About & Our Criteria




Vocal Analyses




This blog was made with the intent to share knowledge and share vocal analyses from different vocalists in K-pop. Nobody in the blog is a hater or an anti-fan. The analyses give positive and negative points and are all constructive criticism, nobody is telling you to hate or not listen to your favorite idol vocalist. We’re only letting you know what their vocal skill based on what vocal technique and music theory is from a musically professional standpoint. If you’re confused about rankings, categories and such, click the about and our criteria page. This post will also include the information existing in that page if you’re unwilling to click through just click read more. Otherwise click About & Our Criteria and most questions should be answered. We try to back up all our points with substantial evidence from the singers’ performances, we thoroughly listen to their performances from past and present. No one in this blog claims to be an expert, we’re all learning and everyday we learn more and more, just as we respect your opinions, please respect ours, which were influenced by the knowledge we have and the way we’ve been taught. Thank you.


This blog is dedicated to compile vocal analyses done by our contributors in order to satisfy everyone’s curiosity regarding their idols’ vocal. The analysis will be based solely on VOCAL TECHNIQUE, not tone, timbre, emotions, stage presence, etc.

The analysis might change according to their latest performance.

If you would like your idol to be analyzed feel free to drop the question in the comment box. If you feel that the analysis is not accurate, you could suggest a video or recording and give us the reasoning behind your disagreement. We will gladly alter the vocal analysis page of the respective idol if your reasoning behind it is proven.

Comments will be moderated. Constructive discussion are welcome. Bashful and hateful comments will be deleted. Every idol mentioned here are talented in their own way. Even so, we are focusing solely on their vocal capabilities and we try our best to give an objective analysis regarding the matters.

So far, we will use this system as our judging criteria. We will elaborate more once it’s established. It goes from best to worst.


A key of a song means within the key signature of the song. There are 12 notes in total, C C#/Db D D#/Eb E F F#/Gb G G#/Ab A A#/Bb B and back to C, completing one full octave. A tone is from a note up two semitones, so the distance between C and C#/Db is a semitone, whereas C and D are a full note apart. A major Key will follow a tone tone semitone tone tone tone semitone pattern, so C major is C D E F G A B C. Although there are no sharps or flats between E and F or B and C, they’re a semitone apart. # stands for sharp and b stands for flat and whether or not you name a note sharp or flat depends on the key, i.e. C# major and Db major are the same key with different names, C# D# E# F# G# A# B# C# and Db Eb F Gb Ab Bb C Db, on a piano the same notes are played, just with different names.

Being able to stay in pitch and in key. Good intonation means not going sharp, flat or singing a note that isn’t within the chord progression and/or key of the song. Going sharp means slightly above the pitch but not really hitting a note above, so like a note in between C and C#, and flat means a note that’s slightly below pitch, so a note in between C and B, for example.

Tonality/Tone Production
The way tone and sound is produced through good support. The voice comes out stable, without any laryngeal restriction nor tension, tone is clean and has the true sound of the individual’s voice type, without an uncentered pitch, excessive breathiness, nasality and tension.

The shift between two notes rapidly within, normally, a sustained note. The difference between the notes is usually less than a semitone. A forced throaty vibrato is usually produced artificially by using the throat, instead of the natural vibrato that comes out once the vocal cords are relaxed with good breath support.

The stability of the voice, meaning it’s not off pitch and it doesn’t sound wobbly, shaky and unsupported.

Chest voice, lowest range. Head voice, highest range. Mixed voice, the belting area of the voice.

How the individual vocalist uses their correct breathing technique with the diaphragm to better support, project and hold their voice together.

Placement vs Resonance vs Projection
Resonance is the optimum sound a vocalist should focus on when singing. It is a full, clean and round sound that won’t sound thin, constricted or small. A vocalist who’s resonant will use different types of placements, i.e. their voice will be placed either in their chest, head or mask (cheekbones area, not nose) to project their voice, in each individual register. A vocalist may be able to be resonant in their mixed voice by normally placing their voice in their mask with chest resonance, or as they go higher, with head resonance. A resonant sound is always going to be a projected sound, now resonance doesn’t mean loud, because a loud sound maye still be pushed and strained. You may project but still have tension, but in true resonance tension should not be present.

