Ahmin’s Wildflower Cover

Hi everybody! This is just a post to show you my newest video with a cover to thank all my great 10k subscribers on Youtube!! ❤ Thank you all so much!

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24 thoughts on “Ahmin’s Wildflower Cover

  1. Hi, I’ve watched a number of your videos and I think you are doing a valuable service. So, Thank You! I just watched Weekly Idol 26072017 https://youtu.be/Y3sHWGoe-L4?t=27m3s and I was wondering if you might care to comment in one of your posts or videos about the competition between group members as to who can “sing” the highest notes. It’s hardly scientific but I had concerns about whether or not this could actually damage their voices. It’s very funny but it made me nervous. Thanks again for your efforts!

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      1. I simply wouldn’t consider that part of anyone’s range because that’s not singing. It is the whistle register though.

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  2. Nice cover Par Hyo Min3 XD
    IMHO your voice would be suitable for Lee Juck’s songs like Fortunately or Lie Lie Lie. Would be great if you do cover to one of those songs in the future

    If you don’t mind, what rank you would place your technique at best?

    Btw the piano guy, Kwon Wu? i think he is similar with Kim Jin Ho from SG Wannabe ^^

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    1. OHHHH 다행이다! I LOVE that song haha Although I have Onew’s version of it, but yknow. lol I would not rank myself actually, because I feel it would just take away the free will and thought process from you guys if I told you what to think of me. So you’re welcome to decide on your own! ^ ^ Yeah he’s heard that a lot, that he looks like Kim Jinho. lol His name is Kwanwoo btw. haha

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      1. I don’t have a clue about vocal technique but I would place you above JYP for sure lol 😛 😛
        Then I’m hoping there would be 다행이다 cover some time in the future ^^
        Noted Kwanwoo ssi, I thought Kwon was his surname 🙂

        Keep up the good work!!

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  3. Loved this performance. It just says a lot about how well you understand your voice, have mastered the song and the language it is written in, and proves that singers do not have to rely on or use an excess of stylistic methods in their singing, because singing with good technique is just as or even more effective and free of risks. Great legato. All the choices with the arrangement from tempo to phrasing were great too. Reflective

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    1. Awww that is so sweet and meaningful when you put like this, I really appreciate this comment and your compliment. Thank you so so much!

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  4. Love your voice, I don’t know why the music industry loves Tenors when we have talented Baritones like you… Your “whatever the note at the end was” was great as well as your deep lows (loved the little runs lol) and your visuals were slaying 🔥🔥 Can’t wait for another cover, keep up with the good job !

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  5. It was okay… I don’t think your voice suits this type of songs.
    And i was kinda bothered by your facial expressions. lol
    i still enjoyed it though. i love that song!

    anyways, keep up the good work! 🙂

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    1. You mean ballads? Well if you don’t like it, that’s okay! Nobody can say your taste is wrong! ^ ^ Thank you and I appreciate the comment!

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  6. I dropped in to re-read a few of the analyses, and noticed this under “Recent Posts” and was like, what?! Very cool 🙂 Park Hyo Shin’s Wildflower is a very difficult song, and requires a lot more flow and precision (as most ballads do) than people realize. I appreciate the effort you’ve put into this, and I’m glad you make Kpop Vocal Analysis go round.

    You share scientifically accurate based vocal technique for singing, and that’s why I am so glad to watch and re-watch your videos, because they are another great way of reminding me of what I have learned from my own teacher. There are a lot of vocal teachers out there who have decades worth of incorrect knowledge, so knowing there are honest and knowledgeable teachers like yourself, and my own teacher, sharing healthy technique freely and openly, and trying to help people who love music and want to sing, is so reassuring, and just awesome.

    Keep up the good work. I have been wanting to post some of your vocal training videos, particularly the one on support, which so many people really need help understanding, but have held back only because the volume control is a little unstable. I would love it if you could run that through some lovely editing program and normalize it, because I have a number of Quora answers on support, and I think your approach to teaching is warm, casual, and very straightforward and caring. There are a few vocal teachers that I really recommend prospective singing students to watch, due to a combination of correct information as well as teaching ability.

    If you’re not already a highly desired vocal teacher, I am certain you will be, regardless of the size of the L.A. area. Cheers! -Tina

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  7. Wow wow, your F#4 is so daebak with a baritone.
    But I think the F#4 is not your peak. It sounds like you can support higher. Why didn’t you choose G4 or G#4?

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    1. Because I can’t really sustain G#4, my voice becomes too light and heady and G4 it depends on the day for me to sustain it with power.

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  8. Clearly you have good technique, but this is the difference between a vocalist and a singer. You are a good vocalist but not a good singer. I tried listening with the visuals and without, but the believability factor is missing and it feels empty and disconnected (to me). Not an “anti” by any means. I’m actually a fan of your blog and your analyses of vocal technique are on point.

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    1. By the way, my comments were for this particular song and not your voice in general. It could be a song choice issue (not a genre issue) like what the other reader/ fan said. I’d be curious to hear you singing other songs. Your blog is incredible. Keep up the good work!

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    2. Thank you I appreciate you taking the time to watch as well as your input. I think making a statement about someone not being a good singer with one song is not exactly fair though. But if you don’t hear the believability factor, as much as emotion is subjective, neither I nor anybody can say you’re wrong nor right. If you’re looking to listen to other stuff, I got plenty on my channel. Here is one I am particularly confident in:

      You can let me know what you think! ^ ^

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