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Shannah Rae's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Julie Fraser
09:01
Intentional embellishment
Julie Fraser
15:19
I got off track looking up the lyrics and going “this is so good!” haha
Marina Vidal
15:37
I feel you Julie
Marina Vidal
18:49
All 3 come sort of conversational vibe
Marina Vidal
20:27
I honestly always thought that it’s never confrontational - how can we say that in terms of technique?
Marina Vidal
20:39
In folk in general
Caryss Fraser
26:36
Nasal all the way
Caryss Fraser
37:26
An open “call” placement
Caryss Fraser
37:35
Small yodel moments
Marina Vidal
37:37
Diphthongs, chew, more open
Marina Vidal
37:48
beeeends
Marina Vidal
39:07
Storytelling ?
Caryss Fraser
39:07
Storytelling
Marina Vidal
39:37
guitar
Caryss Fraser
39:41
Guitar?
Caryss Fraser
42:04
That’s fascinating!
Marina Vidal
44:23
Biggest takeaway: the conversational placement of folk, I need to dig more into how does that look for me. Funny enough country (probably because there’s more attack) its easier. I think I’ll go to an 8 on identifying.
Caryss Fraser
44:24
I hadn’t realized how much instrumentation affects how we perceive the voice! With folk, it was interesting to hear how the voice’s natural inclinations affected the style. With country, I hadn’t realized how “big and full” country sound is. Nasal, yes, but also intense. The sound almost reflects the environment of the music.
Caryss Fraser
44:40
9/10