Vocal Range vs Supported Range vs Tessitura
Vocal range means the individual’s lowest singable note to the individual’s highest singable note.  A tessitura will depend on the individual’s voice type and where their voice sits most comfortably, shines the most and could project the best. A supported range includes notes outside the tessitura where the individual’s voice type may not be naturally inclined to project well in, however so due to the vocalist’s own ability, they’re able to still maintain tone production, support, projection and stability. e.g In classical music, sopranos’ tessituras are something in between A3/C4 to  A5/C6, however in contemporary music a soprano singing as high as C6 is very uncommon and unnecessary; a contemporary soprano, for an example Hyorin, is able to keep resonance consistently up until E5 or F5, which is almost ideal for a soprano who should be able to carry that resonance up until A5 without a problem. However so she’s also able to sing down to F#3/G3 with correct support, which although is outside her voice type’s natural tessitura, she’s still able to keep support and projection down there.

Musicianship is the act of changing any song given to you and making it your own, usually on the spot. This includes melodic changes, rhythmic changes and added embellishments. Musicality is the act of interpreting music correctly according to each individual genre of music, by adding the correct use of vocal effects (e.g. raspiness, breathiness, growls, vocal runs, vibrato) and playing with the song musically by adding dynamics (e.g. singing softly, loudly, powerfully on the right moments of each song).

A musical phrase usually will last a couple of bars. During a phrase, the melody may be played/sung smoothly connected without every note sounding chopped up, whereas staccato means emphasizing every single note separately with minor less than a second breaks in between every note. Legato is the most basic form of singing through correct breath control and support.

Vocal agility is an embellishment and it means, being able to sing many notes accurately and quickly, by separating each individual note while still being able to connect them within one sung vowel. Those are usually called melismas or vocal runs.



Excellent Vocalist

  • All three registers are developed
  • Supported as close as possible from their highest to lowest extremities
  • Within their Voice Type’s tessitura they are consistently resonant
  • Complete support in the middle register and lower register
  • For females head voice must be completely resonant at will; for males falsetto must be completely supported
  • Connection in the voice with no noticeable breaks when transitions are being made
  • Ability to do agile runs at decent speeds
  • Musicianship the ability to change a song and make it their own and Musicality having complete control over the voice in any given genre
  • Almost perfect intonation
  • Tonality is almost never lost



  • Developed registers, but one register may be lacking in development.
  • Optimal resonance is achieved on a regular basis.
  • Supported is present in all registers, but maybe not to their lowest and highest extremes
  • Within in their voice type’s tessitura they are resonant and well projected, but not as resonant and well projected as Excellent vocalist
  • Connection in the voice with no noticeable breaks
  • Agility is present
  • Great interpretation skills (Musicianship), but Musicality may not be as finely tuned as Excellent vocalist
  • Intonation is almost perfect
  • Tonality is almost never lost


  • One very well developed register or two well developed registers, with the others either being Average or Above Average
  • Optimal Resonance often, but at times is not always achieved
  • Within their vocal type’s tessitura they are resonant and supported, but tonality can be lost at times.
  • Connection between registers is not always present
  • Some agility, but runs and transitions are not always controlled
  • Interpretation skills are present, has show musicality
  • Good intonation rarely goes off
  • At times can lose tonality by rarely does


  • One well developed or two/three somewhat developed register well balanced
  • Consistently supported within their supported range
  • Resonates at times, but optimal resonance is not a regular occurrence
  • Connection between the registers is not present
  • Intonation is not perfect, off-key moments happen at times
  • Good tonality isn’t always kept, strain and tension are apparent at times

Above Average

  • One somewhat developed register with the others being average or weak
  • Inconsistent with resonance
  • Even in their supported range strain and tension can be present
  • Nasality can be present within the voice at times
  • Intonation issues can be frequent


  • No register is developed considerably well
  • Inconsistent with support, and if at all resonance, even if occasional resonance has happened
  • Good tonality is not present at all times, nasal placement is normally used
  • Frequent intonation issues


  • No developed registers
  • Very inconsistent with support, strain,no resonance
  • Good tonality is not present
  • Out off tune singing is frequent


  • No support, not a vocalist basically

FYI, Among KPOP idols there is NO ONE who is considered Excellent/Amazing/Fantastic vocal-wise (Imagine Maria Callas, Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston as amazing/fantastic). They are Great/Good at best.

For further question you can ask the contributors directly at this forum

OneHallyu vocals’ thread






245 thoughts on “About & Our Criteria

  1. I really enjoy your blog and I’ve been a fan since I first wanted to improve my singing. I’ve learned a lot about singing and of course the abilities of kpop stars which is really impressive! i have already recommended this blog to all my kpop loving friends. Love what you do!

