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Change a Harsh Voice Into a Sweet Soft Singing Voice

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Does trying to build up my body affect my soft voice and will speaking in a girl tone of voice enable me to do high notes like the vocals of angry theocracy avantasia etc., please help me out, thank you sir?

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You can practice scales and push yourself to the highest notes you can hit before squeaking. Speaking in a soft voice will protect your vocal cords for maximum performance range when you sing.

How can I have a soft sweet voice to sing? How can I hold my breath to do a high pitch?

My voice is too heavy for singing and my tongue ties up and I can't hold my breath to do a high pitch. I have tried: I tried using peppermint oil and steaming to clean out everything but its the same. I think it was caused by: Cold water, milk, pepper, alcohol, etc.

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You seem to already know what damages your vocal cords. You also may be trying to sing in a range and octave that is not right for you. You can read the several articles that have been posted on this page as well as this article Clear Your Singing Voice After Smoking, you may not have smoked but the methods in the article will help you.

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Change a Harsh Voice Into a Sweet Soft Singing Voice

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