Pop & Classical Vocal Conditioning

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    1. How to Strengthen Your Singing Voice
    A lesson with New York Vocal Coaching
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    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.

    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.

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    2. Vocal Tips for Healthy Belting
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    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.

    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.

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    3. Using Middle Notes to Hit High Notes
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    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!

    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!

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    4. How to Stop Your Voice from Cracking
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    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.

    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.

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    5. Nasality vs. Nasal Resonance
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    In this singing lesson, you’ll learn the difference between sounding "nasal" and using nasal resonance appropriately for both speaking and singing.

    In this singing lesson, you’ll learn the difference between sounding "nasal" and using nasal resonance appropriately for both speaking and singing.

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You look like Leonardo DiCaprio lol
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wealth p
Hi I’m wealth. Thanks for the lesson. My first day.
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Linda N
You teach well. You are engaging, clear and appropriately repetitive. Thank you.
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The lesson was well planned, clear, and concise.
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