Ahmin’s 4 Cover Songs

So I know you guys can sometimes be curious about what we sound like. We don’t try to promote ourselves as perfect vocalists, but we have to sing decently enough at least? haha I had a performance last night and I sang 4 songs, in 4 different languages. I’ll post them here since I have been too busy to write analyses. I hope you guys find it enjoyable nonetheless. ^ ^

Advertisements

About ahmin3

kitsunemale from YouTube, AhMin33 from Twitter and Ahmin from OneHallyu! https://www.youtube.com/user/KitsuneMale

50 thoughts on “Ahmin’s 4 Cover Songs

  1. These were really nice! The Korean and Portuguese songs sounded very comfortable and On My Own slayed tbh. I’d be interested in hearing more of y’all’s singing. I love good covers.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. well that was quite decent performance hahaha just kidding. you did a great job. i find it enjoyable. i like baritone voice, especially that full and rounded voice. add high belt notes and resonance, eargasm!!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. i think my voice is deeper than yours? 😀
    good job, sometimes wobbly vibrato appears but i like it for stylestically.

    you really really sing in ur supported range btw 😃😃

    i’m very curious with ur head voice, please sing the song with head voice transition, maybe i can learn how to switch to head voice properly, we are baritone maybe it will easier to receive.

    Like

    1. My vibrato just has that kind of speed, it’s not really a wobbly actually. haha Do you really have a deeper voice than me? Yes, I am very self aware so I stayed within my supported range. lol I shall sing songs with head voice transitions in the future! lol

      Like

      1. tbh i still trying how to sing head voice especially the transition. i sing it was love luna “meosdaero” over and over lol. it could be connected but i want smoother. and i try to make my head voice thicker in F4 “gulgo issneun simjangi sarangieossda sarangieossda
        naboda sojunghan ge”.

        i think baritone/bass is harder to sing head voice with smooth transition than tenor/soprano? maybe some baritone/bass have good transition but it very rare generally, right?

        Like

      2. As a baritone, trying to emulate a girl’s head voice down the octave is hard because our passaggi are different. For me to transition into head voice down at B3 is possible but it’s hard, but for girls B4 is just fine. For me I can do it around F4, but it gets easier the higher it is of course. I don’t think it’s harder for us for being baritones, it’s just whom you’re listening to. Listen to By My Side by David Choi, he goes into falsetto/head voice a lot in this song and he is a baritone.

        Like

      3. yep.. that was nice song. you re right i should listening to baritones singer for the most (for improving my technique). but i love korean girls like taeyeon & luna, starting from love and like themselves, so that made me like their song lol.

        Liked by 1 person

    2. Lol completely unrelated, but what do you think of David Choi as a vocalist? Where would you rate him, since he is technically a professional singer/vocalist?

      Like

    1. Hi. I’ve seen all your covers especially the latest one. I’d like to take a guess. HAHAHA. Your supported range is F2 – F#4#G4, with some consistency issues around G4 and above. I am not sure about your head register. HAHAHA

      Like

  4. Seu português é muito bom ^^, parece mesmo um fluente, ah, e vc gosta de MPB? (Música popular brasileira), e… se vc fosse ser analisado, qual seria sua classificação? Por favor nos diga, não tenha vergonha, vc é mt bom 🙂

    Like

    1. Eu sei o que é MPB haha Eu sou nativo da língua portuguesa!! Haha eu tenho medo de falar, eu não gosto porque podem usar contra mim então eu fico com medo >_< eu não parecer arrogante.

      Like

  5. Yay! You sang On My Own lol. Did you sing it an octave down or did you change the key? Because the first parts didn’t sound very low…or I’m just not very adept to guessing notes lol. You sound great! Your voice is very light though, sometimes you sound like a tenor.

    By the way, I watched some Felicia Ricci videos and do you think it’s correct to approach/find the mask by at first singing it with a nasal consonant (Nyah, Wae etc…)?
    It certainly does sound better and I’m hoping that I support at least C4/C#4.
    And do you have any advice on making my lower notes better? You said that I just need better breath management to make proper support but what exactly does that mean? You don’t seem to be commenting much about my lower notes.
    And has raising the soft palate have anything to do with my mixing problems?

    Like

    1. I sang it in a different key. I could’ve sung it down the octave but I chose not to cause I wanted to have more fun. Yes that’s a good approach, I use it too. Your low notes will come as you learn better support, their tone production is already quite nice. Yes it helps with placement. Thank you btw!

      Like

  6. hi pleas can you give me your opinion about this rank??..they ranked all the korean vocalist kpop idol and gospel and non kpop singer

    profilekpop.blogspot.com/2015/12/ranking-kpop-vocal.html

    Like

    1. This has been asked about already and I’ve already answered. It’s not bad, it’s the most accurate one online so far. Granted a lot of it was copied from things we’ve said in the past prior to analyzing certain vocalists, explaining why Niel is in the Tier B for an example, it still has a lot of inaccuracies. Many vocalists are way too high or way too low.

      Like

      1. Thanks for the fast reply..by the way I tried to yam while singing to sing with an open throat as you told but I always end up sounding so airy..can you help me pleas 🙂

        Like

  7. Migo, eu achando que você era gringo como assim? Você tem um timbre muito lindo, eu não entendo nada de técnica vocal, mas ó parabéns viu. Vou ter que conferir seu canal pra ver se tem mais mpb.