  2. Ahmin, I have a question. I was sustaining notes with my chest voice from notes C#4-F4, then I felt a strong buzz in my chest and my vibrato is really rolling and even. Is it resonance or what?

    • I’m not sure bout the vibrato and the resonance Bcuz I didn’t hear if you were straining but if u felt the vibration in your chest then you were placing your voice well and using the right resonance chamber to project it .. Even with correct placement of air it’s possible for the throat to be tight and for you to strain though

      • Thanks :) I’ve been belting in full chest voice and I really struggle to find my mixed voice. How can I find it?

      • You have to do 2 things, one try to bring your head voice down with some exercises and make it blend better, then use lighter N based exercises such as Nah and Nehng and it will help you lighten up your mix while not switching into head voice

  3. Not sure if this is the appropriate place to ask this question but I’ve been curious as to whether or not Yonghwa’s “screaming” in these two videos have a name. What kind of technique is it?

    • I had no idea he could do that. That’s a very rock-y kinda thing, it’s a mixed voice belt that requires a lot of mask placement and mixing, he’s squeezing his throat a lot to do it actually and is straining but he’s getting the right rocky sound out of it and in a way, that’s the sound he’s going for. I’m not sure if there’s a name for it though.

      • Ahmin, thanks for the quick reply! Guess there isn’t really a name for it then, I haven’t had luck researching online either. Just curious, thanks for the information on how he does it though. You and your team do a great job, keep it up!

    • I’m not very sure of the name but i had inspired notably by people like the main vocalist of Steelheart, Lee Hyuk of Norazo & sometimes Noel’s Sung Kyu, to try it out the technique. Took me about 3 months to find the right position & placement to do the scream. I’m still at the primitive stage of trying out this technique but i felt like the shift from chest voice to mix & to head voice with added of correct little squeezing with throat actually does not hurt at all, only felt very breathless at the end of it..

    • I’m not sure if there are any in K-POP. Mezzos I mean. I’m sure there are but I’m not sure who. Well, Sonya she’s not really an idol singer but she’s a singer she seems to be competent I’ve only heard her sing a couple of times.

  4. Can I ask you about the notes Baekhyun was singing with falsetto in the adlibs of the last chorus of Moonlight ^^
    and I really love your blog keep the hardwork guys and don’t care for haters

    • @baek1 I saw a post about it on OneHallyu’s Vocal Thread, and apparently, Baekhyun and Chen both use “Falsettone” or something along those lines, during the last chorus’ adlibs. Can’t remember what that is, though :/

    • Because that’s not a musical term, it’s just an English word meaning someone who is able to deliver musically and technically the same way as often as possible, it just means consistent, or inconsistent. Do they sometimes sing well or are they consistently showing good technique. That’s all it is.

  5. Oh thanks
    and there is a thing I’ve been reading lately and it was concerned about that male singers can go to their highest extremity of their vocal range by falsetto and/or head voice
    but other articles say that they can only with head voice
    so what is the most common register to contain the highest notes of one male’s range
    PS : keep the hardwork <3

    • Ah usually comments go as under moderation before you do get to be like approved once, then you’ll just always be approved. It’s just a thing in the blog. Okay so basically head voice and falsetto essentially are produced similarly in the same part of the voice, but falsetto is also theoretically its own register where the vocal folds don’t touch completely and produce a thinner, less connected sound overall. But either way your highest note can come out in head voice or falsetto regardless of you being a girl or a guy or using either register. Also your placement questions, basically.. you have to listen for the tone, is it a nasal/closed tone? Is it a full thicker heavier tone? Is it a heavier lighter tone? Or is a full yet bright tone? That’s mixing + placement.

      @3:56 Eunji’s tone is slightly too thin and even in her mix a bit too light, it’s not nasal or anything it’s just heady. It’s a bit head placed and heady in terms of mix

      This one shows a fuller either more balanced mix or a chestier mix, but it’s mostly placed in her head, where it’s projecting like through her forehead in terms of the cavities she’s using to place the sound.

      Here Ailee @1:46 she belts and uses a chestier mix and more chest placed sound overall.

      Her sound here in the verse is just through her nose. It’s just like literally in her nose.

