How to Learn Singing “Black Sheep” from Gin Wigmore

How to Learn Singing “Black Sheep” by Gin Wigmore

If you’re a fan of Gin Wigmore and want to learn how to sing her popular song “Black Sheep,” you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ll guide you through the process of mastering this track and highlight the unique vocal technique used by Gin Wigmore. We’ll also mention other popular songs that utilize similar techniques, and provide practical advice and resources from Singing Carrots to assist you along the way.

Understanding the Vocal Technique

“Black Sheep” showcases Gin Wigmore’s powerful and gritty vocal style. To learn this song effectively, it’s essential to master her unique technique, which combines elements of belting and raspy singing. This approach adds intensity and emotion to the performance.

Similar vocal techniques can be heard in other popular songs such as “Rolling in the Deep” by Adele and “You Oughta Know” by Alanis Morissette. By analyzing the vocal performances in these songs, you can gain a better understanding of how to approach “Black Sheep.”

Practical Advice for Learning “Black Sheep”

Here are some practical tips to help you learn and master “Black Sheep” by Gin Wigmore:

  1. Warm up your voice: Before diving into the song, make sure to warm up your voice properly. Singing Carrots’ educational singing course offers warm-up exercises specifically designed to prepare your voice for singing.
  2. Focus on breath support: Breath control is crucial for singing “Black Sheep” and delivering the powerful, raspy vocals. Check out Singing Carrots’ article on breath support to improve your technique.
  3. Work on vocal articulation: Gin Wigmore’s unique vocal style requires clear and precise articulation. Singing Carrots’ article on articulation provides valuable insights and exercises to help you enhance your diction.
  4. Develop your vocal range: “Black Sheep” covers a wide range of notes, so it’s essential to work on expanding your vocal range. Singing Carrots’ vocal range test can help you identify your current range and provide exercises to improve it.
  5. Practice with the Vocal Pitch Monitor: Singing Carrots’ Vocal Pitch Monitor is a valuable tool for refining your pitch accuracy. Use it to practice and monitor your progress while singing “Black Sheep.”

Resources to Enhance Your Learning

Take advantage of the following Singing Carrots resources to enhance your learning: