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Official Vocals thread (READ OP FIRST)

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I have a question? Would Sandeul of B1A4 be considered a dramatic tenor???

 

No he doesn't have a "huge" sound and his voice isn't heavy enough. He's a lyric tenor.

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No he doesn't have a "huge" sound and his voice isn't heavy enough. He's a lyric tenor.

His voice isn't heavy??? So what about Onew? is that heavy enough?

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please have more mercy on everyone who post questions here. 

and thanks a lot for answering the questions in the previous thread.

you guys will be even more awesome this time around ;D

and hopefully not another dead thread.

 

~sincerely from a frequent lurker  :)~

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Hell Yeah!!! finally \0/

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thanx Zhx for the thread, i know it will be as helpfull and informative and the other one tumblr_inline_mm64t9jVpn1qz4rgp.png

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His voice isn't heavy??? So what about Onew? is that heavy enough?

 

His voice isn't very heavy. Neither is Onew's.  I can't think of a dramatic tenor in pop music, but Michael Bolton is possibly a spinto tenor, so a dramatic tenor would have more weight than him. Clearly, Onew and Sandeul's voice are lighter than his voice if you skip to listen to the weight of his voice and compare it to these two.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32YLkdk7-6U

 

 

 

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His voice isn't heavy??? So what about Onew? is that heavy enough?

No. None in the Kpop have heavy voices. 98% of the male idols are Lyric Tenors.

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The previous thread was dead when the mods moved it to the wrong section tbh

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The previous thread was dead when the mods moved it to the wrong section tbh

 

They just moved it to the lobby.  D;

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so who is full lyric tenor among kpop males? can't think of any as of now (I don't listen to male voices that much lol)

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so who is full lyric tenor among kpop males? can't think of any as of now (I don't listen to male voices that much lol)

 

Probably K.Will.

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thanks, keep up the good work zhx :)

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Thanks for making the thread zhx, I'll stay active on here.

 

 

His voice isn't heavy??? So what about Onew? is that heavy enough?

No, his voice is too light to be a dramatic. He doesn't possess the loudness of a dramatic.

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His voice isn't very heavy. Neither is Onew's.  I can't think of a dramatic tenor in pop music, but Michael Bolton is possibly a spinto tenor, so a dramatic tenor would have more weight than him. Clearly, Onew and Sandeul's voice are lighter than his voice if you skip to listen to the weight of his voice and compare it to these two.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32YLkdk7-6U

 

 

 

1:09

Ok I see what you mean...

 

 

Thanks for making the thread zhx, I'll stay active on here.

 

 

No, his voice is too light to be a dramatic. He doesn't possess the loudness of a dramatic.

Oh I see. thanks yall

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lol Pandayeu XD welcome \0/

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Thanks for picking this vocal thread back up :-).

 

Quick question, I understand the vocal fry register is lower than your modal voice. Is the vocal fry register the same as a lower register? It seems vocal fry is bad, while lower register is good? Clarification please.

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Thanks for picking this vocal thread back up :-).

 

Quick question, I understand the vocal fry register is lower than your modal voice. Is the vocal fry register the same as a lower register? It seems vocal fry is bad, while lower register is good? Clarification please.

 

No. Lower register is basically accessible using your lower chest voice, not vocal fry. Though some people might use vocal fry to access very low notes, that can be indeed unhealthy (they can lose part of their range). Also, it's not counted as part of a person's range. 

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