How to Sing Skyfall by Adele for Male Singers – Free Vocal Tip

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How to Sing in Key: Pitch Problems – Do You Sing Off Pitch?

In this episode, master vocal coach Kevin Richards shows you a way to train to sing on pitch or sing in key better. This extremely simple exercise can get your singing songs in key and on pitch in just 10min a day.

Lots of singers have problems singing songs in the proper key or singing on pitch. Why do vocalists have these issues? Well, some singers lack an ability to visualize pitch in their brains before they sing the note. This disconnect can sometimes be severe (tone deaf) or mild. Sometimes people sing out of key or become “pitchy” as Randy Jackson of American Idol used to say a lot, because the notes they are singing either don’t have enough breath support, not enough resonance, too much vocal muscle strain or they have too much breath support.

Some singers sing in key perfectly in their chest voice but seem to go out of key when they sing into head voice; this is an issue of vocal strain. Do this exercise just 10 minutes a day for a few weeks and you’ll see the difference in your voice without much fuss.

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7 thoughts on “How to Sing Skyfall by Adele for Male Singers – Free Vocal Tip

  1. I find that Adele does not have an especially good range. She always drops
    into head voice on the notes at the top of my range.

  2. I’ve been singing this song for several months now at karaoke and I
    approach it somewhat similarly.. I do the verses in the softer, “airier”
    Adele style, and then the chorus in a more full, connected voice. I find it
    brings a wider range of emotion and depth to the song, rather than just
    doing the whole thing in a connected voice.

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