How to Learn Singing “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” by Taylor Swift
“I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” is a popular song by Taylor Swift, featured in the movie Fifty Shades Darker. In this article, we will explore the unique vocal technique used in the song and provide practical advice on how to learn and perform it. We will also mention other popular songs that utilize similar vocal techniques.
Understanding the Song
Before diving into learning the song, it is important to analyze your voice and understand its capabilities. Singing Carrots provides valuable resources to help you with this process:
- How to Analyze Your Voice – This article explains the process of analyzing your vocal range, voice type, and identifying any vocal breaks.
- Voice Types – Learn about different voice types and how to classify your voice.
In “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever,” Taylor Swift utilizes a vocal technique known as belting. Belting is a powerful and intense singing style often used in pop and rock genres. It involves singing at the upper end of your vocal range with a strong and chesty sound.
If you want to learn more about belting and how to incorporate it into your singing, these resources will be helpful:
- Contemporary Vocal Techniques: Heavy Modal, Twang, Belting – This article provides an in-depth explanation of belting and how to develop this vocal technique.
Learning the Song
Now that you understand the vocal technique used in “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever,” it’s time to learn the song. Here are some steps that can guide you:
- How to Learn a Song Effectively – This article provides useful tips and techniques to effectively learn and memorize a song.
- Song Search – Use Singing Carrots’ song search feature to find songs that match your vocal range and genre preferences. You can search for songs similar to “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” to further practice your belting technique.
- Educational Singing Course – If you want to enhance your singing skills and learn vocal techniques, consider enrolling in the Singing Carrots educational singing course.
Improve Your Singing
Apart from learning this specific song, it’s important to continuously work on improving your singing skills. Here are some additional resources to help you in your singing journey:
- Pitch Training – Educational Singing Game – Use this interactive tool to improve your pitch accuracy and develop your ear for music.
- Vocal Pitch Monitor – Visualize your sung notes on a virtual piano to better understand your pitch and make necessary adjustments.
- Vocal Health – Learn about vocal health practices to prevent damage and maintain the longevity of your voice.
By incorporating these resources and techniques into your practice routine, you will not only master “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” but also become a better singer overall. Happy singing!