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 then they shall be considered for an analysis.

We only analyze up to 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 up to half of the vocalists in that group. So in this case only up to 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.

We only analyze vocalists with sufficient material for an analysis. Therefore groups that debuted more recently, such as in 2016 and 2017, 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.

With trendy TV shows like Idol School and Produce 101, we must inform you we will NOT analyze temporary groups as there will not be enough material within their one year together to write a full analysis for their main/lead vocalists. These vocalists shall be analyzed once they re-debut under a solo stage name or under another group in the future, following the guidelines provided above regarding material, positions and relevancy within their groups.

Updating Analyses

2018

Pandayeu

Kim SoHyang

New Analyses

2018 (Priority Analyses)

Pandayeu

(2015 debuts)

Gfriend’s Yuju

Ahmin3

(2012 debuts)

Melody Day’s YeoEun

Tahiti’s Jerry

(2013 debuts)

TOPP DOGG’s Sangdo

(2014 debuts)

Dreamcatcher’s Siyeon and/or Yoohyeon

Laboum’s Soyeon

Sonamoo’s Minjae & High.D

(2015 debuts)

April’s Chaewon

CLC’s Seunghee

Day6’s Sungjin

iKON’s Junhoe

Monsta X’s Kihyun

Oh My Girl’s Seunghee

Seventeen’s DK, Seungkwan

TWICE’s Jihyo

UP10TION’s Hwanhee and/or Sunyul

2018

Pandayeu

Juniel

Kim Dahyun

Ahmin3

4Men’s Shin Yongjae

Guckkasten’s Ha Hyunwoo

Gummy

Hwang Chiyeol

Kim Bumsoo

Kim Dongryul

Kim Tae Woo

Lee Younghyun

The One

Park Kiyoung

SG WANNABE’s Kim Jinho

Shinhwa’s Shin Hyesung

Seo Moon Tak

TOPP DOGG’s Sangdo

Ulala Session’s Myunghoon

Yangpa

2019 ~ Indefinitely

Ahmin3

2Bic

A.Kor’s Jiyoung

April’s Jinsol

Astro’s MJ &/or Sanha

Baek Ahyeon

Bernard Park

Berry Good’s Taeha

Blackpink’s Rosé

BMK

Buzz’s Kyunghoon

CLC’s Sorn or Seungyeon

Cosmic Girls’ Yeonjung & Dawon

Crayon Pop’s Choa

Dean

Eric Nam

G.Soul

Gavy NJ’s Gunji

Gugudan’s Sejeong & Haebin

Ha Dong Kyun

Hanbyul

Han Dong Geun

Huh Gak

In Sooni

Jooyoung

Junggigo

Jungin

Kim Feel

Kim Jongkook

Kim Gunmo

Kim Juna

Kim Kyungho

KNK’s Inseong & Youjin

Lee Eunmi

Lee Juk

Lee Jung

Lee Michelle

Lee Seung Chul

Lee Seunggi

Lee Sora

Legend’s Listen

Lim Chang Jung

Lim Jaebum

Lim Junghee (J.Lim)

Lim Kim

Lovelyz’s Jin or Sujeong

Lyn

Madtown’s Lee Geon &/Or H.O.

Matilda’s Haena

Mr.Mr.’s Tey

Navi

NCT’s Stronger Vocalists

Nell’s Kim Jongwan

Norazo’s Lee Hyuk

Nine Muses’ Keumjo

Hyuko’s Oh Hyuk

Oh My Girl’s Hyojung

Paran’s Ace

Parc Jaejung

Park Boram

Phantom’s Sanchez

Pentagon’s Jinho & Hui

Playback’s Woolim

Pristin’s Sungyeon

Jooyi

Royal Pirates’ Moonchul

Rumble Fish’s Choi Jini

Se7en

Seo Ingook

SF9’s Inseong

So Chan Whee

Stellar’s Hyoeun

Sung Shi Kyung

Sunny Days’ Sunkyung

Sunnyhill’s Jubi

Tim

TWICE’s Nayeon and/or Jungyeon

UP10TION’s Hwanhee and/or Sunyul

Urban Zakapa’s Jo Hyuna and Kwon Soonil

Vibe’s Yoon Minsoo

Vromance’s stronger vocalists

Wheesung

Yoo Seungwoo

Yoon Do Hyun

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.

