How to Learn Singing “Someone Like You” from Adele

How to Learn Singing “Someone Like You” by Adele

Learning to sing a song like “Someone Like You” by Adele can be a rewarding experience. The song is characterized by Adele’s emotional and powerful vocals, and it requires a unique vocal technique to deliver the song effectively. In this article, we will guide you on how to learn and sing “Someone Like You” while incorporating practical advice and utilizing resources from Singing Carrots.

1. Analyze Your Voice

Before diving into learning the song, it’s important to analyze your voice. Take Singing Carrots’ “How to Analyze Your Voice” article as a guide to understanding your vocal range, voice type, and any vocal challenges you may have.

2. Warm-up and Breathing Exercises

Start your practice session with Singing Carrots’ Pitch Training exercises to warm up your voice and improve pitch accuracy. Additionally, focus on breath support by following the techniques mentioned in the “Breath Support” and “Breathing Basics” articles.

3. Vocal Technique: Emotional Storytelling

“Someone Like You” is known for its emotional storytelling. Adele’s vocals beautifully convey the raw emotions of the lyrics. To effectively deliver the song, focus on connecting with the lyrics and expressing the emotions authentically. Singing Carrots’ article on “Singing with Intuition, Skills, Emotion, and Thinking” can provide further guidance on how to connect with your audience on an emotional level.

4. Vocal Technique: Belting

One of the unique vocal techniques used in “Someone Like You” is belting. Adele showcases her powerful belt throughout the song, especially during the chorus. To learn belting techniques, Singing Carrots offers an article on “Contemporary Vocal Techniques: Heavy Modal, Twang, Belting”. Incorporate these techniques into your vocal practice to master the belted sections of the song.

5. Practice with the Vocal Pitch Monitor

Singing Carrots’ Vocal Pitch Monitor is a valuable tool to assess your pitch accuracy and monitor your progress. Use it while practicing “Someone Like You” to visually track your sung notes on a virtual piano and ensure you’re hitting the right pitches.

6. Song Search and Tutorial

Utilize Singing Carrots’ song search feature to find other songs that match your vocal range and difficulty level. This way, you can expand your repertoire and practice songs similar to “Someone Like You.” You can also check out the Singing Carrots educational singing course for more comprehensive singing lessons.

Learning to sing “Someone Like You” requires dedication and practice. By analyzing your voice, incorporating warm-up exercises, focusing on emotional storytelling, mastering belting techniques, utilizing the Vocal Pitch Monitor, and exploring similar songs, you can successfully learn and deliver this iconic Adele song. Happy singing!