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Old 10-04-2012, 03:42 PM   #64
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Originally Posted by THE GENIUS View Post
Seriously if you're in the process of honing your voice and rounding your vocal range, then listening to todays R&B will not make you better. Today's music may have some artists with a nice voice but their vocal range is terrible.







Soul artists with phenomenal vocal range

I don't listen strictly to contemporary artists, the singers you mentioned do have phenominal range.

I have natural range, I'm just tightening it up where it needs improvement.

With modern R&B more and more vocal arangements and melodies/harmonies come with a more rapid delivery style.

Akin to an MC's flow as R&B had been heavily influenced by Hip-Hop in the 90's.

Keeping your range while using rapid delivery takes some work.
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