really don’t know though lol

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    1. Yeah I was surprised to. Trust me I had a Suzy header ready and I had all the links opened up but the more I listened the closer I arrived to the conclusion that Min knows how to support sort of and Suzy…doesn’t..at all.

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  10. Hiiii! ^__^

    So, I’ve been a huge kpop fan since like … 2011-12 and I came across this blog a few months ago (I finally worked up the courage to post something lmao, I’m sorry I’ve been a silent reader for so long ;_; ). I just wanted to say, thank you so much for doing this, at no expense and with your own time too! This blog is fantastic and so informative, it’s helped me learn a lot about singing in general and my voice and every time you put up an analysis, I feel like I learn something new ^^! Also, it’s cleared up so many misconceptions I had about singing and kpop vocalists I had before as well — like high notes being a marker of skill and that sort of thing, I had no idea Changmin was actually … not that good, to put it gently ;;.

    I’m a teensy bit disappointed about Min’s rating lol but I kind of expected it because Miss A are more of a dance group … I thought Min would be at least average tho ; u ;. Oh well, I’ll probably still listen to their music, it’s kinda addictive tbh >..>)?

    Anyway, thank you so much Ahmin ^^! This blog is amazing~

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    1. First of all, welcome and thank you for reading. You should have no reason to have to work up the courage to comment haha “to put it gently”. LOL yes putting it gently is kind of what I do a lot… lol Thank you again so much and it helps us feel a little useful to you guys when you post comments like this, so thank you for your support! I had thoughts of putting Min as average, she has some average tendencies but she’s not quite there yet. I encourage you to always listen to their music! Their singing skill should never stop you~ Thanks again, we love hearing this haha

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      1. Looool nah it’s just me, I get anxious pretty easily and I overthink everything >.<. Also yeah, I'm always putting this gently as well lmao I've discovered I can be unintentionally harsh ahahah. No problem, btw, I'm always happy to support things like this blog bc it's so helpful for fans~
        And yeah, I suspected that was the case for Min, but hopefully she'll improve? She's still young and hasn't suffered too much damage (or started regressing like Bom), has she? o:
        LOL thank you for the reminder~ I don't really know enough about vocal technique for it to get in the way of my ability to enjoy music, but yeah, skill shouldn't be a factor in whether you enjoy music or not … I like CNBlue's music even tho Yonghwa isn't especially skilled technically ahahah (and conversely, although I acknowledge Hyorin is really skilled, I don't particularly like Sistar's music ; u ; )

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      2. It’s okay, to me things may come off as gentle but to many fans they can sound harsh. lol Oh no not at all, Min doesn’t sing a really challenging repertoire anyway. Oh yeah Sistar’s recent music isn’t much of my thing but 2010 ~ 2013 I like their songs a lot haha

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  11. Even in that best vocal performance video, I don’t think Min gave the same quality as Solji or Eunji or U.ji for the King of Mask Singer. Could it be because that JYPE trained them so much in half air-half sound mantra that they were put in a box and couldn’t improve beyond it?
    I worry for TWICE as JYP’s next girl group, because having watched SIXTEEN audition, none of the members were particularly good let alone impressive in their vocals. Shame that.

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    1. Well of course, Min is nowhere near any of them in vocal skill so she can’t be compared. It could be that technique but it’s also their repertoire and music style.

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  12. All this talk about JYPE not caring much about vocal techniques among its singers got me thinking one thing:

    How would you rate JYP himself technically? I mean, I’ve watched him on several variety shows and he’s shown that he clearly knows about vocal techniques. And yeah, what is up with the whole half-air-half-sound thingy?

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    1. I disagree. I don’t believe he knows about technique. There was a video a girl on K-popStar sang “Who’s loving you now” and he gave her a 90/100 for technique when she was straining every high note. He did a run to show her and his run was much worse than hers. He wouldn’t be rated higher than average, I remember listening to him singing with Sunye, Yeeun and Jokwon for “That’s What Friends Are For” and I wasn’t watching and just listening and I heard the resonant A4 Jokwon hits and I was like WHAT?! JYP?! Then I watched and I was like oh okay because JYP was struggling not to be nasal and tight on G4’s…so like resonance on A4?? lol

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      1. Ha-ha I see.. Thanks guys for the comment.. Honestly speaking I’m not a big fan of jyp’s voice and I get the idea that he doesn’t know much about techniques from the kind of artists produced under Jyp ( I mean in terms of their techniques). It’s just that wherever he’s guesting, people literally fawn over his voice. I remember watching an episode of roommate when they were preparing for Christmas and there was this scene where jackson and Jyp were in the studio together with that guy (I’m blanking on the name here). Anyway, it was jackson or that guy who sang and immediately Jyp commented on the technical aspect like breath support or something. I guess u guys can see why ppl think Jyp is really knowledgeable about techniques. Plus, he’s a judge on kpop star

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      2. JYP once said that this girl had a 10/10 for technique, and she was straining her way through the performance so… I don’t know, a lot of people say Christina Aguilera gives good singing tips, but she is straining in the tenor range nowadays.

