Kpoppin

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  1. Modes and Kpop

    Thanks for the response. Obviously I know I'm not going to sound exactly like him, we have different voices. No two people sound exactly the same. But I could post you another couple of hundred Kpop singers who all sound different but similar. That's why I wondered if it was more of a technique (i.e.- breathiness) or because they're all tenors. And well, he's 35 lol. He has over a decade on me but I feel like tenors perpetually sound more youthful than a baritone does from his teen years. I'm not entirely sure I am a baritone but I do think so. But still, thanks, I'm willing to put in the effort, I guess it's mix voice that I need to work on.
  2. Modes and Kpop

    Hey everyone. I'm pretty new to singing and don't sing very well, but I came across some of Robert's videos on YouTube and it inspired me, I might purchase the four pillars. I have a question about modes and increasing range. I'm a fan of Kpop and aspire to sing similarly (in a ballad style). Here's a YouTube video as an example and I'd like to know what he's doing, Kpop ballad singers have a youthful, sweet light sound, is it because they're tenors? Or just the way they're singing? I think I'm a baritone and I can make my voice lighter but it doesn't really sound the same. Also at 4:23 onward he hits an A or b4 and I wonder whether that's in chest register or head with twang? Male Kpop singers always hit A4-c5 in the climax of their ballads and I'm unable to take my chest beyond an F4(that's a strain). I'm not sure what y'all think about mixed voice thanks!