Singing Loud Or Loudly Singing, even loud, is well-controlled vocalization, where shouting is typically not. Singers produce and sustain specific pitches: the notes of the song. Shouting, like other speech, doesn’t use pitch the same way singing does. While most of us don’t need to be—or shouldn’t need to be—reminded of how to behave on public transit, the days Hall was an English major who said he learned to write…