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Episodes tagged "Voice Coaches"

4/26/2018

Ep. 100 Turns 100! - “Make A Joyful Noise!”

It’s here. The 100th Episode of Voice Lessons To The World. New York Vocal Coaching Founder Justin Stoney offers thanks to the over 100,000 Subscribers who have watched over 10 million Voice Lessons! We look back at the funniest clips, best singing tips, and most inspirational moments throughout the years. We’re so blessed by the singers, Voice Teachers, and pedagogues worldwide who have supported our show and NYVC! The best is yet to come! Make A Joyful Noise!

4/26/2015

Ep. 76 "Top Ten Singing Tips!"

Singers challenged us to present the Top Ten best singing tips - and they’re here! In Ep. 76, voice teacher Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching takes up the challenge Joyfully. Whether you are looking to improve your vocal technique, expand your singing knowledge, or rekindle your soul - we hope these tips can help you on your vocal journey.

9/17/2014

Ep. 69 “How To Find A Good Voice Teacher”

Every serious singer hopes to find a truly inspirational Voice Teacher. Someone to mentor them and help them reach their highest vocal and artistic potential. However, finding a good Vocal Coach can actually be quite a difficult task. In Episode 69, Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching offers insights about the qualities and skills that singers should look when searching for the Voice Teacher that was “meant to be”.

9/3/2014

Ep. 68 "How To Warm Up Your Voice"

Great technique exercises are perhaps the best way to improve as a singer. But, what if you just need a good old-fashioned vocal warmup? Join Voice Teacher Justin Stoney for a full vocal warmup that includes mind, body, soul along with every vocal register!

3/15/2013

Ep. 39 "You'll Never Be A Good Singer"

Have you been told by someone that you can't sing? Did you believe them? Feel like giving up? Let Justin have the final word! In the very important, Episode 39, New York Vocal Coaching's Justin Stoney sets the record straight about whether everyone has the potential to be a good singer. The facts will encourage you. The negative voices will no longer have power over you. The truth will set you free!

3/1/2013

Ep. 38 "The Deadly I"

"I know I have that note! So, why can't I sing this song?" Perhaps you are falling victim to The Deadly "I". In Episode 38, New York Vocal Coaching's Justin Stoney talks about the "I" vowel and why it is so difficult to sing in so many songs. He also gives exercises and ideas on how to fix this problematic technique issue.

2/15/2013

Ep. 37 "Glottal: Friend Or Foe?"

Do Glottals destroy the voice? Many people say they do. Others may not even know what a Glottal is. Find out whether the Glottal is a destructive enemy or a great friend in Episode 37. Voice Teacher Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching offers tips for singers on how to use this misunderstood and feared sound effectively.

1/18/2013

Ep. 35 "Jaw Thrust"

Does your singing suffer from a lot of tension? Maybe it's your jaw. Learn to solve one of the most common vocal tensions in Episode 35 of Voice Lessons The World. New York Vocal Coaching's Justin Stoney describes what causes this pesky vocal problem and gives ideas and exercises to help you free up your singing.

1/4/2013

Ep. 34 "Pitch On A Pedestal"

Do you have pitch problems or trouble staying on pitch when you sing? In Episode 34, Voice Teacher Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching offers a solution that might surprise you. Find out new strategies to solve your pitch issues and solve them for good!

12/21/2012

Ep. 33 "Tongue Retraction"

Knowing what to do with the tongue is one of the important concepts in all of singing and vocal technique. In Episode 33, New York Vocal Coaching's Justin Stoney discusses one of the most common issues: tongue retraction. With vocal exercises and demonstrations, hopefully singers everywhere will learn how to fix this very common and limiting problem.

12/7/2012

Ep. 32 "Spreading"

What does it mean to "spread" as a singer? And why do singers struggle so much with spreading? In Episode 32, Voice Teacher Justin Stoney discusses the mechanics of spreading and why it can be such a severe limitation to singers. He also offers concepts and exercises to help eliminate this problem from your singing.

8/3/2012

Ep. 22 "Quick Changes"

How do great singers like Adele move between vocal registers so quickly? Find out as Voice Teacher Justin Stoney breaks down Adele's "Set Fire To The Rain" in Episode 22. Learn more about head voice, chest voice, and mix and also how singers move quickly between registers.

7/13/2012

Ep. 19 "What's A 'Filter'?"

Need some good exercises for stretching your high notes? Try a Filter! What's that? Find out in Episode 19 of Voice Lessons To The World. Justin Stoney, Founder of New York Vocal Coaching, discusses Filters as a means for accessing head voice and improving high notes.

6/22/2012

Ep. 16 "Please Don't Judge"

Do you hate your voice no matter what anyone says? In Episode 16 of Voice Lessons To The World, Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching gives tips on how harsh judgment and negative thoughts can affect the singing voice and offers suggestions on how to overcome this.

5/25/2012

Ep. 12 "Cracking"- Voice Lessons To The World

Cracking- one of the biggest fears for most singers. In Episode 12, Voice Teacher Justin Stoney gives advice on what to do about cracking. Learn tips not only on how cracking can be fixed, but also how it can be used for your vocal best!

5/11/2012

Ep. 10 "Middle Notes or High Notes"- Voice Lessons To The World

High Notes aren't as difficult as you may think. But, you need to know how to approach them. In Episode 10 of Voice Lessons To The World, Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching describes one of the biggest secrets to assuring that your high notes are effortless and plentiful. Watch Voice Lessons To The World every Friday for free vocal tips and e-mail us your singing questions to be answered on future episodes of the show!

3/29/2012

Ep. 4 "Larynx And Style"

In Episode 4 of Voice Lessons To The World, voice teacher Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching explains how the position of the larynx can affect the style of music that one is singing. Misunderstanding the larynx can result in some truly comical effects! Or, it can lead singers to being able to sing multiple musical styles with versatility, confidence, and freedom.

3/22/2012

Ep. 3 "How To Riff- The Pentatonic Scale"

In Episode 3, Voice Teacher Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching, gives the foundation for learning how to riff. Justin teaches breaks down the pentatonic scale, offers exercises in riffs and melismas, and discusses how this applies to songs- including "Rolling In The Deep" by Adele. Enjoy Voice Lessons To The World.