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Pop Music Vocals
Terms in this set (18)
A technique used by male singers, especially tenors, to produce very high notes which are outside of their usual range.
A controlled, smooth slide from one pitch to another.
Singing with no instrumental accompaniment or backing.
Singing one syllable to a large number of notes.
Each syllable that is sung has its own note.
Singing that is flexible to the tempo.
Improvised singing using nonsense syllables such as doo and wop.
When singers improvise some extra notes, usually at the end of a phrase.
When singers add a slight "quiver" to their voice to add expression.
Typical rock n' roll voice
Raw, brash, energetic, falsetto shouts, improvised scatting, usually male.
Typical rock anthem voice
Growly, raspy, husky. Loud and powerful. Usually male.
Typical pop ballad voice
Expressive and emotional. Vibrato, melisma, portamento, rubato, long held notes..
Typical solo artists voice.
AutoTune, effects filters, riffing, melisma.
The highest female voice
A high male or low female voice.
The majority of male singers belong to this range.
A medium to low pitched male voice but not the very lowest.
The lowest of the male voices.
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Rock N' Roll (1950s & 1960s)
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