Future Analyses (No Longer Taking Requests)

Vocalists Whom Will NOT Be Analyzed

Due to many fans not reading our rules carefully, we will provide a list of popularly requested vocalists that will not be analyzed because analyzing them would break our rules. Please read our rules before making a request.

2NE1’s CL

4Minute’s Hyuna

Big Bang’s Seungri

BtoB’s Hyunsik

BTS’ Jin & Jimin

EXO’s Chanyeol, Xiumin, Suho & Lay

f(x)’s Amber

Girl’s Generation’s Sooyoung & Yuri

Infinite’s L

Luhan

Miss A’s Suzy

Secret’s Hyosung

Sera (Former Nine Muses)

SHINee’s Key

Super Junior’s Heechul, Lee Teuk, Kangin, Siwon

T-Ara’s Jiyeon

Rappers

Rules

For analyses of members of idol groups, we only analyze vocalists. We do not analyze rappers, even if they may sing at times if their main instrument is rapping, we will not analyze them as it is not fair to them. If a rapper happens to have significant vocal skill (Average to Above Average vocalist or higher) then they shall be considered for an analysis.

We only analyze half of the vocalists in a group, and only the strongest half. If a group has 8 members but 4 are rappers, then we’ll only analyze half of the vocalists in that group. So in this case only 2/4 vocalists will be analyzed. If the vocalists in a group happen to be more vocally skilled and balanced, then more vocalists will be analyzed within a group, such as the case with SHINee, Brown Eyed Girls and Mamamoo. (Average to Above Average at least.)

We only analyze vocalists with sufficient material for an analysis. Therefore groups that debuted more recently, such as in 2015 and 2016, will not be analyzed due to the lack of material. We prioritize vocalists who have longer careers with more material for an analysis.

*******WE ARE NO LONGER TAKING REQUESTS ******* because the list of vocalist to be analyzed has reached a fairly lengthy size, we will be no longer accepting requests until the list decreases in size.

Disbanded groups or members who left their groups and are now not active anymore in the mainstream will NOT be analyzed. Even if they may be active, they’d need to be significantly vocally skilled to be considered for an analysis. If they’re active outside of Korea/K-pop, they’re not K-Contemporary artists anymore, therefore will NOT be analyzed.

Updating Analyses

2017

Pandayeu

Kim SoHyang

New Analyses

2017

Pandayeu

Gfriend’s Yuju

Juniel

Kim Dahyun

Red Velvet’s Seulgi

FrostPrincess21

4Men’s Shin Yongjae

Guckkasten’s Ha Hyunwoo

Lee Young Hyun

Ahmin3

Baek Ah Yeon

Baek Ji Young

Bernard Park

Cross Gene’s Seyoung

Gavy NJ’s Gunji

Gummy

Huh Gak

Hwang Chiyeol

In Sooni

Jung In

Jung Joon Young

JYP

Kim Bumsoo

Kim Dongryul

Kim Tae Woo

Kim Jong Gook

Kim Yeon Woo

Lee Eunmi

Lee Sora

Lee Sunhee

Lim Jae Bum

Lim Jung Hee (J.Lim)

Lyn

MC The Max’s Lee Soo

Navi

Norazo’s Lee Hyuk

The One

Park Kiyoung

Se7en

Seo In Young

Seo In Gook

SG WANNABE’s Kim Jiho

Shinhwa’s Shin Hyesung

So Chan Whee

Seo Moon Tak

Sung Shi Kyung

TOPP DOGG’s Sangdo

Ulala Session’s Myunghoon

Urban Zakapa’s Jo Hyuna and Kwon Soonil

Vibe’s Yoon Minsoo

Wheesung

Yangpa

2018 ~ Indefinitely

Ahmin3

2Bic

A.Kor’s Jiyoung

April’s Chaewon & Jinsol

Astro’s MJ &/or Sanha

Awesome Baby’s Yechan

Berry Good’s Taeha

Blackpink’s Rosé

BMK

Buzz’s Kyunghoon

CLC’s Seunghee & Sorn or Seungyeon

Cosmic Girls’ Yeonjung & Dawon

Crayon Pop’s Choa

Day6’s Sungjin

Dean

Eric Nam

Fiestar’s Linzy

G.Soul

Gugudan’s Sejeong & others

Ha Dong Kyun

Han Dong Geun

Huh Gak

iKON’s Junhoe & Jinhwan or Yunhyeong

Jooyoung

Junggigo

Kim Dongryul

Kim Feel

Kim Gunmo

Kim Juna

Kim Kyungho

KNK’s Inseong & Youjin

LEDAPPLE’s Hanbyul

Lee Juk

Lee Jung

Lee Michelle

Lee Seung Chul

Lee Seunggi

Legend’s Listen

Lim Chang Jung

Lim Kim

Lovelyz’s Jin or Sujeong

Madtown’s Lee Geon &/Or H.O.

