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How to Make Your Voice Deeper

Published on 3/11/2019
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Hello Friends! since i am creating YT videos i noticed that i should work on my voice... I found this Info on how to deeper your voice;

So, how DO you achieve a deep voice?

FIRST of all, you need to get and maintain physical fitness – get loads of sleep, eat good natural foods, be fully hydrated drinking pure water. Be active and do regular exercise. I don’t want to sound like a finger-wagging nanny but think about it. If you want to optimise your body for anything, whether it’s running a marathon or developing a nice rich, resonant voice, get in shape!

Next, feel good about yourself. A higher, or even nervous voice could be a sign of a lack of self-confidence, or a reaction to some bad things in your past. I’ve worked with people with light, nervous voices when they have the physical potential to have lovely deep, rich voices. Sometimes I find the reason is not just cute shyness, but they’ve actually had a rubbish childhood and upbringing with parents continually telling them to shut up, or school bullies draining their confidence for years.

Relax - you have a right to be here. Know that most people genuinely want to hear what you have to say and will give you time to talk. Yawn, even if you’re not tired. Yawn, and yawn again, and stretch for good measure. Do this to relax the neck muscles and the vocal cords. Relaxation is the key to a good, deep, mature voice quality. After a good night sleep, listen to how lovely and soft and smooth and deep your voice is, compared with after a tense business meeting when you’re all stressed out! Come on, let’s see that yawn!

Believe in what you are talking about. Totally feel passionate about every word you say. What’s THIS got to do with voice depth? Strangely, when you believe deeply about something, your voice sounds deeper too. Experienced detective psychologists know that intonation and depth of speech is often an indication of truth or lie. Convince yourself: you speak the truth. You ARE the truth. The truth is YOU.

OK, now the depth of anyone’s voice is down to the thickness of the vocal cords and the size and shape of their body, but you can ENHANCE the richness and depth of your voice by simple exercises. Hum or chant low, very low, while relaxing and standing, not sitting. Don’t crush the diaphragm, don’t strain your voice; simply take in deep breaths and hum comfortably, 10 minutes a day minimum. I do this low humming on my regular car journeys between recording studios, it makes the most of my time. Low humming is such a wonderful and easy way to get a richer, deeper voice, but don’t strain it, please. If it’s uncomfortable, just go up a little until you feel relaxed and OK.

f you find doing anything low a problem, you may have tension issues. So, here’s how to find the problem areas on your body. Pretend you’re in an extremely tense situation, say on stage or a live TV show. Really imagine it! All those people looking at you! Now, identify the muscles that are tense. They’ll be in your neck area, your throat and shoulders. Actively pinpoint these areas and relax them. Once you have relaxed them fully, and you can test this by humming low. Then you need to create a “mental pre-set” for this condition. We all have various “pre-set” voices. One to talk to little kids, one for the boss, one for your partner, and so on. So, you need to teach yourself to easily and quickly “snap” into this relaxed pre-set on will for talking in your new deeper, smooth voice. As well as being generally physically fit, you need a good volume of air to speak, and it needs to be strong and long lasting too.

xercise your diaphragm by blowing out sharply for about 30 times. Then relax and do this again later in the day. It’s a good exercise to strengthen your abdominal muscles and your diaphragm which will assist greatly your ability to achieve a rich low voice, and to keep it consistent. Close your mouth and suck on an invisible straw. Hold for about 5 seconds then release. This strengthens all important muscle groups in your throat. Don’t do this too much or you may get dizzy. Send your mouth and throat to the gym to get well on the road to a deeper, more resonant voice!

When you buy a guitar string, stretch it out and pluck it, it doesn’t sound like an acoustic guitar until it actually vibrates in the body cavity of the guitar itself. So many people speak from the throat, and don’t actually use the wonderful chest cavities we have. Learn to use your chest to gain resonance. Relax your throat muscles and learn to identify how you can resonate your voice. You can check this by low humming and putting your hand on your upper chest. Can you feel the vibrations?

 

                    

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