Many transwomen feel frustrated with their voice – maybe the pitch is still too low, or maybe the pitch has been raised, but still doesn’t sound natural or feel authentic. Voice feminization is a voice therapy approach that helps transfemales develop the voice they want.
Wondering how long it takes to achieve the desired feminine voice? Contact Musser Voice today to see how Dr. Musser can help you reach your goals.
Successful voice feminization addresses all aspects of communication like intonation, resonance, speech, vocabulary, and non-verbal behaviors. Addressing all aspects of your communication results in an authentic voice that reflects who you are!
The average male vocal folds vibrate 110 times per second (110 Hz) while the average female vocal folds vibrate 220 times per second (220 Hz). Both of these speeds are too fast for the human eye to see, but by using a strobe light during an exam, we can simulate the slow motion vibration. Notice how my vocal folds vibrate in mirror image to each …
If your voice does not reflect who you are, is hindering your transition, or makes you feel less than confident about how you present, voice feminization therapy is a non-surgical option that can help you achieve your voice goals!
The focus of voice feminization is to develop a voice that reflects who you are. Although the pitch of your voice is a major factor, there are many characteristics involved in achieving an authentic voice you feel confident with.
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 male on the phone. Some have zeroed in on the voice they want, but cannot seem to sustain it throughout their day. These are all …
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. Head over to https://musservoice.com for more information.