Matilda’s Haena

Melody Day’s YeIn and Chahee

Monsta X’s Kihyun

Mr.Mr.’s Tey

NCT’s Stronger Vocalists

Nell’s Kim Jongwan

Nine Muses’ Keumjo

Oh Hyuk’s Hyuko

Oh My Girls’ Hyojung & Seunghee

Paran’s Ace

Parc Jaejung

Park Boram

Phantom’s Sanchez

Pentagon’s Jinho & Hui

Playback’s Woolim

Jooyi

Royal Pirates’ Moonchul

Rumble Fish’s Choi Jini

Se7en

Seventeen’s DK, Seungkwan

SF9’s Inseong

So Chan Whee

Sonamoo’s Minjae & High.D

Stellar’s Hyoeun

Sung Shi Kyung

Sunny Days’ Sunkyung

Sunnyhill’s Jubi

Tahiti’s Jerry

Tim

TWICE’s Jihyo & Nayeon or Jungyeon

UP10TION’s Hwanhee & Sunyul

Urban Zakapa’s Jo Hyuna and Kwon Soonil

Vromance’s stronger vocalists

Yoo Seungwoo

Yoon Do Hyun

Zhang LiYin

Zion.T

If any of you would like your idol to be analyzed, drop your request in the comment box. If you attach videos/recordings of their (preferably) latest live performances, it will be helpful. But then again, it will not guarantee that your idol will be analyzed since it will depend on our contributors. We can’t even guarantee when we will release the analysis of the above mentioned future projects. One other reason is that analyzing vocal when there isn’t enough material to judge them will be challenging and more or less inaccurate. This will explain why judging rookie idols is an issue.

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7,946 thoughts on “Future Analyses (No Longer Taking Requests)

  1. I know you’re not taking requests at the moment, but I was wondering if you could help me figure out if the two vocalists of Dreamcatcher (Siyeon on left, Yoohyeon on right) support consistently at all? This is a radio show. I think this group focuses more on dancing and performance than vocals (kind of like BTS) so I’m not surprised if they aren’t that great, but I’m just curious. Hopefully they’ll improve and get more material by the time you’re finally taking new requests again. Thank you!

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    1. I’m not sure who each of them are in Dreamcatcher since I remember one of them could support. Yoohyeon 0:18 way too much air 0:23 lowered larynx on the G3. 0:30 G#3 same issues, 0:38 Siyeon also lowered her larynx 0:44 but the Ab3 was a lot better. 0:51 G#4’s and Bb4’s and B4’s are all pretty throaty for Yoohyeon, her support isn’t really developed. 1:09 Siyeon’s B4’s aren’t very relaxed either nor supported, 1:04 her Bb4’s are also kind of inconsistent. Quite underwhelming vocally.

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      1. Thank you! That’s pretty much what I expected. It would be cool if this group had at least one really good vocalist, but I’m not banking on that happening.

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    1. Eu nunca ouvi ela cantar ao vivo. Só vejo ela cantando em studio. Ela não tem técnica boa, ela tem tensão na quinta oitava como a maior parte das sopranos. Ela é mais estilística com o jeito de cantar, um pouco rouquinha e soprosa.

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    1. I’m not sure what you mean by a more detailed video. More detailed than..what? I think I’ve answered questions related to I.O.I. to you before and I’ve heard quite a few of these notes, 0:28 0:30 A4’s 0:48 1:02 1:08 1:15 compressed and closed throat because of the vowels, which is less than news or impressive. Sejeong and Yeonjung both have issues with pushing, improper vowel shaping and compression. Sejeong just does it less with less tension. She strains above B4, I don’t hear anything that I didn’t already know or say for her.

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      1. Sorry, I think I meant to say more organized.. Yeah, organized is the right word. So would you say she’s consistent on the B4?

