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Change a Harsh Voice Into a Sweet Soft Singing Voice

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My tone of voice is like I am quarreling even when I am normally speaking,?

Loud tone, sounds curt even I am speaking to friends or even when I am joking. I have tried: Nothing. I think it was caused by: I really don't know. guess while I was playing cricket shouting was inevitable

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My voice is very savvy and not sweet please help me?

Sir my voice is not sweet please give me tips on how can we make a sweet voice. I have tried: Sweet voice. I think it was caused by: I make a beautiful voice

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First my voice was sweet now my Adam apple is a big problem, my voice is as an adult man, help please to make it correct again?

How to make it sweet again. Help please!

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