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Shannah Rae's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Marina Vidal
16:09
T: Let go of the words in the end (forgot the name)
cassidyfraley
22:20
Lizzy Hale does that too lol
Julie Fraser
27:13
The glottal onsets are strong loll
cassidyfraley
29:08
Straight Tone
cassidyfraley
29:34
glottal and aspirates
Julie Fraser
29:40
Glottals, straight tone, switching twang, relaxed diction
Marina Vidal
29:55
Straight tone, switch between oral to nasal in high pitches, Glottals, not attention to diction
Amy Ramnarine
40:39
Is she using cricoid tilt for that?
cassidyfraley
50:34
Bends!
Marina Vidal
50:40
Bend/cry, open “ah” position
cassidyfraley
50:49
Aspirate Offsets
Julie Fraser
50:51
Vocal embellishment
cassidyfraley
51:59
rock has almost no embellishment
Amy Ramnarine
52:03
More vocal embellishments
Julie Fraser
52:05
Rock’s loose diction
Marina Vidal
52:12
Rock: oral to nasal high - RB: more of that ah all the tim
Amy Ramnarine
55:02
Takeaway: aspirate abrupts/offsets as release valves
cassidyfraley
55:08
Major Takeaway: Considering rock is my personal main focus rn, I feel like this is super helpful. The permission to just wail on stuff is new to me, cuz MT is controlled, but this has less shape and more motion if that makes sense? Like an 8 on understanding
Julie Fraser
55:11
You can achieve a “rock” sound without being born with that voice. Identifying where the gear shifts occur and when. Analyzing the placement for each was so helpful too! 10/10
Marina Vidal
55:16
The oral to nasal for sure. Be able to identify that. I’d say a 7 hehhe still need to brush up on the tools
Amy Ramnarine
55:29
Knowing the names of the tools makes it easier to pick them out when listening