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Change a Harsh Voice Into a Sweet Soft Singing Voice

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How change my voice be soft, can you help me?

My voice is becoming harsh day by day. I need some tips to make my voice soft. I am a boy

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How can I change my voice into a sweet soft voice for me as a girl?

When I speak to my friends, they are surprised and say that I am too loud and ask me to calm down and tell me that I sound like a boy; but I really don't want to be like that. Can you please help me? I have tried: singing. I think it was caused by: I am being stressed all of the time and not taking out my energy

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You do not have to go higher to get a sweet soft voice, as it is believed that lower voices sound more adult. When you want to talk faster as you release your stress, actually slow yours speech down: it will also help you to retain your breathing as you speak. When you speak, try to raise the pitch of your sentences at the end of them. Do not change volume in the sentence as you speak: this is the male-type control of intonation. Focus on articulation as you speak slower. Start and end your speech slowly and do not swallow pronouns or articles. Raise the position of the laryngeal cartilage, which will rid you of the male resonance. You can feel the cartilage if you place your hand on your throat and pronounce a long vowel, going higher: the cartilage should move. While you do that, place your tongue higher and flatter as usual. Try to somewhat open the glottis: the position of the glottis controls the pressure of the air passing through the vocal cords. This should shift your voiced consonants into less voiced. Singers also operate with the "head" voice: you need to employ that rather than "chest" voice. Open your mouth a little more, and use more air pressure. You have to whirl the air up into your head to get that feminine tone for the voice. Relax before you start speech. Breathe in and breathe out. Think over the next phrase: to allow yourself more time to think it over, make your speech more eloquent and get rid of any slang words, colloquialisms, and replace some simple words with their more exact synonyms. Record yourself speaking and practise these exercises above to sound quieter, calmer, and more feminine.

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How to change a harsh creaky voice into a soft sweet voice?

Whenever I sing, it creaks high or low and not pleasant to the ear, is like 3 voices in one, not able to come together like finding there places in one creaky house. I have tried: Nothing. I think it was caused by: Too much shouting at my siblings

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Hi sir, how to change hard voice to soft one?

Hard voice to soft for singing

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