Whitney Houston’s version of “I Will Always Love You” ended up setting the bar for vocal greatness and has remained the standard that singers aspire to for nearly 3 decades.
What other songs can you think of that also share that similar notoriety? Let me know in the comments!
In this video we’ll dissect Whitney’s vowel structures, the volume that she had and the velocity she used to come in and out of her singing.
We’ll also explore how she’s able to pull off her sound with such accurate pitch, intonation, tone, and vibrato.
If you singers want a template for how to get great at singing long, whole phrase, whole tone singing, this is the song.
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