How to Learn Singing “Good Enough” from Evanescence

Mastering “Good Enough” by Evanescence

“Good Enough” by Evanescence is a masterpiece that requires focus on vocal techniques like the belting and vibrato. These techniques are also highlighted in popular songs like “Listen” by Beyonce or “Because of You” by Kelly Clarkson.

Understand Your Vocal Range

The key to singing “Good Enough” effectively is understanding your vocal range and how it compares to Amy Lee’s, the lead singer of Evanescence. Use the vocal range test to determine your range. To compare it, check the vocal ranges of famous singers.


“Good Enough” requires regular belting, especially in the chorus. In order to belt safely and effectively, you need to develop good breath support. This article introduces the concept of breath support. Practicing the sustain vocal exercise can also be beneficial.


Amy Lee often adds vibrato to long, sustained notes. Understanding how vibrato works and how to control it can help you embody the Evanescence sound. This article on singing with vibrato is a great start. Additionally, the Beggars Bounce exercise can help practice your vibrato.

Practice with Our Tools

Once you’ve understood and practiced these techniques, it’s time to try singing “Good Enough”. Our Vocal Pitch Monitor is a great tool for real-time feedback. And, to see if your pitch accuracy has improved, use the Pitch Accuracy Test.

Tips for Performing

Remember to maintain good posture and consider these tips for performing on stage. If you suffer from stage fright, here are some strategies to help you conquer it.


“Good Enough” by Evanescence is a challenging but rewarding song. With continuous practice, understanding of your voice, and use of our singing course, you’ll master this song in no time!