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  2. Hi ! I just discovered your blog and spent the whole night reading through your analyses lol, it was super interesting since I don’t anything about vocal technique (I would have never thought so many “main vocalists” are actually weak).
    Anyway, I just wanted to leave a comment to say that I really appreciate the time and effort you put into this blog and I’m patiently waiting for Yuju’s analysis (and I saw Seungkwan and DK on the list too yay) ❤️

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    1. Seunghee has better technique than Sorn. I’ve seen Dear No One:
      “Seunghee has tone down there around G#3, but support is not exactly her strength down there. 0:34 shallow support, slightly too much air. She does have the pitch down, but not much strength the basis of breath support. 1:03 tightness around the Bb4’s. 1:08 pushed light C#5’s, no support. 1:22 she has the tone down there, their harmonies are nice but not their runs 1:28, lowered her larynx all the way down to the E3. 1:38 nasal shallow Bb4’s. 1:55 shouted C#5’s, they have very weak support. Both of them, neither of them stands out. 2:04 this run is better than the other one but not good, they did not practice singing the notes individually. They’re rushing through and guessing the notes. 2:29 Sorn is bold going for those mixed F#5’s. 2:32 again just guessing the notes. Covering Tori Kelly’s music is really not a good idea, because her songs usually are very rangey and they have a lot of challenging runs. They should rethink their song choices and choose something that matches their level.”

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  3. Hey!
    So, it’s been a bit of a while since I recorded lol but I’ve practiced. I’m sure I’m taking a softer approach of things, but I still am a bit doubtful about the way I sing hehe.

    http://vocaroo.com/i/s1a89qosx3uH
    This is that song I always record lolol.

    http://vocaroo.com/i/s0XWGHT4PBox
    Again, I’ve recorded this before.

    http://vocaroo.com/i/s1O7jGaroYWf
    I think I went especially soft in this one…what notes did I hit. I know that those last notes were strained btw.

    I’ve noticed that people are posting their recordings here more often, so I hope this doesn’t burden you. I recorded 3 different songs just to show maybe slightly different things and to know whether I’m consistent or not. I hope you don’t mind^^.

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    1. You’re using puffs of air a lot throughout the first recording, you’re pushing, your vowels are a bit too wide and you’re not stretching your vocal cords enough. Have you seen the latest vocal tip video I posted? That video is very useful for you. You’re singing On My Own in a very low key, it’s a bit too low. Cause you’re still using too much throat pressure, too much chestiness and too much air. Your I is better, you’re cracking your voice and using the air, but it’s better than the other two recordings. 0:20 again vowel too wide, Beautaaaaay and then puff of air came out and you were flat cause in the key you were singing, you should’ve sung F, not E. Again try singing the exercises, not songs that are so full of high notes and dynamics.

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      1. Yeah…I’ve sung a lot of exercises and only recently did I feel a little relaxed when I sang. I recorded those last night and although it felt a little relaxed, I was worried that there was too much air cause I couldn’t feel my throat open up.

        http://vocaroo.com/i/s0ss5Z7hWdxU

        I just recorded a little clip today, and I felt like I sounded better than yesterday. But I’m sure I’m not there yet on the C#4. But I really feel like I’m improving everyday.

        Your video is great! It’s super helpful^^

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      2. Again the way you sing in Korean, I still hear the wide vowels 0:18 0:21 and flat and too much chest. It’s not light or heady or easy, you’re pulling the sound from a thicker harder place than using your vocal cords. It’s not that it’s not better, but the issues are still there so just keep working to minimize these issues as much as possible until they’re gone. Work on your vowels and try singing in a language that’s more comfortable for you for now.

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  4. Hiya! 😀 I’ve been watching all of your vocal tip videos and trying to tune my ears to pick up things in singing lately! Granted, I can only speculate and hear the obvious stuff haha…

    So regarding that, I wanted to confirm something I’m hearing with you (it is super obvious but I don’t trust my ears ;;).
    In this performance (which you don’t have to listen to all the way, though I think it’s only about a minute), he’s basically singing with his throat, right? Like, throat tension and pushing? It literally makes my throat hurt throughout the entire thing, haha >A<)

    I just wanted to affirm whether that's right or not 😀 Thanks!

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      1. Woo, glad I got that haha.

        Okay…so here’s another question/observation thing… I thought I’d just reply here since I didn’t want to just randomly appear on Jung Dongha’s analysis.

