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Amy Chapman - Voice Therapist. How Liquids Affect Your Voice.

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Amy Chapman - Voice Therapist. How Liquids Affect Your Voice.

Post: # 364Post Dana
Sat Nov 24, 2018 11:31 am

Amy Chapman - Voice Therapist. How Liquids Affect Your Voice. When you get ready to record, you will hear many things you should and should not do, as far as keeping your vocal cords moist. This is a great video where Amy goes through the dos and the don'ts, concerning the things that will affect your voice. It is well worth the 21 mins that you will lose, to watch it.

https://youtu.be/uvnPP-OSOgM


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