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"Head Posture For Singing" - Quick Singing Tips Ep. 3
Where should your head be when you sing? Is there a proper head position for singing? In Episode 3, New York Vocal Coaching’s Founder Justin Stoney explores how the head’s movement affects pitch, style, and technique. Enjoy Quick Singing Tips!
"Breathe Through Mouth Or Nose?" - Quick Singing Tips Ep. 2
Should you breathe in through your mouth or through your nose when you sing? Voice Teacher Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching explores this topic in the second episode of our series. So, take a nice deep breath! And enjoy Quick Singing Tips!
“New Year’s Vocal Resolution” - Quick Singing Tips Ep. 1
New Year - New Show from New York Vocal Coaching! Join NYVC Founder Justin Stoney for our new series - Quick Singing Tips! Each week we will answer a singing question in an exciting location all around New York City! Happy New Year from NYVC! Enjoy Quick Singing Tips!
Ep. 97 “Miracles On 38th Street - Singing Is A Miracle!”
Christmas isn’t just a day - it’s a frame of mind! In Episode 97, Voice Teacher Justin Stoney takes a look at the Miracles of Singing. The Holidays give us a precious opportunity to cherish our voices, restore our faith, and believe again in Beauty, Joy, and Miracles. May this special episode of Voice Lessons To The World bless your Holiday Season and help you to Make A Miraculous Noise!
Ep. 96 “How To Sing The AY Vowel - The DAY Arrives!”
Throughout our series, we have investigated the advantages of disadvantages of singing many different Vowel sounds. In Episode 96, Voice Teacher Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching explores the AY Vowel and what it can do to benefit your vocal technique. Through vocal tips, demonstrations, and a singing exercise - you’ll improve the strength, tone, and beauty of your singing voice.
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!
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. 92 Appoggio Breathing For Singing - "Breath Support’s GOLD Standard"
Is there a “BEST” way to breathe for singing? In fact, there is! It is called “Appoggio Breathing”. Appoggio Breathing is a time-honored Breath Support and Breath Management system that has worked for generations of both classical and contemporary singers. In Episode 92, Voice Teacher Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching breaks down the technique of Appoggio Breathing and offer exercises to improve your breathing for singing.
Ep. 91 "Forward Placement Singing"
Singers are often asked by Voice Teachers to bring their voices more “Forward”. But, what does this mean and how do we do it? In Episode 91, New York Vocal Coaching Founder Justin Stoney explains the nuances of singing with Forward tone including Twang, Nasal Resonance, Embouchure, Larynx Position, Formants and more! It’s a New Year - let your voice SHINE!