        So, as I’ve listened to his many Immortal Song performances and solos, I’ve noticed that in some songs, he gets really nasal-sounding? Specifically in the choruses of 언젠가는 and 멀어진다.

        First of all, is it actually nasal? It’s very thin sounding and nasally to me, but is it maybe something else? It sounds very “bright”, at least (specifically at the 3:30 stamp in 언젠가는). And if it is nasal, could is be because of the vowels? It’s definitely on the 이 sounds in 언제가는, but in 멀어진다 it’s almost throughout the whole chorus.

        Second of all, is this is head voice maybe? (I really can’t tell the difference between the three voices haha. That’s one of my main goals as of now @.@)

        These are the songs I mentioned though!
        Around 1:45 when the chorus starts, and also around 2:20 he sounds nasally to me haha. (It’s the same in the studio version too)

        And I’m not exactly sure where to time stamp 언젠가는. Maybe 2:15? Also 3:30?

        kinda long sorry ;;

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      2. What’s the head voice time stamp? For the parts you mentioned, he sounds a bit edgy, slightly whiny for effect but not full on nasal. Everybody can get nasal but specifically this I’d call twangy over nasal, since it’s just a sound choice.

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      3. Ohh, I see! Thank you~

        As for the head voice… umm, maybe those same 2:20 (멀어진다) and 3:30 (언젠가는) stamps? I’m not really sure about the 2:20 one since it sounds fuller, but it’s still… up? (I have no clue what I’m saying omg) sounding?

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  5. Hi again ahmin! It’s been a while i did ask you few days ago but i wanna ask you again:
    1. I hear some songs are carrying out some pushing notes (i hope you get the point) like in the song “walking the moon – shut up and dance” (in the ref part, ‘shut up’), and in the song “BTOB – I’ll be your man” (in the ref part, ‘neol geurohke’), i will give you the example: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=yh3Zcam3rZM . It’s btob song, i’ll be your man. In the minutes 1:24 and 2:26, both hyunsik and changsub were shouting very hard, they sang from C#4 then jump into C5 in the part ‘dubeon dasin neol geurohke’ (almost one octave, that was amazing hahah). I wanna ask is there any way to sang that without shouting or pushing? Or should i use head voice than pushing my mix? Is that any possibility to sing it using mix voice without pushing?

    2. I know you are not taking any request, but can you give me a quick analysis of jeon woo sung from Noel? I’ll give you the links:
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hOYVzn7q36A (he is the second man from right). And this : https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HwCRDBBVDNI (he is the one who wear red shirt). From what i’ve heard, he is a baritone who sang very rough, throaty, and pushing. He is kind of similar with junhoe from ikon hahah. But i’d like to know your opinion and detail of his singing from you.
    Thank you so much ahmin, i hope you don’t get bored with me since i ask you many questions😊

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    1. Hi there! Let me see what I can do about your questions:

      1. See there’s one thing that’s odd about your question. Are you asking about this for yourself or for any given individual? Because obviously if the line is C#4 to C5, then a tenor who supports as high as C5 can handle this line but most tenors can’t. Why? Cause they can’t support C5. It’s possible to sing it without pushing or shouting if you have developed technique, but if you don’t then the healthiest way to do it is to use a very light mix or a head voice…that’s if you can’t support as high as C5.

      2. 2:11 up to B3 in the first video, he does support. 2:27 F#4 is throaty for sure yes. G#4’s throaty too. 4:04 B4 1:14 in the second video, he does have some support 1:26 1:33 Eb4’s, they lack support though but below that there’s some support. He’s a throaty baritone trying to sing like a tenor, I THINK. Not entirely sure, but he does seem like a baritone.

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  6. Hey, a month or two ago I asked about this video of KARD performing Oh Nana but I don’t think you replied. Not trying to put pressure on you guys so please don’t review it if you don’t have time but I’m just wondering how Somin (brunette/main vocalist) and Jiwoo (Blonde/Vocalist) are as vocalists, do they support at all? Somin definetly has better technique than Jiwoo but does she show much support at all? https://youtu.be/ftnwE8jlcKE

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    1. I found your comment and apparently I missed it, I apologize for that. This song doesn’t sit in a range that shows them off well, 0:59 C#5 is too high for them. They sound a bit nasal, but they do support from other videos I’ve heard. This one is just not a good example of it. Jinwoo is more nasal than Somin it seems.

