110Hz vs. 220 Hz These numbers represent the average speaking pitch of cis males, as compared to that of cis females. Pitch is measured by how many times per second our vocal folds vibrate, and is measured in Hertz (Hz). … Read More
Author Archives: Dr. Joy Musser
The court said the language of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits sex discrimination, applies to discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. From the New York Times: WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that a landmark … Read More
If you’re a transfemale and interested in improving your voice, I can help! Many clients I see have already attempted voice modification in some way. Many feel that their voice is not authentic, or say that they’re still perceived as … Read More
Achieving voice-gender congruence is a common goal for many trans women. Often, there’s a disconnect between how you present and how you want to sound, and voice therapy can help! Using vocal exercises and learning the nuances of feminine communication … Read More
Achieving the desired feminine voice is so much more than speaking at a higher pitch. In our voice sessions, we’ll look at all aspects of voice, and those critical aspects of communication that contribute to being read as female.
“It’s more than pitch” is something I find myself saying a lot when working with clients on voice feminization. Pitch is important, yes, but feminizing all aspects of communication makes a far greater impact on how a person is perceived. … Read More