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Lee hong ki, ha hyun woo and yoon do hyun (Korean rock vocalists)


These 3 are vocalists for their own respective bands. I think their vocals are really good. I'd like to know what you guys thing of them.


  • DannyOc3anDannyOc3an 2.0 PRO, 3.0 Streaming Posts: 668
    edited June 2021
    First guy to sing (guy in blue) : Singing from his throat, sound like he's straining. Not supported. Supported sound should sound like a strong thick sound, you can hear the throat tension in the sound. That is what you should not do.
    Guy in red: Same thing, sound from the throat, very fragile sound, throat produced, kinda "sounds" like it's alright but if you apply this technique and sing 4-5 songs with some power you wouldn't last a night.
    What's missing is the "snap" from the diaphgram to produce a supported sound, they are just yelling their throats off.
    They come and go from a supported version to a not supported version.. Ideally you should avoid this type of inconsistency, if you want to preserve your voice, and have a correct placement of your vowels ever after. Try to learn the difference between a throatty sound and a supported sound, the latter being more guttural
  • AliAli Pro, 2.0 PRO Posts: 67
    @DannyOc3an I think it’s stylistic because listen to this. This is the first singer very supported and can produce great sounds low and high. https://youtu.be/K7ZuaZeuCyE

    The second singer I really like his tonal quality here is a live performance by him that I enjoy. https://youtu.be/N5NF4AMyxQ4
  • DannyOc3anDannyOc3an 2.0 PRO, 3.0 Streaming Posts: 668
    I agree mate, there's definitely a big difference in the tonal quality of the live version... They may want to give another impression in the studio version and on top of that usually there's more processing than live which heavily affects the tone.. You can tell the thickness of the tone, it's like they must give it all live instead of depending on the post processing.. maybe it's even a matter of being more comfortable in the scenario than in a studio environment... That's why I like to listen to live performances in order to have a good grasp on the singers ability
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