How to Learn Singing “Hallelujah” from Panic! At The Disco

Learning To Sing “Hallelujah” By Panic! At The Disco

“Hallelujah” by Panic! At The Disco showcases a particular vocal technique – the Mix Voice, which combines elements of chest voice and head voice. Mix Voice is often used to create an exciting dynamic range within a song. Some other popular songs utilizing this technique are “Black Dog” by Led Zeppelin and “Love on Top” by Beyoncé.

Analysing Your Voice

Prior to focusing on the technique, it’s essential to understand your voice and its capabilities. Through our Vocal range test and Pitch accuracy test, you can gain insights about your vocal range and pitch accuracy.

Understanding Mix Voice

A valuable resource to help you understand and master this technique is the Voice Registers article, where the Mix Voice is thoroughly discussed. You can even try the Mixed Voice exercise to start practicing how to smoothly transition between chest and head voice.

Song Learning Strategies

In order to learn to sing “Hallelujah” effectively, you should first familiarize yourself with the song’s structure, melody, and lyrics. Break down the song into sections and practice them separately. You can monitor your sung notes on a virtual piano using our Vocal Pitch Monitor.

Our guide on how to learn a song effectively can further support your practice. Learn at your pace, absorb the emotion of the song, and remember to stay relaxed to avoid any throat constrictions.

Proceeding to Other Songs

Once you’ve mastered “Hallelujah” and the Mix Voice technique, consider exploring other songs requiring this technique. Our Search songs by vocal range feature can help you find new songs matching your upgraded abilities. Happy singing!