How to Learn Singing “Peter Pan” from Kelsea Ballerini

Learning to Sing ‘Peter Pan’ by Kelsea Ballerini

Popularized by Kelsea Ballerini, ‘Peter Pan’, uses the unique vocal technique called the ‘mixed voice’. Mixed voice is the blend of both chest and head voices and is utilized in many popular songs.

Understanding the Mixed Voice

You can learn more about voice registers and the concept of mixed voice in our article. Famous songs that use this technique include ‘Hallelujah’ by Leonard Cohen and ‘Chandelier’ by Sia.

Analyzing Your Voice

To sing ‘Peter Pan’ effectively, you need to first understand your voice. Use our Vocal range test and find more about your vocal type in this article.

Practical Steps to Learn ‘Peter Pan’

  1. Listen to the song a few times. Identify the parts where Kelsea uses her mixed voice.
  2. Practice the mixed voice technique. Watch our video on Mixed Voice technique.
  3. Start by singing the song slowly with correct vocal technique. You can also use our Vocal Pitch Monitor to ensure you are hitting the right notes.
  4. Gradually increase the speed of the song as you become comfortable. Remember, practicing a bit every day is more effective than one long session a week.

Another great tool to use is the Pitch Training interactive game which can help improve your pitch accuracy and agility.

Final Thoughts

Persist with your practice and don’t be afraid to experiment with your voice. Listen to different renditions of the song to get inspiration on how you can personalize it. And most importantly, don’t forget to enjoy singing!

Remember, developing your mixed voice is a journey. Give yourself time and be patient with the process.