Ep. 48 "Vocal Fry Falloffs" - Vocal Fry Trilogy Part 3

Released Sunday, September 15, 2013

In Part 3 of the Vocal Fry Trilogy, Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching demonstrates a very specific pop nuance called a "Fall Off" that can be done with the Vocal Fry. Through tips and exercises, learn about "Falloffs" and how they can make your contemporary singing more authentic and nuanced!


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