Singing Guide: Heaven 17

Singing Guide: Heaven 17

Vocal technique, exercises, tips and relevant resources

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If you want to sing like Heaven 17, you'll want to focus on your breath control and range as their songs are known for their high notes and long drawn-out notes. Vocalist Glenn Gregory often employs a unique vibrato and sliding technique in his singing style, which you can try to emulate.

To start, utilize Singing Carrots' Vocal Range Test to figure out your current range. Once you know your natural range, work on expanding it with Singing Carrots' Pitch Training exercises. Practicing these exercises regularly will help you strengthen your ability to hit high notes which is particularly important if you want to sing Heaven 17 songs.

One of Heaven 17's most famous songs is "Temptation," which is an excellent showcase of Glenn Gregory's vocal technique. In addition to this song, try singing along with other Heaven 17 hits like "Let Me Go," "Crushed by the Wheels of Industry," and "Come Live with Me."

While singing, pay close attention to your breathing technique. Use the breathing exercises from Singing Carrots' Breath Support article to improve your breath control and sustain long notes with ease. Don't forget to practice proper posture to avoid constriction and achieve good breathing flow.

To develop your vibrato, try singing along with vibrato exercises found in Singing Carrots' Vibrato Video. Practice voice control using Singing Carrots' Heavy Modal, Twang, and Belting exercises. Finally, use Singing Carrots' performance tips to perfect your stage presence and control emotions while singing.

With Singing Carrots' extensive collection of resources and your hard work practicing, you'll find that your singing ability has improved greatly, and you're one step closer to mastering Heaven 17's unique vocal style.

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