Singer Hamed Mirani: A good singer should have these characteristics
It may be said that at a glance, anyone can be a singer, but with a little reflection on the success of some of today’s pop singers,
it can be concluded that singing, in addition to being a divine gift, requires special skills.
Hearing and hearing enhancement
To be a good reader, we must first be a good listener. Listening to music professionally is very complicated
Understand your true voice
It is characteristic of a skilled lawyer (singer) to be able to understand his own voice (not to mention that in addition to hearing our voice through sound waves in the air,
we receive them through the bones of the head and jaw, which causes We may feel uncomfortable after recording our voice, or we may say that it does not concern us).
A good singer is one who knows enough about the bass and the color and tonality of his voice.
Stitch and stay tuned and understand musical intervals
In my opinion, one of the instinctive characteristics of a human being is to know the basic note of step (or so-called traditional music), which we call step for short.
The most important factor that distinguishes a good reader from a normal reader is reading.
You may have heard of a word called flash.
Flash means to read incorrectly…. In fact, scientifically, a fallacy occurs when the singer loses the pitch of his voice and can not get the desired frequency out of his larynx.
Or, to put it more simply, when the pitch control of the sound is out of the reader’s hands and the reader reads a little higher or lower, it is said that he is reading a flash.
Most singers do not have a general falsification, but some words may be falsified in a particular melodic line.
Perform rhythm correctly and understand time
Another key point to consider when categorizing singers is staying in rhythm.
Some singers, despite having a good voice and tuning, have problems in terms of timing and are so-called out of beat.
Therefore, not losing the multiplication head is one of the points that a reader should follow.
I think this is also a godly and inherent factor, the easiest way to understand this is:
in a ceremony of joy or mourning, those who shake hands (or chest) in unison with other people are easily recognizable.
This gets better over time with practice.
So a professional singer will never miss a beat anywhere in the song, even when syncopation or anti-beat is performed.