    Like

    1. Gringo gringo eu sou gringo onde quer que eu vá na verdade, né? Não pertenço a país nenhum. haha Eu não nenhum outro MPB, é a primeira vez que eu faço performance de música em Português que não seja Bossa Nova em anos e é a primeira vez que eu posto um vídeo de eu cantando em Português no Youtube. Perdão.

      Like

  8. Oh damn, every time I get to listen to another baritone I am reminded why I love this type of voice the most. I always find baritones as those who get the full version of sound? I bet it sounds weird, it’s just always sounds rich! Guess it’s time to subscribe to youtube or something hahah. Beside Les Mis, do you find any other musicals pleasant to sing?:)

    Like

      1. I kinda meant the titles hahah, it’s easy to feel that you specialize in musicals, the excitement just oozes from you:)

        Like

      2. Oh haha I don’t know! Like any female song from most Disney movies I can sing! Seriously! lol I also like some occasional musicals like The Book of Mormon, Wicked, The Little Shop of Horrors, etc.

        Like

    1. I’ve heard enough people singing in Korean now for me to be able to tell what kind of accent you have. You sound like you’re Indonesian when you sing in Korean, I hear in the way you sing your Eu vowels, Ee vowels and Aye vowels, because of where you place your tongue and your jaw position, you keep both tight and tense and you don’t allow the vowel to open as much as it should. You need to relax your tongue, drop your jaw, not let the Aye’s go in your nose. Your runs were pitchy but compared to your other audio your pitch is SO much better, you’re not nearly as nasal and it wasn’t bad. I think not singing in English helps but perhaps singing in a language you’re fluent in would help even more.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. yep you right i’m indonesian haha. actually indonesian tongue have problem with that vowels, agree ! maybe next time i will sing indonesian song or maybe english song? well, thanks for reply, having great day bro.

        Like

  9. As a fun little side assignment, could you analyze your own singing XD (Because I’m A Fool?). It’d be interesting to have a live version analyzed by someone who knows their voice well.

    Also, is it just me or were you nasally? During Because I’m A Fool I couldn’t help thinking that your nose was stuffed, maybe a little bit of throat in there as well. Or was that on purpose?

    Like

    1. Side assignment? I don’t think I got time for side assignments. Don’t you think I do enough already? lol The only times there’s nasality in my singing is when I sing words that contain the consonants M and N. So I suppose it’s a quality in my voice, the brightness, that tends to have people mistaking it for nasality. It seems to be something that people somehow hear with Sohyang or Kyuhyun as well, all 3 of us are pretty bright in our singing and have occasional nasality that can’t be helped by singing N and M consonants, but people seem to hear it in other times when it’s not there. I listened back to make sure but I don’t hear a quality that would lead to anybody thinking my nose is stuffed, at least I don’t hear it. I also don’t hear any of the throat, so I don’t suppose it was on purpose either. Either way I would rather not analyze my own singing and leave it up to your own imagination and perception, even if it may or may not be right, it’s completely up to you and not me. Like you saying you hear the throat or nasality, if you hear it, well then you hear it.

      Also a side thing on grammar. It’s something that bothers me, but I noticed a lot of native speakers of English use the word Nasally as an adjective, when it’s an adverb. “Were you nasally” should be “Were you singing nasally” or “were you nasal,” since within the context of grammar nasally as an adverb needs to be used with a verb. Just a thought, since I know many people don’t notice this but it really bothers me. lol

      Like

      1. I’ll take you word then that’s it’s just the tone of your voice. On Kyuhyun’s part I find his voice throaty/thick/full, but if it’s his tone then that’s just too bad it resembles throatiness.

        I mean, I’m pretty chill when I type these casual things so I’m not all hyperactive about proper grammar. It’s just convenient so lol, sorry if it triggers you.

        Like

      2. You find Kyuhyun’s voice throaty? I see I see, maybe there might be a confusion on what throatiness and nasality actually sound like that could be throwing you off. Oh no it’s just one of my pet peeves. When people use nasally as an adjective or when people talk bout singing being “stable” whatever that vague expression means. lol it’s not a big deal though, just something I don’t wish to see spread around anymore lol

        Like

      3. I know you aren’t talking to me, but you find Kyuhyun’s voice to be throaty? Are you sure about that? His tone doesn’t resemble throatiness in the slightest. His voice is so forward and in the mask and doesn’t sit on his vocal cords at all literally he takes “pull your voice forward” to heart. I don’t mean to tell you how to think, but no. Kyu’s voice no where near resembles throatiness his tone quality is clean. What about his tone to you makes you think it sounds throaty?

        Liked by 1 person

  10. Beautiful :O I really like your voice! Also, I was wondering if you’re familiar with Tori Kelly…..If so, what do you think of her vocals?

    Like

    1. Thank you lol She is actually pretty good, nice head voice, great agility, nice lower range down to at least F3, resonance up to D5. I’m not going to give her a rating though.

      Like

  11. Hey Ahmin, great job! 🙂 I saw on another comment thread that you said you’re a little insecure because a lot of people have bashed you for being honest and not ranking their biases as high as they want, and to that, I say that they can all just go away. I especially liked the Les Mis cover, and just out of curiosity, are you multilingual/how many languages can you speak? I was pretty surprised to hear you singing in so many different ones lol. Anyway, props to the whole team for this blog, and wish you all the success in the future!

    Like

    1. Awwww thanks! I didn’t think people were still checking out this post haha thank you I am really touched that you cared enough to say that, I really am thankful. I speak all the languages in which I sang, I just didn’t sing in German which I can also speak. Thank you again!!

      Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s