Did you know that how you put stress on words as you’re talking can be read as masculine or feminine? Vowel length, vocal onset, and intrasyllabic inflections can influence how you’re read. Learn more at Musser Voice.
If you’re working on voice feminization, chances are you have come across these “techniques.” These maneuvers have zero carryover to speaking at a higher pitch; and they’re not supposed to! The musculature involved in these tasks is different from the … Read More
One common mistake I hear is the use of a higher pitch (often too high) when trying to feminize the voice, without adopting feminine speech and language characteristics. If masculine intonation, speech, and language patterns are still present, most will … Read More
Developing a reliable feminine voice has just as much to do with frequent practice, as it does with selecting an appropriate pitch. When you’re working within a reasonable target range for your voice, you will establish new motor patterns, that … Read More
Pitch Pitfall #3: “Going too high will sound fake. I’ll just raise my pitch a little so it still sounds natural.” Find out what the minimum pitch target should be and how adding a variety of pitch contours to your … Read More
Pitch Pitfall #2: “This pitch is perfect. I should speak at this pitch the whole time.” Once a target conversational pitch has been established, the goal is to develop a conversational pitch range around this target. This allows for natural … Read More
Now live on the blog: Alysandria’s Success Story! Ever wonder what results you can get from voice feminization sessions with a licensed voice therapist? No surgery, no gimmicks. A holistic approach to feminine communication. Read about Alysandria’s journey and hear … Read More
Pitch Pitfall #1: “This sounds too low. I should pick a higher pitch so I don’t get read as male.” Identifying a target speaking pitch is one of the most common struggles of voice feminization. Find out why selecting a … Read More