Episodes tagged "Learn To Sing"
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!
Ep. 95 “Wild Vocal Kingdom 3 - Singing Exercises For The ANIMAL In You”
ROAR!!! It’s time to gear up for the last stop on our Singing Safari! Vocal Zoologist Marlin Perkins and New York Vocal Coaching’s Justin Stoney show us how Mother Nature can be our best Voice Teacher. Marlin and Justin scoured the wilderness in search of the best vocal techniques, exercises, and sounds known to man and beast! In this final episode, Marlin Perkins even encounters an astounding creature that’s witnessed more Singing Lessons than any animal in history! Enjoy Voice Lessons To The World
Ep. 94 "Wild Vocal Kingdom 2 - "Singing Exercises For The ANIMAL In You"
Time to go APE! Vocal Zoologist Marlin Perkins and New York Vocal Coaching’s Justin Stoney return for Part 2 of their singing safari. In Ep. 94, this unlikely duo explores even more vocal exercises and singing tips that can only be found by traveling deep into the jungle. Improve your vocal technique by letting the Wild Kingdom become your Voice Teacher!
Ep. 93 "Wild Vocal Kingdom 1 - "Singing Exercises For The ANIMAL In You"
NYVC and it's Staff are officially settled in the glorious new studios on 38th Street in Midtown Manhattan. And this can only mean one thing: VLTTW IS BACK!!! New York Vocal Coaching Founder Justin Stoney joins forces with Vocal Zoologist Marlin Perkins to take you on a three-part singing safari! Learn how the sounds of the animal kingdom can help you to improve your vocal technique. Through singing exercises, vocal tips, and some zaniness, you'll "unleash the beast" of vocal progress.
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.
Ep. 67 “VoiceNet 2- R Behind Bars”
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. 51 "Diphthongs"
Diphthongs are something that many singers have been told to correct. But, what's a Diphthong anyway? And what difference does it make for being a great singer? Find out in Episode 51, as New York Vocal Coaching's Justin Stoney explores how to master Diphthongs as they apply to both style and technique.
Ep. 47 "Vocal Fry For Compression" - Vocal Fry Trilogy Part 2
In Part 2 of the Vocal Fry Trilogy, Voice Teacher Justin Stoney describes how the vocal fry can be used for better Vocal Technique. With tips, demonstrations, and vocal exercises, learn how the vocal fry can be used to help you hit high notes, coordinate your mix, and reach your vocal potential.
Ep. 42 "The Amazing Larynx"
Singers and Voice Teachers often make the mistake of thinking that one vocal style or another is the "superior" way to sing. This can cause severe vocal limitations and even animosity. Yet, the Amazing Larynx is capable of so much more than people think! In Episode 42, New York Vocal Coaching's Justin Stoney demonstrates two awesome vocal tricks and offers an exercise that will help you transcend rigid thinking and find out what the voice is really capable of.
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!
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.
Ep. 36 "Aspects of Musical Theatre"
Are you an aspiring Broadway or Musical Theatre singer? In Episode 36, Voice Teacher Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching discusses some of the common characteristics of Broadway singing and reveals tips on Musical Theatre singing that the theatre pros know. Belting, legit, character sounds, acting, and many more topics are covered in this fun and informative episode!
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.
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.
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.
Ep. 31 "Changing Your Style"
Are you feeling stuck just singing one style of music? Do you feel that everything you sing sounds the same? In Episode 31, Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching discusses ways to expand your stylistic horizons to be able to sing new styles of music while still maintaining what makes your sound unique.
Ep. 23 "Benefits Of Yodeling"
In the followup to Episode 22, Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching gives a great exercise for moving between vocal registers using the unusual concept of yodeling. Practice a unique vocal exercise that can help you improve your vocal agility, registration, and flexibility.
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.
Ep. 20 "Hiss Contest!"
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. 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.
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.
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!
Ep. 6 "Vibrato Speeds"
Are you born with your vibrato speed or can it be changed? Voice Teacher Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching answers this and other tough questions about vibrato in the 6th Episode of Voice Lessons To The World. Keep singing, keep practicing, and enjoy the show!
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.
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.
Ep. 2 "Nasality Vs. Nasal Resonance"
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!
Ep. 1 "4 Breathing Types"
Episode 1 of Voice Lessons To The World: "4 Breathing Types". In the first episode of VLTTW, Justin Stoney, the founder of New York Vocal Coaching in New York City offers singers insight on various forms of breathing found in singing. He allows gives tips and information on how to use the breath more efficiently to improve the singing voice. Enjoy the show designed to help singers everywhere!