      Somin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOpHPGvNiT0
      Jiwoo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mz01Fe7HPys

      “1:16 C5 in Stupid In Love, it wasn’t bad but it’s difficult to hear the quality of sound cause the bass is too loud in this video so the voices are distorted. The blonde girl doesn’t have as round of tone production as the other girl. I’m so sorry I took so long to be able to answer this question by the way, I was trying to avoid video questions until I was done with finishing Park Hyoshin’s vocal analysis.

      Bb4 0:10 and B4 for Somin sounds fine, she support with a bit of closing of her throat around the B4’s the second time around but it may have been a diction thing or vowel problem, but she is not bad at all. Jiwoo also supports, I take it back cause the quality of sound is clearer but she sounds nice too, though the key was different and she was singing G#4’s and A4’s so there’s less for me to go by with this. They both sound like they support, so that’s already going really well for them.”

      “Again I dont really have time right now but I’m watching Saving All My Love, 0:47 and 0:52 the C#5’s are kind of shouted already, they have a more even mix, not very chest-dominant, but the tension isn’t being addressed and she isn’t supporting well, the larynx isn’t neutral. 1:43 the E5 could be a true head voice, but it sounds kind of disconnected, too falsetto-y. 1:54 that run was a slide, she didn’t even try to hit the right notes. Same for “whole” 2:06. 2:14 that E5 was just shouted.

      As for Problem “head in the clouds got no weight on my SHOULDERS” “I’ve GOT” F5 and then F5 ~ G5. I mean let’s be real, Ariana shouldn’t sing this song because she’s straining all of it, so why should anybody else yknow? It’s too high. “Tell Me Tell Me Baby” C#5’s, and they’re already kind of strained, the F5’s and G5’s are just shouted basically yes. She has a really pretty voice though, she’s a pretty girl but nobody should be singing Problem. “

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      1. Thank you so much! So it seems for now Jiwoo is a safe weak to average and Somin is safe average, that’s a lot better than I expected aha! Thanks again and have a good day!

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  7. You guys are analyzing Mc the Max’s Lee Soo pretty soon right? Would he be another one of those vocalists who would be weak~ish. Cuz whenever I hear him sing, I honestly want to punch him in the throat.

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  8. hi. so, i just want to let you know that some of the lack-of-materials-so-it’s-hard-to-analyze girls have their own youtube channel now so maybe in the future they will give you guys more materials themselves. lol

    9MUSES – Keumjo

    Stellar – Hyoeun (and Jeonyul, but she’s not a vocalist so)

    Crayon Pop – Choa (and Way)

    (she sings @ 2:35 and 3:55. is it just me or she sounds better at the rehearsal?)

    also, how did they sound in this video? i feel like they’re all a bit better than usual here

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    1. Oh how nice! Thank you for the videos!

      I wish you had told me who was who cause I still don’t remember one by one but I’ll try. Oh I just noticed that they’re a 5 membered group now??? Wow that’s shocking in a way. So black hair Sojin, red hair Hyemi, pink hair Keumjo and blonde hair Kyungri? 0:08 Not that bad, just a bit of throat muscle being overly used, a bit of raspy tightness throughout a lot of phrased A4’s. 0:13 Quick B4, no support up there. 0:27 the falsetto transition wasn’t bad, but overall I hear just a bit too much tightness. 0:46 someone is pushing a bit too much and a bit too nasal. 0:52 Keumjo’s A4’s are better connected and have less tension overall. 1:07 her A3’s lack support though. 1:20 I hear a bit too much nasality and shallow quality coming from Hyemi. A4 is like their favorite note in this thing, all of them keep phrasing A4’s. 2:17 For a main dancer Sojin doesn’t sound too bad, she has enough connection but it is somewhat shallow in terms of support. 2:38 again the slight tightness on the A4’s, 2:41 and 2:48 B4’s again too much tension, they’re strained and whiny. 2:50 Keumjo’s B4’s are very slightly tight and not supported enough but the mixing in itself is quite nice and controlled. The range was very low, I don’t think they went above C#5 and probably didn’t really mix above B4 unless I missed a quick phrased note. That may be why this sounds better than usual.

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      1. np. 🙂 i really hope they’ll upload more videos so you have enough materials to analyze them before their groups disbanded tho. lol

        yeah 9MUSES are now a 5 membered group (maybe soon become 4 idk). and you’re right at guessing who is who. lol sorry i thought you already know because you’ve been asked about them a lot.
        thank you for the quick analysis 🙂 so i guess even keumjo is not an average vocalist?

