Singing Guide: Martin Garrix feat. Mike Yung

Singing Guide: Martin Garrix feat. Mike Yung

Vocal technique, exercises, tips and relevant resources

Are you a beginner or advanced singer?

If you want to learn to sing like Martin Garrix featuring Mike Yung's unique vocals, there are a few things to keep in mind: good breath support, the ability to find the vocal break seamlessly, and executing vibrato with excellent pitch accuracy.

Mike Yung's bluesy baritone complements Martin Garrix's upbeat electronic music style. The combination of coolness and upbeat energy creates a perfect sound. Therefore, it's no wonder that the result was a big hit.

Firstly, it's essential to work on your breath support to sing like Mike Yung. The Farinelli Breathing exercise, found in our resources, can help practice diaphragmatic breathing. Another critical aspect is to open your mouth and throat while singing, which increases the resonant space in your body.

Secondly, for a clean voice break, work with the voice break video exercise linked above. Finding this point in your voice is critical to join the two registers and achieve Mike's sound.

Last but not least, check out Beggars Bounce in the skill-related videos section to learn how to execute vibrato and pitch accuracy better, and train with our Pitch Training - Educational Singing Game located in the Resources section to improve.

Utilize our pitch accuracy test and vocal pitch monitor to work on your pitch accuracy, then train with exercises found in the Pitch Training section. The Vocal Range tool may help you understand the range Yung uses, as well as finding songs that fit your vocal range.

We hope our resources will help you learn how to sing like Martin Garrix featuring Mike Yung by understanding how to develop your breath support, nail the voice break, and use vibrato with pitch accuracy. Good luck!

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