Fiona Black
Registered On: November 23, 2019
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Changing your voice to actually sound like a female is not easy and can be a long, involved process. Other posters here have given you some good insight into how they do it.

When I first started going out in public, I rarely spoke but obviously that won’t work long term. I then tried to mimic a female voice but I sounded very “breathy”, nervous and was hard to hear. So I stopped that and now just use my male voice but speak slower and somewhat softer than when in drab. And so far everything is fine. My nervousness has all but disappeared. Most people don’t seem to care at all.


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