Ep. 2 "Nasality Vs. Nasal Resonance"

Released Friday, March 16, 2012

In Episode 2 of Voice Lessons To The World, Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching explains the difference between sounding "nasal" and using nasal resonance appropriately for both speaking and singing. Those who have been told they have a nasal voice can find out the truth about what it means to be nasal and how to fix this. Enjoy VLTTW!

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