Updated: 3 days ago
Have you ever wondered if it was possible to learn a whole song in a short amount of time? Like, one hour? Well, you've come to the right place.
With the right process, you can absolutely learn an entire song in a short amount of time. And, even better, I've created an entire video on how to do it! Just press play on the video below to be guided, step by step, through the process of learning a whole song - fast.
How to Learn a Whole Song in One Hour
Step 1: Work Out Where You're Going to Breathe
Add your breathing onto your lyrics - I recommend ticking everywhere that you can take a breath.
Step 2: Mark Out the Tricky Bits
Sing through the song with the original artist and make a note of anything that's difficult for you - we'll work on these sections next.
Step 3: Work on the Tricky Bits
Now that you know what parts of the song are likely to cause you trouble, it's time to work on them! You can do this by practicing the section with different techniques until you find something that works, OR you can change the section completely to make it work for you.
Step 4: Vowels!!
The next step is to make sure you're really nailing the vowels throughout the entire song. Try singing the song with only the vowels until you get a great sound, then sing the song normally and see if you can hear the difference.
Step 5: Use a Backing Track
Now that you've sorted out the technique, it's time to sing the song with a backing track. This is where you'll notice if you're still unsure of some rhythms or melodies, so mark down anything that comes up.
Step 6: Fix Any Remaining Issues
If you had any problems pop up when singing with the backing track, it's time to fix them. You can repeat steps 5 and 6 as many times as you need.
Step 7: Sing the Song!
That's it! You've now learned the entire song. Congrats!
Make sure to let me know how you go using this process - I'd love to hear about it!