Ep. 82 "How To Not Strain Your Voice (Or Your Soul)"

Released Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Many singers complain of vocal strain or are told they are straining their voices. This can lead to limitations, problems, and even damage. In Episode 82, Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching discusses the specifics of strain in singing and what can be done to fix this. Unburden your voice and also your soul!


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