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2/1/2013

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!

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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.

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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!

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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.

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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.

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10/19/2012

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.

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9/30/2012

Ep. 30 "Vibrato 1- Pitch Changes"

Can vibrato be learned and practiced? In Episode 30 of Voice Lessons To The World, Voice Teacher Justin Stoney begins a new series on how to develop vibrato in your singing voice.

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9/21/2012

Ep. 29 "Practice Practice"

Like to practice your singing? We hope so! But, how long is too long? How short is too short? In Episode 29 of Voice Lessons To The World, Voice Teacher Justin Stoney offers tips on creating the ultimate practice routine for yourself to help you achieve your vocal best.

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9/14/2012

Ep. 28 "Bad To Be Breathy?"- Voice Lessons To The World

Have you been told that breathy singing is bad for you? Or that it's damaging to the voice to sing breathily? New York Vocal Coaching's Justin Stoney describes the role breathiness plays in both style and technique in Episode 28.

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9/7/2012

Ep. 27 "How To Riff 2: Slashes"

Want to improve your Riffs as a singer? In Part 2 of our "How To Riff" series, we continue to explore elements of Riffing within Pop/Rock/R&B singing. New York Vocal Coaching's Justin Stoney talks about "slashes" and "grace notes" and the part they play in Riffing and contemporary music. Justin also offers an exercise for you to sharpen your Riffing skills!