Ep. 7 “My Voice Is Weak”- Voice Lessons To The World

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Is your voice weak? Do you lack vocal power? In Episode 7, Justin Stoney, founder of New York Vocal Coaching addresses a common reason that singers lack strength to their singing voices. Enjoy Voice Lessons To The World!

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  1. This and the tone deaf video really makes me feel better. I knew when I as
    off pitch but I didn’t know how to get on pitch so I thought I was tone
    deaf. On top of that I always thought “but my singing voice is ugly” so I
    tried to make it prettier. This only made me think I couldn’t sing. I’m
    going to try singing at home till I can get confident enough for lessons. 

  2. I like the way you changed your posture and tone with every video. Can I
    ask where did you “learn” that new attitude? :D

  3. The only way I’m able to sing without singing breathy is to close my throat
    which means I’m unable to sing from my diaphragm. What should I do?

  4. If I struggle to reach high notes should I just not sing high? I see many
    artists that have a loud range lose their voices and vocal quality.

  5. I have choir members who have voices that are very light…. I also have
    some that don’t always match pitch… help me please

  6. OMG, you are so helpful!! I am auditioning for American Idol and I
    definitely need some tips to make my voice better. You are a lifesaver😅 I
    mean, I think I’m a pretty good singer and so does everyone else, but a
    little help won’t hurt. I’ve been told that I try too hard when I sing so
    this episode definitely helped a whole lot. Thanks so much😘

  7. Hi Justin, after wanting to be a better singer for years, I found your
    video. Who knew that a simple ‘hey there’ could be so powerful?! My voice
    (and confidence) has improved massively already. Thank you for the
    guidance! Off to subscribe and check out your other videos 😁

  8. Justin thank you sooooo much for sharing you knowledge and talent and
    teaching skills with us. I have learned in these 7 episodes, more than in
    taking private singing lessons for over a year. I’m looking forward to
    enjoying all the future episodes that you have generously offered to
    us.Question: Is there a preferred “set” progression in learning to sing?
    i.e. it’s preferable to learn “A” before “B” etc.? Many thanks again.

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  9. This was actually a super helpful one – For new singers the idea of the
    “pretty” voice idea being a cause for the breathiness is really spot on;
    now I’m practising non-breathy singing. Thanks!

  10. Help. when I try to say hey there,I cough. My voice has been breathy for
    over 10 years.Doctors don’t know why. Had a paste injected by left vocal
    chord that did work, but only lasted like a day. supposed to last 6 months.
    had a permanent piece put by vocal chord, same thing. Voice went back to
    breathy. please help. This is ruining my life.

  11. I teach children to memorise and recite the Quraan here in South Africa. I
    use most of Justin’s content and a few videos in class and have noticed a
    vast improvement in the recital of all my students.
    Thank you so much and keep up the good work.

    1. I do accept as true with all of the ideas yo17u82#&;ve introduced in your post. They are very convincing and can definitely work. Nonetheless, the posts are too quick for starters. Could you please extend them a little from subsequent time? Thank you for the post.

  12. Now, whilst this can bring you relief, if you are performing you may not have any sensation to feel strain or pressure in your throat when you are singing.

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