*Vocalists who have left their groups will be included within their groups’ lists if they were analyzed when they were still members of their groups.
Brown Eyed Girls:
CSJH The Grace:
Fly To The Sky:
Lee Hyun (Former member of 8Eight)
M.C. The MAX:
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Hello, may I suggest NCT for your prospect analysis? NCT is a boygroup from SM, whose current number of members is 23. It’s kinda a big group. You can pick their vocalists in each unit (NCT 127, NCT DREAM, WayV) to analyze. I am looking forward to seeing their name in your list. Thank you so much.
I think he said a long time ago that he would only do 3 regardless of sub units and said it would be Taeil, Doyoung and Jaehyun. It was a long time ago and they’ve added a lot of new members but based on skill level rn he’d probably still only do Taeil, Doyoung and Jaehyun if he was to do an analysis on NCT. e
Yes. I would love to hear one on Haechan, Taeil, and Xiaojun
If he was to do 3 vocalists from NCT it’d be either Taeil, Doyoung, Jaehyun/Xiaojun, Jaehyun, and Xiaojun is a toss-up in terms of technique but it’d probably be Jaehyun due to having more material. I don’t think Haechan would be included
hello, is Rosie’s C5 in KTL bridge in Coachella and A-Nation festival supported, i heard that she usually supports higher notes when she doesn’t add much style in her singing and i think that she didn’t add style on this part..
i attached the link so hope you’d respond to my question ( SORRY I’M NOT THAT GOOD AT ENGLISH)
Actually rosé can support A3~Bb4 if she wasn’t stylistic
Ahmin, what do think about using grounded, free, tense and weak instead of strain, resonant, supported and unsupported?
I saw comments talking about how Ariana Grande grounded her Bb5 or G5 like how? I don’t think she can support that high tho. And it annoys me a lot, people using those words and saying it’s better to use those, but i don’t think so, since it doesn’t really define anything to me.
I’m not Ahmin, and I don’t think you necessarily have to choose “one set of words” above the other, but I do think that ” grounded, free, tense and weak” bring so much more nuance that is very much needed in discussions about “vocal technique” which isn’t as black or white as a lot of “”kpop fans”” want it to be.
Ahmin has said multiple times in the past that even support is a “”spectrum””, meaning that you don’t exactly have 100% support or 0% of it, and nothing in between. So words like ” grounded, free, tense and weak” do bring so much nuance to the discussion. Because someone can be engaging their abs/core and trying to bring out a good air flow out of their diaphragm, thus giving the sound a “”grounded”” property (quite similar to what “”support”” woud sound like), but somewhere in that process they’ll raise the larynx or their jaw will lock, meaning tension will arise within the sound and make it what people call “”unsupported””, although the first few steps were “”technically good/appropriate””.
The thing is, when you say “”unsupported”” it’s like as if you took ALL OF THE nuance from the evaluation. Imagine this example.
– Singer A engage the core, try to bring a decent breath support up, the vocal chords are coming together pretty nicely, showing some form of muscle coordination – overall it all gives the sound a “grounded” property. But the larynx is not stable, so there’s a little extra effort involved – which is making the sound a little more tense. So allthough the sound does have some “”variance”” of “”early”” support and sounds “grounded”, it’s still shallow/weak. Otherwise, the sound is not pitchy nor flat, the tone is still kept up relatively well because while the larynx is raised-up, it isn’t too unstable either. And let’s say there’s otherwise some good level of musicianship involved in the performance. That’s Person A.
– Singer B is not even singing. Singer B is in fact not a singer. He’s just Person B. And he’s screaming into a microphone just for fun and giggles. Sound is flat or pitchy. Absolutely strained, pushed. There’s not even an attempt to engage the core or breath, etc. It’s just a trainwreck.
By your “”limited”” definition, you would call both person here “”unsupported””, although clearly Singer A is still showing some very different skills to Singer B, and the level of support is still very different, and it would be “hearable” in the sound of each.
Bringing words like “grounded, free, tense and weak” just give more nuance to the evaluation/analysis, and help place the voice on the “”spectrum of support””, as opposed to just pretend that you either have it absolutely or you don’t at all….which is not how it works.
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Why there is no Seventeen?
Because they’re in the list if future analyses?
Thoughts on Sohyang? Do you think she has good technique and do you think she is deserving of being called one of the best vocalists in Korea?
hello, could you make an analysis of all the members of the group SS501, please! Thank you .
Agree, I want Renjun’s vocals to be analyzed
Please analyze Siyeon dreamcatcher vocal
Please analyze Siyeon dreamcatcher vocal
Hello Ahmin, i know it’s a bit OOT, but i’m really curious about it. Here’s my question, how good Morisette Amon is? How about her supported range, as far as you know? Cause i think she’s a good vocalist and has wide supported range. Her low notes maybe the least developed cause she often push her larynx down. But i think her belt is pretty good. If i’m not mistake she support and resonate as high as F5 in Chandelier performance (@platinum the concert, wear yellow outfit lol). She also support & resonate Eb5 at Let it Go performance, with good vibrato. And some of E5s. She also has descent head voice, although the resonance is not very large. I don’t know, i might be wrong lol
Can you please do of blackpink rosé and jisoo?
Hello Ahmin I have a question
I was wondering whether Redvelvet’s Irene’s D7 in really bad boy is considered a whistle note or not and why 🤔
Hi, would it be possible to do a analysis on super junior donghae?
No, I’m afraid due to our rules it would not be possible.