    • It’s right there, in the criteria… like did u read that part?
      Tonality/Tone Production
      The way tone and sound is produced through good support. The voice comes out stable, without any laryngeal restriction nor tension, tone is clean and has the true sound of the individual’s voice type, without an uncentered pitch, excessive breathiness, nasality and tension.

    • Again, that is in there. It’s the same as melismas, go on the last one and read “agility”. Here lemme copy-paste it for you “Agility
      Vocal agility is an embellishment and it means, being able to sing many notes accurately and quickly, by separating each individual note while still being able to connect them within one sung vowel. Those are usually called melismas or vocal runs.”

      • I read it of course
        but wherever I go people differenciate between mzelismas and vocal runs like they’re so different embelishments !

      • But that’s wrong, they’re the same thing, just different words. Many notes connected in a legato note over one sung vowel, that’s a vocal run, which is also a melisma.

  6. Hey! I was just wondering out of pure curiosity, who do you think the best group is? In terms of each members vocals, and the technique when they sing togehter. Something along the lines of that. No talking about stange pressence and whatnot. Boy and girl group? Also, what kind of style do you prefer listening to?

    • I personally prefer ballads, R&B, musical, pop. I believe the strongest male groups are SuJu KRY and 2AM and female are Davichi, 15&, BEG, SeeYa.

  7. ”A contemporary soprano, for an example Hyorin, is able to keep resonant consistently up until E5 or F5, which is almost ideal for a soprano who should be able to carry that resonance up until A5 without a problem.”

    I don’t understand one thing. Do you mean it is ideal for a soprano to be resonant in head voice until A5 or it is ideal for soprano to be able to belt a A5 with resonance?

    • Belt. A soprano at a great or excellent level should be able to comfortably and consistently carry resonance up until A5 with a nicely developed mixed voice. Now not every soprano should go that high nor even higher, like Sohyang can go up to C6, Aretha up to D6 (even though she is a hybrid voice type), but even then A5 is like a good enough note and you don’t need much higher. Mariah Carey is able to keep resonance up until A5, so I’m saying basically Hyorin can carry her resonance up pretty high and it’s almost at the best most consistent point, but it could even go higher if she were to train even more. Does that make more sense?

      • Yes, thank you.
        Isn’t Mariah Carey consistently resonant till G5/G#5?
        I guess consistently being resonant till A5 seems unnecessary in kpop songs and hard.
        Again, thank you.

      • She’s consistently resonant up until A5 as far as I’m aware and it really is unnecessary. just getting E5s would be a good goal for most kpop soprano vocalists lol

  8. Hey ^_^
    Can you please take a look at this performance , it’s pretty artistic and I’d like to know your opinion about her technique in here

    and where did the Future Projects section disappear ?

    • It’s still there if you use the kpopvocalanalysis.wordpress.com/future-projects/ link to get there, but Im not the master of the editing thing so I cant include a link to it like it was before. I think this performance was very nice, very powerful, very resonant and well thought of. Very delicate in its performance delivery, but her upper notes like D5’s were slightly tight and her Eb5s were just tight. Her notes on C#5 and below were so good, super resonant and the dynamic delivery she was showing was just very powerful. Her A3’s were also nice and supported.

  9. This singer is the death of me lately
    like she’s so good like she’s resonant whenever she opensher mouth and her embelishments are quite good
    if only she was old enough in the industry so she would have many material performances >_>

  10. Hello there, could you please do DGNA (The Boss)’s vocal ranges? Preferably Mika and Hyunmin. They’re a really underrated group vocal wise.

    TriTops are also an amazing vocal group. Really, really underrated. Their strongest vocalist is Ilgun I believe followed by Hyungmoon.

    • Their vocal ranges or vocal analyses? I don’t know about their vocal ranges, it’d take listening to a lot of their songs to find their lowest and highest notes, the analyses are easier to finish.

  11. Finding this blog for me was like finally seeing the light lol
    I mean I used to be easily awed by certain idols but now I know there is a lot more to singing and that it isn’t just about belting a couple of high notes. Though it’s sometimes too technical for me to fully understand, I think I have an overall better judgment of their vocal abilities thanks to you :)
    I hope you don’t mind me asking but I’ve always liked this performance by Lee Hyuk on Immortal Song and now I wonder if my admiration is caused by a real prowess on his part or if it’s just me being blinded (deafened?) by my lack of knowledge. How do you analyse this?

    • I’ll have to only answer this quickly, but yeah thank you for your support! ^ ^ Lee Hyuk has a very well developed mixed register and he uses a very rocky edgy sound when singing, it’s actually resonant and opened with a stylistic raspiness at times. He just controls it well, it’s not my cup of tea, but it works well for the sound and genre he’s going for.

