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How To Make Your Voice Heavier & Lower [Explained]

How To Make Your Voice Heavier & Lower [Explained]

Do you want to make your voice heavier and develop a lower voice? Although we have to deal with what we have received from birth, there are certainly exercises to lower your voice and beautify it. Read along…

Many of us want a deeper voice …

Have you ever listened to a recording of your voice and then crouched at how high it sounded? Did it sound nasal, uncertain and / or high-pitched?

A deep, strong, masculine voice is not without its benefits. We find men with deeper voices more memorable and charismatic than men with higher voices.

How to develop your natural voice to its fullest potential

Obviously, we can’t all sound like Dean Martin, but that doesn’t mean we can’t actively work to make our voice a lot more pleasant.

We can’t really change our vocal cords – they are innate and they control how low your voice can go. Yet you can give your voice more warmth, fullness and expression so that people can understand exactly what you are saying.

Unless you’re a singer or actor, you probably haven’t been given instructions on how to use your voice properly. That’s why most of us probably haven’t optimized our voice yet.

Ready to find your best voice? Let’s start.

Do you want a heavier voice? Deeper breathing = deeper voice

If you want a deeper voice, your goal should be to lower your breathing. Make it a goal not to breathe and talk through your throat – nor through your chest, but lower still: through your stomach.

Breathe out of your diaphragm for a stronger, more confident, and yes, a slightly deeper voice.

Follow these steps to lower your breathing (and therefore your speech)

Do this exercise to get used to deeper breathing:

  1. Lie on your back.
  2. Inhale through your mouth.
  3. Exhale through your mouth, keeping your chest still. Only your stomach should move. Put your hand on your stomach to feel this

Get a deeper voice? Learn from Elliott Hulse

Watch the always special videos of Elliott Hulse below, someone who teaches us a lot about masculinity, breathing and the power of your voice.

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