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- Total Time 1 hr, 43 min
- Lessons 14
- Attachment 1
- Exercises 25
14 Lessons in This Course
7 minFREESinging lesson 1Free4 CQ
Do you lack vocal power? In this lesson, Justin Stoney of New York Vocal Coaching addresses a common reason why beginner singers have weak singing voices.
6 minFREESinging lesson 2Free4 CQ
Belting is bad for your voice, right? Wrong! This lesson from New York Vocal Coaching will tell you how to belt safely. So sing it loud! You know you want to.
5 minFREESinging lesson 3Free3 CQ
Master your high notes by working on your middle notes! One of the biggest secrets for hitting a great high note is perfecting the middle notes first!
8 minFREESinging lesson 4Free5 CQ
Don't worry -- every singer's voice cracks from time to time. In this vocal lesson, Justin Stoney shares some awesome tips and exercises to prevent cracking.
3 minFREESinging lesson 5Free2 CQ
In this singing lesson, you’ll learn the difference between sounding "nasal" and using nasal resonance appropriately for both speaking and singing.
9 minFREESinging lesson 6Free5 CQ
Did you know that the vowel “I” is deadly? Well, figuratively speaking. Learn how to sing notes with the vowel “I” in them and discover other singing tips.
6 minFREESinging lesson 7Free4 CQ
Is a song difficult for you to sing in any key even if you raise or lower it? Voice teacher Justin Stoney addresses the issue of hard consonants in this lesson.
6 minFREESinging lesson 8Free4 CQ
Are you born with a set vibrato speed or can it be changed? Discover different vibrato speeds that are important whether you sing classical or contemporary.
7 minFREESinging lesson 9Free4 CQ
In this singing lesson, learn how to manipulate your larynx properly to sing multiple musical styles with versatility, confidence, and freedom.
8 minFREESinging lesson 10Free5 CQ
You may know the difference between classical music and pop music, but in this lesson, you’ll learn about the different vocal techniques each genre uses.
10 minFREESinging lesson 11Free6 CQ
Are you learning to speak Spanish or Italian and want to know how to roll your R's? Learn how to do tongue trills with these vocal and tongue tips.
6 minFREESinging lesson 12Free4 CQ
If you like to sing R&B or pop, you’ll want to learn how to riff! Learn what a riff is and discover how to riff using the pentatonic scale as a foundation.
7 minFREESinging lesson 13Free4 CQ
Know some vocal techniques to improve your singing, but struggling to apply it to a song? Learn some tips and exercises to troubleshoot common vocal issues.
9 minFREESinging lesson 14Free5 CQ
In singing, it’s important to be able to lower the larynx—but how do you do it? Voice Lessons to the World shares strategies for singing in a deep tone.
14103 minFREE14-part Singing courseFree59 CQ
Transform your singing into powerhouse vocals! This course from New York Vocal Coaching covers vocal exercises and techniques to strengthen the voice, expand the vocal range, and improve pitch.
13148 min13-part Singing course79 CQ
Ready to take your singing abilities to the next level? Learn how to release your natural singing voice by using proper body posture and breathing in this course for beginners.
318 min3-part Singing course11 CQ
Improving singing requires more than just vocal training. In this brief fitness course for singers, learn to free your breath and build lung capacity with a series of yoga poses and pilates exercises.
340 min3-part Singing course22 CQ
For any singer, warming up the voice before before jumping into a song is essential. In this singing course, warm up the voice with tongue twisters, vowel exercises, and a humming exercise.
430 min4-part Singing course17 CQ
Vocal coach Chip Jenkins explains how the vocal cords produce sound, the four onsets of vocal tone, how posture affects the voice, and how to apply principles of vocal anatomy to improve as a singer.