Astrid Lenore
Registered On: March 3, 2019
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Disclaimer: I haven’t been working on it *that* much, but two things, well really three.  Most critical is projection, I find it helpful not to force your voice, but rather to just let it lilt at whatever volume it may happen to gravitate toward.  The second is tone; again, you want to use a softer, gentler tone.  Don’t try to force a falsetto; remember many GGs have fairly low voices, it’s all in how they use it.  Last thing would be how you hold your vocal chords.  A trick that’s really helped me is to just hold your adam’s apple higher to shorten the chords, you’ll find yourself speaking in a higher pitch without even trying, at least until you relax those muscles and let it fall again.  I guess I could add a fourth: inflection.  In many cases women emphasize different words, or parts of words, or parts of sentences.  The stereotypical example is the tendency to go up in pitch at the end of a sentence, making it sound sort of like a question.  Basic acting theory is this makes you sound less dominant, which many read as more feminine.  Compare that to going lower in pitch as the sentence ends, which sounds like a judgment or proclamation.  Again, speaking in very broad strokes here but it may help to adopt the type of voice you want to have.  Hope this helps!

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