Vocal Tips For K-pop Fans #7: How to Use a Vibrato

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6 thoughts on “Vocal Tips For K-pop Fans #7: How to Use a Vibrato

  1. Hi Ahmin! Not sure if you remember me, but you helped me out a lot last time. So I was wondering if you could take a listen to my recent singing: http://www.smule.com/leeronald
    (Please listen to “All I Ask” and “It’s you”)
    What do you think about my lower and upper register? And is my mix still too chesty?
    Thank you🙂


    1. Hi yes I do remember. Unfortunately the recording I listened to doesn’t seem to be included in this list anymore. ㅠㅜ
      0:31 “Just play pretend” don’t be lazy, don’t throw the notes around. Also don’t use so much reverb, there’s too much echo for me to say much about your singing. You sound pretty, but you sound too tight and soft. I understand you’re singing softly, but “more than JUST a friend” that E4 wasn’t just soft, it was tight. You need to make sure you sing softly with an opened throat. Don’t close your throat to control your volume output. You sound pretty, the last chorus is supposed to be more powerful and the volume is just kind of the same as before. Don’t be shallow on the way you approach your singing, allow fulness in your voice. Allow power to take over. Your lower range is a bit too soft and muffled around G2 and below, but not bad before that. Your mix isn’t too chesty, it’s just tight. Your falsetto is a bit nasal, but it’s okay. Make sure your transitions are a bit smoother and more relaxed, the falsetto is fine on the ooh vowel but the mixed voice can sound pretty tight right before you get into your falsetto. The reverb sure helps, so it’s hard to tell you much when there’s so much of it going on. Just work on supporting and opening up more.


      1. Thank you for your advice. I think I get the point. Hopefully I can fix it.
        By the way, do you have a Smule account?😀


  2. Hello!

    I really love singing, but I’m not good at it.

    I’m not sure on how to fix my singing, as I try whatever tips others give me, but not all of them are pros, so I’m confused on what to work on and how to fix my singing so that it sounds better. Though I really love singing and try to put certain techniques to use, I don’t seem to sound very good. Do you have any tips on being able to sing better? Thank You


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