Learning to Sing ‘Nobody’s Side’ from Chess
‘Nobody’s Side’ from Chess is a song that demands strength, control, and uniqueness. Singing it well involves mastering a range of vocal techniques and nuances. The most unique vocal technique for this song is the Heavy modal or Belting technique.
Heavy Modal | Belting
Heavy Modal or Belting is a contemporary vocal technique that is used to sing loud, powerful notes while still maintaining a rich and resonant vocal quality. This technique is often used by musical theater and rock singers, and it is most effective in the middle to high range of the voice. Some other popular songs which employ this technique include ‘Don’t Stop Believin” by Journey and ‘I Will Always Love You’ by Whitney Houston. Check our detailed article on Contemporary vocal techniques: Heavy Modal, Twang, Belting for more.
Understanding Your Voice
Before you start, it’s important to understand your own voice. Use our Vocal range test to determine your vocal range and compare it with famous singers. Further understand your voice after reading our articles on How to analyse your voice and Voice types.
Mastering the Song
Use Singing Carrots Song Search to find ‘Nobody’s Side’ and start practicing. This tool provides linked lyrics, sheet music, chords, karaoke, and YouTube audio for efficient practice. For practical advice on learning a new song, refer to our article on How to learn a song effectively.
Training Your Voice
Use Singing Carrots’ Pitch Training – an interactive vocal warm-up and exercise section to improve your pitch accuracy and control. Also, remember to maintain a healthy posture while singing, as demonstrated in this Good Singing Posture Video.
Performing ‘Nobody’s Side’
In conclusion, learning and mastering ‘Nobody’s Side’ will not only improve your belting technique but also your overall singing capability. Happy practicing!