  12. Hi! I just want to say a huge THANK YOUUUUU for all the work you put in to analyzing all these voices. I enjoyed all the reviews so far, and they all seem objective and technical aspects of their voices are broken down quite well.

    Also, I was wondering if an analysis could be done on either of VIXX’s main vocalists? (preferably Leo, but either would be fantastic)

    Definitely favoriting this site. ^^

    • Thank you so much! You’re so sweet, a couple of us seem interested in Leo actually, though not me, I’m sure he will be reviewed in the future too ^ ^

  13. First, I just wanna say the blog is awesome! I waited a long time for some time to analyze Kpop idols’ voice.

    Can I ask if will you guys be doing vocal analysis of the Spica ladies?

    Thank you!!

    • Since they’re not really main vocalists at all, I wouldn’t consider them for analyses personally. From what I’ve seen Hoya and Sungjong usually support quite weakly and are pretty nasal, Dongwoo seems to stand out a bit more with moments of more projection and support but overall their singing skill is pretty weak.

  14. so most kpop idol in above average ..at least they can called as a singer since they CAN sing then aveage people but how about the one in average to above average ? honestly i’m quite surprise because some singer known/talked by many people as a great singer so at first i think they will be in above average too ?

    • Actually it’s mostly the ones we have analyzed so far, most k-pop idols in general, not vocalists + vocalists, are weak or average. Average level does not exactly mean average person, it means the average person who is a singer. Even a weak vocalist in K-pop is generally better than the average person. Like ones who are about weak/average are people like T-Ara members, other members of F(x), 4Minute members, 2NE1 members and as much as their skill might be average (CL or Krystal perhaps) or even weak (Dara, Park Bom, Jihyun, Qri, Sulli, Victoria) they can still sing somewhat in pitch and deliver music better than the average person who might be completely just all over the place with pitch and just yelling yknow what I mean? So it’s not about being as good as the average human being, it’s about being as good as the average vocalist in the music industry. I mean many people love singers and will say they’re great because they love their voice, but that’s just a taste and it has no base to reason and explain why they’re so “great” yknow?

      • “it’s not about being as good as the average human being, it’s about being as good as the average vocalist in the music industry.”

        so a weak singer is better then the average person who can’t sing but they are bellow average person who can sing, can i say like that?

  15. Hi there! I’m not quite sure where to drop requests for vocal analyses but here seems to be right… I was wondering if Yuji from bestie could be added to one of the future projects list? She’s pretty good but she’s kind of underrated… And thanks for the great blog!

    • I totally agree with you. I was awed by her since I heard her singing EXID’s Whoz that Girl. I was really bummed out when I heard she left the group after. Her voice really stood out when she did the high notes live.

  16. Could you reply this ? Make the rank for SNSD’s Vocal here please :) I just know Taeyeon as the best among them, but i dont really know which member should be placed on #2 – #9. Help me :) Thank U. Your blog is awesome, i love it .

    • Thanks and well I dont like to do ranking cuz they dont stay consistent but currently Taeyeon > Jessica > Tiffany/Seohyun > Sunny > Yuri/Sooyoung > Hyoyeon/Yoona it’s hard to be precise.

  17. please please please do a vocal analyses for park hyo shin. he is my favorite vocalist in the kpop world now and would love to see how you guys rate him.
    other singers that i would be interested in seeing in this list are suzy and the newly debuted wendy of red velvet. that would be really exciting. :)

    • yes of course, we should do at least one vocalist of Miss A since they dont really have a main and Wendy yeah lets wait for them to have more material…and Park Hyo Shin is a definite yes ^ ^

      • If you guys are waiting for a VR video or something, I’d be glad to make one for you guys to speed up the process of analyzing PHS :P My guess is he’ll be landing in Great/Great to Excellent, riiiiight? RIIIIGHT? :DDDDD

      • Yes he would be n u mean a VR video for whom? I wouldn’t mind if u made a good one but that’s not the reason exactly

      • From what Ik Ariana’s range above E5 is better than below which is just quite odd. lol having one good F#5 isn’t that good either but I can understand her vocally, yet it’s not enough due to the way she approaches her notes

    • I actually suggested to the other people having specials and doing other people, like I wanna do Yuna Ito and stuff but I’m not sure when lol Idk who this is though..

