- Modify Vowels- Classically trained singers are taught to sing with pure vowels, and pop singers are taught to sing as they speak. If you make the vowel a little less pure and rich, it will lighten your tone and make the singing more ‘speech- like’, much like a pop singing
- Modify Vibrato- Classical singers have been taught to use vibrato from the onset of a singing tone, however pop singers do not release their vibrato until the end of a phrase in many cases. A classical singer, in order to this, must learn how to comfortably produce tension at the base of the tongue while singing for this effect.
- Sing in the Mix and Chest more.- Classical singing gets more beautiful as you master your head voice, but pop singing is often considered more aggressive and powerful, which requires you sing in a higher chest voice. A classically trained singer would need to learn to sing with a bit more tension without cutting off the sound completely to master this. It takes training and practice to do the chest voice properly but it is certainly possible.
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