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;)VOCAL FRY;)

    
;)VOCAL FRY;)    15:57 on Wednesday, September 28, 2005          
(a.)
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what is right vocal fry and what is wrong vocal fry? I have heard artists who use vocal fry as style element for even 30 years but still they can also sing very clearly.( michael jackson, james brown, larry graham i am not sure about james brown`s vocal fry , but i guess it`s also right because james brown hasn`s lost his voice yet) How to make this right vocal fry. I read that even with right fry it`s better to keep balance, and not to over do it.


Re: ;)VOCAL FRY;)    14:07 on Saturday, October 01, 2005          
(john)
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I think that it`s not so easy because you need to know how much air to use when discovering the right vocal fry. Many young singers are copying vocal fry in the way it sounds but not in the way it should be done.


Re: ;)VOCAL FRY;)    16:15 on Tuesday, October 11, 2005          
(s.j.)
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just scream s loud as possible then fry will sound crunchy


Re: ;)VOCAL FRY;)    16:17 on Tuesday, October 11, 2005          
(s.j.)
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s.j.- your tip was stupid. It`s bad for vocal health to scream-out vocal fry. Do it
CAREFULLY !


Re: ;)VOCAL FRY;)    16:20 on Tuesday, October 11, 2005          
(s.j.)
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yeah, of course better keep trying and i will do it in my way

P.S don`t use my nick!!!!!!!!


Re: ;)VOCAL FRY;)    17:58 on Thursday, October 13, 2005          
(Fullmen)
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C`mon it`s not healthy anyway


Re: ;)VOCAL FRY;)    16:04 on Saturday, October 15, 2005          
(RealityHaxor)
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a vocal fry (in death metal) is when a singer tightens his/her vocal chords and sings. normally this would result in a mere wisper, but often bands will force it causing the vocal chords to rub toghether. the vocals chords give a deep raspy `death growl` sound.


   

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