    • I take harmonized notes with a grain of salt. There are many things you can do in studio, plus it could be someone else doing the harmony too, pitch correction and whatnot. You never know, so anything below F3 in this video I take with a grain of salt and won’t believe until I see it live done by her. I mean Mariah Carey’s supposed lowest note is E2 in harmonized studio but I’ve only ever heard F#2 live, so I believe F#2. BoA’s lowest live was D3 so I believe D3, it wasn’t harmonized or anything.

    • Crazy Love sounds too old to judge but I heard some stuff.. he has an agile voice but he also tends to bounce too much on his runs and they’re not musically complicated enough, at times they seem just extra.. he uses a lot of throat and like this tight throat effect that Idk how on purpose it is but he does it a lot.. he seems to be like above average ish I guess, Idk I dont quite hear the resonance but his style isnt to sustain mid-high notes and his higher mixed notes tend to be tight so..Im not sure

      • Thank you! I don’t really know his songs lol. ^^; May I ask what you mean by “tends to bounce too much on his runs”? And does he also sing through his nose or is that just how he sounds like?

      • like he is not connecting the runs smoothly, its like he’s slaying the notes over and over like Christina Aguilera does…I dont think he does, its more of a lot of mask placement and not much chest resonance

  18. Hey guys, standing ovation for what you’ve done here and apparently plan to do in the future. I usually reserve plaudits like this only for SNSD, but total total bravo.

    I understand your reliance on objective measures of vocal technique, but would love your insight about some of the “subjective” things that make up an overall artistic impression. In particular, I am a big fan of both Sunny and Jessica, despite Sunny’s frequent intonation problems and Jessica’s tendency to just go completely off the rails at times. I have always thought of those two as SNSD’s vocal signature because they give the group a light comic quality that is really endearing. What gives them that sound, which is both girlish and in Sunny’s case so rich (?), whereas Jessica’s seems really nasal (? but gorgeously so imho) and lighter than air in comparison? Also, now that Jessica is gone, won’t this be a very different-sounding group? Sunny would have to be two people and a much better singer to cover for Jessica, but none of the others can match Jessica’s warmth. Just two days before she got fired, I was reflecting that, in terms of overall artistic impression, Jessica probably punches more than twice her weight and is the one they could least afford to lose. Oh well!

    I apologize if this is too much subjective stuff and too much about SNSD, and understand if you want to keep things objective and focused on singers instead of groups — though I notice several of you are SNSD fans with a Jessica bias! But thanks for considering, and — Please Keep Up the Phenomenal Work!

    • Oh that’s an interesting way to look at their tones and how they overall balance the sound that is what makes SNSD what they are. Yes certainly because Jessica handled the second to hardest difficult parts and although Tiffany has been getting a lot of lines, Jessica’s the one who was handling the real hardships of the vocal line. It’s truly a shame that she isn’t going to be present for sometime, or for however long it is…. No it’s okay, it’s an interesting question. Also btw I’m going to be re-writing the analyses for SunTaeTiSeo soon so look forward to that as well! ^ ^ Thank you for your support and ask away, I love questions ^ ^

      • Thanks, Ahmin3 – will def keep an eye out for the revised analyses – but actually what I most wanted your thoughts about (but buried it under lots of other things) was how singers like Jessica and Sunny produce their unique sound – in Jessica’s case I’ll bet she’s singing in her nose a lot – but Sunny has a really rich, full. lush sound – bigger throat? thicker vocal chords? shape of the sound chamber (if that’s what you call it)? – to my ears it’s the difference between a tree-ripened peach (Sunny), and a really good white wine (Jessica) – your analyses show neither one has anything like great vocal technique, but I wouldn’t want them to improve too much if it meant they lost their unique and gorgeous sound! Just fix the intonation problems so we can relax during live performances!

      • U think Sunny has a rich full lush sound? Most of it is either their natural tones or just….yeah… because thicker vocals cords would mean a lower voice, Sunny doesnt generally close her throat too much on her lower notes but that alone isn’t enough because her mix is heady and bright and her voice is really light and soprano like so Idk if I’d call her sound rich or full.. I mean it’s not as shouted as Tiffany’s…but yknow..Mhmm Idk how to answer that to you cuz if what you like about them is their natural tone, technique wouldn’t have an issue with their tone but instead would only help their true tone come out and be even more present and stronger than usual…. as opposed to damaging their sound… since it’s just their natural voices

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