Mark Baxter, once vocal coach to Aerosmith and Journey and author of the renowned Rock-n-Roll Singer’s Survival Manual, says a wobbly voice could mean your airflow is out of balance.
To fix a wobbly voice, you must find your airflow balance. Mark Baxter’s bike analogy explanation will help you crank up the air just enough for a smooth ride.
Mark Baxter has worked as a coach with Aerosmith, Journey, Goo Goo Dolls — and many others. He is the author of The Rock-n-Roll Singer’s Survival, creator of The Singer’s Toolbox instructional DVD, Sing Like an Idol instructional CD. Mark operates vocal studios in New York, Boston, Los Angeles and online via Skype. Visit his website: VoiceLesson
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