How to Learn Singing “What Love Is This” from Kari Jobe

Learning to Sing Kari Jobe’s “What Love Is This”

When approaching a song like “What Love Is This” by Kari Jobe, it’s critical to understand the unique vocal technique used prominently in the song – Vibrato. It introduces pitch variation to produce a warm, rich tone.

Vibrato is used in various other songs, including “Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen and “All I Ask of You” from The Phantom of the Opera.

Developing Your Vibrato

Vibrato is a skill that you can learn and develop. To start, use the Beggars Bounce exercise. This simple video helps you understand the basic concept of vibrato and how to create it with your voice.

Understanding the Song

Start by analyzing the song. Identify the notes that you need to hit and understand the shifts in dynamics and rhythms. Our Pitch Training tool can help you master the different notes and melodies.

Finding Your Range

To sing “What Love Is This” effectively, you need to identify your vocal range. The Vocal Range Test allows you to discover your vocal range and suggests songs, like “What Love Is This”, that fits your voice.

Applying Vibrato to the Song

Once you have practiced your vibrato and understood the song’s structure, it’s time to apply what you’ve learned. Sing along with the song, focusing on adding vibrato at the right places for emotional emphasis. Make sure to maintain good breath support throughout.

Pitch Accuracy

Perfecting pitch is crucial when singing with vibrato. Use the Pitch Accuracy Test to measure your progress.

Consistent Practice

Remember, consistency is key. Regular practice using these techniques will help you master Kari Jobe’s “What Love Is This” and explore other songs that use vibrato.