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  13. Honestly I couldn’t been more happy with the results. When I first knew miss A as a group I knew Min was the better vocalist than Suzy, even if Suzy was put in missA duely because of her singing, and the other three was for dance. Min has a lot of potential to develop as a greater vocalist and still has a lot for us in the future to enjoy. Her tone is nicer and I think fits perfectly, even if just right for duets. For improvement, I think Min would just need to get out of JYPE since it is more restrictive for her vocals development, plus JYP has some crazy philosophy for his artist to just be around the longest, so he doesn’t want them to branch out from their comfort. I want Min to become a much better singer because I could see is much capable, and one of the most well-rounded talents, unfortunately all talents in kpop are overlooked by visuals, and to be honest Min is very pretty.

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  14. Seriously of all new solo debut artist this last two years, I don’t understand like hyosung,hyomin,jiyeon,and goohara!!!How Min can’t make a solo. Oh right lack of fans….fudge it.
    Lack of company management. Lack of sponsors…I hate JYPE. Also for their lack of vocal trainers, who may perhaps be the factor why none of their vocals completely stands out correctly, yes Mr.jyp I’m talking about you..
    Go Min, let them know you are right for one!!! Thank you for the analyst, I bet all the Min fans will be happy to know!! I couldn’t believe you made one for Min! Seriously thought popularity would win for Suzy and Fei since everyone seems to vote for them without a doubt. Yay Min, can’t believe it. Can I ask a question, will Min be a Lee Hyori, or BoA on terms of vocals and colors…just wondering. And who is the better vocalist, Hyori or BoA.

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    1. BoA is definitely a better vocalist than Lee Hyori.lol I’m glad you liked the analysis. Lee Hyori is not anywhere near a good vocalist, she’s just a huge entertainment star. Min could become as good as them but that would depend on her, not us haha I can’t tell you how much she can improve, that’d be her own hard work.

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  15. i love thhis girl, knew she was a better vocalist/singer than those other girlss
    get your solo soon girl. so glad someone shared this to me!!
    thank you!!!

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  16. seriously why would anyone think suzy is the best singer in miss a, she sounds like a mouthful of air, sure tone is nice, but other than that she definitely have problems with being stable in anything.
    Not a fan of Min, but glad this analysis wasn’t biased. Miss A is poor vocally, but overall good in their own dynamics, considerably they are jyp idols *smh*

    anyway btw this,

    which was worse, in term of their vocal perf? I just need a confirmation since i thought hyorin was way off in hush, and thought miss A did a little better, but all those nutty star1 bashes me… i just need an answer. please?

    thank you for the analysis on miss A.

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    1. Starones can get pretty passionate about Hyorin and protective because she is one of the top vocalists amongst females in K-pop. However, although I know fans can get pretty crazy, if you’d like to tell me exactly where you believe Hyorin was way off, I could notice it. 1:19 that C5 could’ve been better, same for 1:35..I’ve heard much better from her but I mean neither of these songs are very vocally challenging and whatever her C5’s were, they’re better than anything I’ve ever heard Miss A do so I mean they both did fine imho.

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    1. Her vocal range is C3 ~ G5, as shown in this vocal range video. Unfortunately, she sings with very weak technique and I have not considered analyzing her anymore after analyzing Min. Maybe in a distant future.

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  17. When you’re talking about how Min has better support than Fei and Suzy, you linked to Fei’s note in Troublemaker. I was just wondering what exactly was wrong with it?
    Thanks!

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    1. She kind of just yelled the note. It was thin, it was light, but it sounded kind of yelled, it had no support, her swallowing muscles were tense and she sounded closed.

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  18. Woah i never really thought that min is the best vocalist in MissA
    I think she’s sort of tie with Fei, maybe
    Suzy? For me she’s just an okay vocalist. The visual who sings nice. Min definitely better from what i heard. Im not an expert, but i think suzy lack power and support. She sounds ‘heady’ like almost the time.

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    1. No she’s not. Suzy and Fei are both weak, it’s addressed in the analysis. Min > Suzy > Fei. She’s airy and heady, almost always sounds tight.

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  19. Who is better between chunji and min?? As both of them are rated as weak to average although chunji manage to beat min in masked singer.

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    1. She didn’t regress and this performance is mentioned in the analysis. It’s not a bad performance, they just didn’t rehearse well.

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      1. I don’t know how much time do you have, but there are only three songs (It’s a digital single). Here’s the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90rEp7sVD90

        I have a thing for Fei and I know she’s not a strong vocalist, I must say, but I’m curious if she has improved, even if it’s only a little.

        Thank you for your time and keep with the great work!

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      2. I don’t really honestly hear a difference in how she’s singing from how she’s always sung. Of course we would rather not use studio audios for these but we can still hear the issues she has with her technique regardless.

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