The general public are the first ones to blast the gurls on not being able to sing so I'd say, yes they care. They might bop to some generic **** from time to time, but the end all be all almost always comes down to vocals. Most of our faves get dragged for filth outside of ATRL.
Originally posted by TheVoiceXtina
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To me, talent and good vocals are definitely important for me.
There is this certain overrated pop start at the moment -who i won't name- but has had so many "hits" which I absolutely loathe, because she has no talent at all. Her live vocals are absolutely awful, and the most important thing is she doesn't even write or produce her own songs, while many other people I admire do.
But no, it seems the public doesn't care about good vocals. And the thing about good vocals not always making good music, is unfortunately true. Someone lik Leona Lewis doesn't have hits because her songs are kinda boring. Someone like the anonymous pop star I'm talking about deludes people into thinking she has great vocals on record, but sounds awful live. But because her writers deliberately make an album full of hits, the public buys that. Oh well. I cannot wait until she fades out.
Music is about the lyrics, the melody, the harmony, the rhythm. A song does not need to be sung by a vocally talented artist to affect someone deeply.
Vocal ability is important insofar as it can maximize the effect of these four building blocks. A talented vocalist can make a song that in otherwise deficient sound decent, or make a good song incredible, but a good song can stand on its own, which is why you don't always need strong vocals to succeed.
The reason why Adele is so successful is because of her vocal talent. More so, she was more of a "breath of fresh air" due to the current repetitive crap on the radio these days. Seriously. She's awesome but when you REALLY think about it, Someone Like You is a great song, but not that wow. But it is wow in comparison to th trashy party pop that dominates the radio nowadays. And that's why she stood out and was so successful.
I beleive in the 90s > early 2000s, people did care about good vocals, but this new generation don't care about vocals at all. ZThey only care about if they make good party songs to dance to. Which is fair enough.
For example, Do we think someone like Ke$ha would've even had a chance in the 80s or 90s? Conversely, would someone like Patti Labelle have a chance today in the music scene?
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When buying a single or listening to a song no, but they have ears and know when someone is on stage sounding like a damn fool, but it doesn't change their perception of the song cause they dont have to listen to said person sound like **** on the song.
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Music technology today especially, but for several decades now, has allowed less vocally talented artists to be pitched or autotuned to sound better and have a wider range on the track than they would have in actuality. Vocally talented artists don't always make music that showcase their voice and many do not make lighter, more upbeat music that pervades the radio today. So in some cases, the general public may have a skewed view of how a singer can actually sing when they base it on how well they sound on the track.
Other times some songs work better without amazing vocals and melismas up the ass. Autotuned voices are sometimes even more popular of a sound and are somewhat of a trend nowadays. Not all music requires great vocalists.
Overall, the general public does care about vocals, but not all the time, and sometimes may have a skewed views of vocal talent.
trust me they do care that's why a lot of people were disappointed by some of the grammy live performances,they should have known what their precious singers are capable of
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They act like they care, but deep down not really. Everyone wants to have a good time and if the music is catchy, the public will dig it. No one cares how much auto-tune and production has been layered if the song is amaze.
Not sure. Until I joined ATRL I was never even consciously realizing whether someone was a good singer or not. I just liked or disliked their voice/music. I think the focus on whether the vocals in pop music are good or not is a recent cultural development, coming from both the internet and from the Idol type competitions. They brought discussions about vocal prowess into the mainstream.
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