How to Learn Singing “My All” from Mariah Carey

Learning to Sing “My All” by Mariah Carey

“My All” by Mariah Carey is a beautiful ballad that showcases Mariah’s outstanding vocal range and technique. The song primarily uses the Belting and Whistle Register techniques that make it a challenging, yet rewarding song to master.

Understanding your Vocals

Before trying to learn “My All”, it’s important to understand your own voice. Use the Vocal range test to determine your vocal range and compare it with Mariah Carey’s. Understand your voice registers to help you switch between them smoothly.

Mastering Belting and Whistle Register

Belting is a vocal technique often used in pop and musical theater, allowing singers to sound powerful. Mariah uses this technique throughout most of “My All”. A similar technique is used by Beyoncé in “Listen”. Learn more about belting here.

The whistle register is the highest register of the human voice, producing pitches that resonate clearly. This technique is used in several places in the song. You can also hear it in Minnie Riperton’s “Lovin’ You”.

Learning the Song

Start by listening to the song multiple times and try to sing along. Pay attention to the melody and lyrics. Use the Song search tool to find the sheet music and practice it.

Additionally, you can take the Pitch accuracy test and use the Vocal Pitch Monitor to check if you’re singing the right notes.

Practical Tips

  • Warm up your voice before each practice session. Try the 3 Minute Warm-up.
  • Practice regularly, but don’t strain your voice. Remember, good singing is about vocal health.
  • Record your practices. This will help you track your progress and identify areas that need improvement.
  • Lastly, try to convey the emotion of the song. Sing with your heart and connect with your audience.

Learning to sing “My All” by Mariah Carey is a challenge, but with dedication and the right tools, you’ll be able to express your passion through this song. Happy singing!