Ep. 4 "Larynx And Style"

Released Friday, March 30, 2012

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.

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Ep. 20 "Hiss Contest!"

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Can you beat Justin in one of the greatest vocal exercises of all time? Put yourself to the test in Episode 20 of Voice Lessons To The World! New York Vocal Coaching's, Justin Stoney gives tips for increasing breath support and challenges you to an epic contest. See what your breath support is made of!
Ep. 67 “VoiceNet 2- R Behind Bars”

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Just like the L, the R consonant is a real rascal when it comes to singing songs. But take heart singers! In Ep. 67, Sgt. Joe Stoney of the NYVCPD helps put R Behind Bars! With some detective work, you can learn how to navigate songs that contain rascally Rs. The result is Range, Relief, and Real improvement. Enjoy Voice Lessons To The World and VoiceNet!
Ep. 48 "Vocal Fry Falloffs" - Vocal Fry Trilogy Part 3

9/15/2013 Ep. 48 "Vocal Fry Falloffs" - Vocal Fry Trilogy Part 3

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!