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  9. Hey ahmin! i was wondering if you could do a quick analysis on junggigo in this video:

    His part is only a couple of minutes long and it starts at 0:11 and ends at 1:42

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    1. 1:32 G4, tight, heady. Most of the time he mixes only up to E4, and uses falsetto above that. He sounds tight when he mixes above E4. This is mostly airy falsetto and mixing throughout, narrow range, not many dynamics.

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  10. No I’m too late…I was hoping you’d do one for Rain. Oh well at least we’re getting a G.Soul analysis. Love your stuff even though I’m not very knowledgeable about it, keep it up 🙂

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  11. rip nct will be in 2018. it’s so long. huhuhuhu T^T

    but before 2018, do you mind to take a look this one? i really love his performance before debut in nct. Thanks in advance!

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      1. wops, sorry. is he hit high/low note perfectly or still need improvement? bcs its from pre-debut, maybe (later) if you make analysis about him, i can see about his improvement after debut.

        (is my question even make sense?)

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      2. He sounds well supported and relaxed throughout the first verse and chorus, he doesn’t really have any issues within that range, he only mixed as high as F4. 1:25 then the strain came afterwards with Bb4’s and 1:33 D5 and the E5 right after. Again it’s high for a soprano to be able to handle these notes, so to expect a tenor to sing those notes well is not reasonable at all. I’ve seen this video before, it’s not the first time it’s being asked about. So he is not singing the notes perfectly at all, but it’s understandable for some of them.

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  12. Hi there vocal analyzers, I know KNK’s already on your list but I just wanted to offer this video as material for Youjin and Inseong if you haven’t seen it already~ I also wanted to know your thoughts on the performance as a whole if possible! It was one of my favorite songs back in the og DB5K days :’)

    Also I was wondering if there were any thoughts at the moment who you think is the better vocalist so far impression wise between Youjin and Inseong?

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    1. 2:37 Inseong sounds like he’s straining an F4, so that’s not a good sign. In the chorus they keep pushing and shouting Bb4’s, with a lot of tension. It seems like KNK really regard DBSK highly and like to cover their songs, but unfortunately I have yet to hear any of them support above F4, if F4 at all. 3:31 Bb4, so much tension and pushing. Very pitchy runs for Youjin as well. 3:52 F#4 very pushed again, again I have yet to hear them support above F4 so not good impressions thus far.

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  13. I found some army/ jung kook fans comment on jung dongha’s video. They said if dongha never could sing high like jung kook. Is that true? I know dongha technique was more better than jung kook, but i’m still curious. I never listening to BTS song so i don’t know if jungkook has incredible high note like those fans said.

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    1. Well we have analyses on both Jungkook and Jung Dongha. Not only does Jung Dongha mix higher than Jungkook, his head voice has also gone higher than Jungkook’s ever has. That’s bout it, since technique and range aren’t mutually exclusive. I don’t understand why Army’s would be commenting on Jung Dongha’s video, that’s kinda random.

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  14. So I just saw this video of Seungkwan singing his 4 high notes from Pretty U during a fansign. What do you think ? I can hear him strain pretty clearly during their live performances but I feel like he sounded better here ? Also did he start a little lower than in the actual song or are my ears tricking me ?
    It’s at 0:55 in this video

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    1. I think the original is Bb C Eb F, this was A, B, D, E. So he sang a semitone below there was less strain cause he started on A4, which wasn’t far from support but everything after that was just strain.

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      1. Wow thank you for the quick reply 🙂 also since I’m on a Seventeen streak right now, here are some more material from this fansign for their future analysis (I know it’s not anytime soon but you’ll have those on hand, hope it’ll be useful ^^).

        And I don’t know if this one will be that useful since it’s super short and during a radio show but it’s so rare to hear them sing in the lower spectrum (around 0:15 for SK and 0:47 for DK).

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  15. so will any other members of GFriend besides Yuju be analyzed? Or is she the only one who’s not weak (a la Block B and Taeil sorta situation)?

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  16. Hi Ahmin, can you follow my thoughts?

    00:56 Yerin is shallow and can’t support, but she is singing at least, right?
    01:11 Can this be called musicality?
    01:26 This E5 sounds somewhat less strained than others before but still strained

    Thanks in advance!