Regards,

Admin

11,647 thoughts on “Future Analyses (No Longer Taking Requests)

  1. Oh Taeil didn’t regress though, he brings support to his G#4 just fine and his placement/openness have never been consistent to begin with lol. In their last song (Save) the G#4 were fine and he wasn’t that nasal. Doyoung just surpassed him technique wise in mixing that’s all.
    Doyoung’s improvement in his mid belts is rather impressive. When you compare his pushed F#4 in Without You to his supported A4 in his Wendy cover with that well placed B4, it’s really striking. He has had his moments around G4/G#4 since predebut but never got consistent with it until last year.

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  2. I am quite excited to see the future singers especially Kim Gun Mo, and Sung Si Kyung and like at least 15 more, it’s a shame that the list has gotten so long lol, I would’ve requested Shin Seung Hun definitely, Jo Sung Mo, and Lee Seung Hwan too, but that’d be asking for too much, keep up the good work it was fun reading these analysis on singers I was curious about.

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  3. Damn this website has me wanting to see even more of singer analysis, one singer I would like to see would be Jo Kwan Woo too.

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  4. Laboum has been promoting Journey to Atlantis again, years after the original release. Has there been any improvement in their main vocal? At the very least, they all look well rested compared to their radio show appearance years ago. So even if there isn’t technical improvement I think they sound a lot better

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  5. I made short Ha hyunwoo vocal analysis haha
    Voice type
    Tenor
    Vocal range
    B1~B5(4 octaves,1 semitone)
    Supported range
    A2/Bb2~A4/Bb4
    A2/Bb2~G5(with head voice)
    Strengths/Achievement
    • Head voice is very well connected and often resonant
    • Head voice is supported up to G5
    • Mix voice is resonant up to A4/Bb4
    • Has sung well placed notes above his supported range
    • Chest voice is supported down to A2/Bb2
    • Uses relaxed fry register with good sense
    • Learned to lighten up and brighten up his tone over the years for better resonance/projection/ease
    • Shows great control of dynamics and placement
    • Can mix in the fifth octave for long periods of time without fatigue
    Points for improvement
    • Larnyx position is often too high
    • Mix voice shows a lot of tension above A4/Bb4
    • Head voice is strained above G5
    • Chest voice loses support below A2/Bb4
    • Tends to present nasality(arguably stylistic)
    • Often too rocky and tends to sing outside of supported range
    • Vocal fry is used too much

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    1. We’re definitely getting a Yoohyeon analysis for sure (if they resume back again) since she’s the strongest vocalist and the only one who actually supports (I believe she supports B3-A4/Bb4 if my memory is serving me well…it’s not exactly “strong” per se, but it’s there) in Dreamcatcher.

      For Siyeon, she doesn’t support her voice at all: the difference between her and Yoohyeon is more significant than the gap between the rest of the members despite the general consensus lol. From what I’ve seen so far, they don’t write analyses for vocalists who don’t support unless they’re like super popular or overrated. So for Siyeon, I think it can go either way (she doesn’t support, but at the same time some people (especially fans) think she’s one of the best in the 3rd gen lol and she’s the main vocalist of the group…so we’ll see).

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  6. Damn this website is so amazing, but what makes it so hard for me is just waiting till vocal analysis on my favorite singer’s are gonna be here, lol what’s worse to me personally though is that I still keep listening to more and more kpop and I’ve been getting into even more singers. A recent one is Byun Jin sub, I would totally request Byun Jin Sub if I could.

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  7. I wonder if you’ll reconsider analysing SHINee’s Key, especially now I think that he’s more stable than Taemin (in my non-expert hearing), though I know that you will only analyze up to half of the vocalists in a group, and only the strongest half.

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  8. Hi!

    Curious about something regarding Winter and NingNing from aespa. We’ve already established that these two have some form of support, at the very least within the fourth octave.

    Obviously though most of the big high notes of ‘Savage’ (their latest single) are in the fifth octave – where they don’t quite support yet. ( “Normal” )

    However, I find their voices to have…a “quality” that almost make them “”sound”” more “”supported”” than the usual idols who will just flat out strain a F#5, for example. The only “variables” I can think of that would give me this “”impression”” of a “”better supported sound”” (although it isn’t) would be:

    a) an open throat
    b) a lifted soft palette
    c) vibrato

    I do think the vibrato, even if not natural (it’s a little bit wobbly) since not supported, is present, but I don’t think that’s the reason I feel this way.

    So I guess my question is… **Do the aespa vocalists sing with a lifted soft palette (for the most part) or do they keep their throat open, even if tension arises somewhere else (high larynx, for example)?**

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  9. I still visit from time to time to read your analysis, I hope to see the team back with more updates soon!
    Can’t wait for you guys to get to Kihyun from Monsta X. I think he’s the first vocalist since Kyuhyun from SJ that’s really impressed and delighted me whenever I hear him sing.

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