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    1. 0:56 singing at least? I mean …yes? She is singing. No support, yes. 1:11 Musicianship you mean? Sure, a very simple change can be very effective. 1:26 I disagree, I’ve heard E5’s by her that were less shouty.

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    1. I’m sorry but I don’t really understand your question. The rules are stated below the list, so that should answer the question “why.” And what happens to them? They’re not going to be analyzed, that’s it.

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      1. Well hi, so if you’re untrained, there is a lot to talk about when it comes to vocal improvement. Your mix is fairly heady, it lacks roundness, you don’t have much of a chest voice. You’re singing all these songs at a very fast tempo. You don’t have a very well developed sense of support yet. You sound really tight the higher you sing, slightly nasal. 0:33 runs are really just sliding. There are issues with tension and of course singing in a language you’re not fluent in can cause you to have issues with how you sing. You have a cute sound, very few issues with pitch. 1:21 You sang that very lightly, you lost power and openness. You are not breathing deeply enough, you also lack diction. I’m sorry dear but this is a bit too long.

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  17. HI, I just found this live of Lee Seunggi and I wondered what you thought of him. Would you call him a good singer?
    About his partner, I don’t think she fits in the kpop genra, but I was wondering what you thought of her here (to me she sounded awesome but I don’t have any technic ). she starts singing at 10.02

    Thanks a lot for all of your hard work!

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    1. Lee Sunhee is going to be analyzed soon actually, she’s on the future analyses list already. She’s a K-Contemporary vocalist, we don’t analyze only idols. From what I heard she strains and pushes a lot above C#5, whereas he sings almost exclusively from his throat. I don’t want to guess any ratings until their analyses come out, I hope you understand.

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  18. Hi, it’s been awhile since I last singing and I finally try 11:11 as you suggest me to, can you try listen 2 of my covers below, how did I do here and what note do I support, because I don’t know what note do I do, I even didn’t know what is Bb3 or A3 or whatsoever name😂? Thanks again, this is the links:

    TWICE 1 to 10 – https://www.smule.com/recording/twice-트와이스-1-to-10-clean-inst/664069067_1031180008
    Taeyeon 11:11 – https://www.smule.com/recording/taeyeon-girls-generation-11-11/664069067_1052313794

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    1. Hi there dear. I actually did see your other comment that you posted but I didn’t have time to reply to it. You didn’t have to repost the comment but it’s good that you did anyway. Let me respond. 1 to 10 is kind of similar to just how you usually sing, nasal, bright, really edgy and girly of an approach. You sound young, you lack the chestier quality, you lack fulness, you lack roundness in tone. It’s just VERY forward, very bright and it lacks more bass qualities. It’s very full of treble. In 11:11 funnily enough it’s still egdy and kind of bright even though it’s a fairly low range compared to the other songs you sang before. You sound very nasal again, your pitch is nice and you’re pretty connected, you just have a very whiny placement and a lack of proper blend of placements. 11:11 is a comfortable range so there’s no real strain either. You need to focus on making your tone rounder and fuller, while eliminating nasality.

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      1. So I even did bad in this cover, have you listen to my cover of 1 to 10 too? Is it still the same problem? May I ask that if we’re wearing a braces, does it effect our voice that it sounds nasal? Because my mom have been said since last year that I sounds kinda nasal even when I’m talking so I’m just wonder if it’s too bad, nonetheless thanks again for replying~ Guess what? I kind of expect for you to point out my nasality here cuz even I think that this is not a good cover lol.

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      2. Well if you yourself can hear your own flaws that’s a good start, now it’s time to start working on them!! I don’t think braces can cause you to sound nasal but it could get in the way of your diction.

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  19. Hey. I don’t want to add on to the list or anything but whenever you get time, would you consider analyzing these kpop singers (I’m pretty sure all of them are contemporary kpop artists):
    Shin Seung Hun
    Kangta
    Sechskies
    Moon Hee Jun
    Im Tae Kyung
    Hong Kyung Min
    No pressure or anything just wondering if you guys will analyze them when you get enough time

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  20. Hello! I was wondering if you’re familiar with Crush given he’s not on the list (I’m aware I can’t make a request at this time). He sung “Beautiful” for the Goblin kdrama and also “Sofa” the song that so many k-artists covered. Do you think you could perhaps give me a brief take on his technique and voice? Thanks!

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