How do you learn to change your voice?

How do I change my voice?

It’s simple, even though I’ve already given you the answer to this question, I’ll give it to you again.

Let’s drop the attitude, faith and love in yourself and move on to the exercises

To open your voice, you have to free your throat and give the bulk of the work to your lips and diaphragm. To do this, say the syllables “Q-x.” On “Q,” round your lips, and on “X,” stretch them in a wide smile. After 30 repetitions, try making a little speech. You’ll feel your ligaments tense less and your lips do your commands better.

The easiest way to relax your laryngeal muscles is to give a good yawn. Do this simple exercise for 5 minutes a day and you will notice the blocks and clamps in your voice disappear.

This exercise will help you discover the natural sound of your voice. The essence of it comes down to voicing your exhalation.

Position: feet standing on the floor, jaw ajar and relaxed. Begin to inhale the air, and on the exhalation make any sound. Do it without any effort – if everything is correct, you should get a moan.

When the exercise is done correctly, the sound comes from the solar plexus. It is from there that you need to speak, so that your voice is voluminous and expressive.

This exercise is performed in the same way as the previous one, but following the rule of three smiles. Smile with your mouth, forehead and imagine a smile in the solar plexus area. After that, start exhaling with a sound. Just 5 minutes a day and your voice will begin to sound more pleasant and trustworthy.

This practice is practiced by Indian yogis to achieve a deep and beautiful voice.

Position: standing, feet shoulder width apart. First, take several quiet breaths and exhales, then a deep breath and a sharp exhalation with a “ha-ah” sound. The exhalation should be as full and loud as possible. The body may be moved slightly forward.

Breathe in deeply and as you exhale, say “bom-m”, “bim-m”, “bon-n”. Pull the last sounds out as long as possible. Ideally, there should be a vibration around the upper lip and nose.

A similar exercise can be done with the syllables “mo-mo,” “mi-mi,” “mu-mu,” “me-me.” But in this case, first say them briefly, and then extended.

It is better to do both exercises every morning for 5 minutes. They will not only make your voice more pleasant, but also help to strengthen the vocal cords.

Stick your tongue out. First, point it down as far as possible, trying to reach your chin. Keeping this position, tilt your head down. Then pull your tongue upward, trying to reach the tip of your nose. Lift your head as high as possible.

Repeat this 10 times.

To make your voice stronger

This exercise will give your voice strength and energy. You will begin to sound louder and more powerful.

Breathe out and then inhale deeply and make a long “i” sound on the second exhalation. Do this freely, as long as you have enough air. Do not force the air out of your lungs. Do the same for the other sounds: “e,” “a,” “o,” and “y. Do three repetitions.

The sequence of these sounds is not random: they are distributed in height. Accordingly, “i” is the highest (activates the upper head area), “u” is the lowest (activates the lower abdomen). If you want to make your voice lower and deeper, practice the “y” sound more often.

Do the previous exercise, but now beat your chest with your fists, like Tarzan. The exercise is designed to energize your voice and clear your bronchi, so if you feel like coughing, don’t stop yourself.

This exercise activates your chest and abdomen. Exhale and inhale. On the next exhale, start saying the “m” sound with your mouth closed. Do three approaches: moo at first quietly, then at medium volume, and at the end very loudly.

Bring the relaxed tongue to the palate and begin to pronounce the “r” sound. You should get a “r-r-r”, like a tractor. Repeat the exercise five times, and then expressively read a dozen words that have the “r” sound. Be sure to accompany the reading with a rolling “r.”.Rosette,Pink,Real,Gregory,Grotesque,Homeland,Ugly,Neglectful,Rod,Nature

A simple growl will not only give your voice strength and vigor, but also improve your diction.

Chaliapin’s exercise for tuning the voice

The great Russian singer Fyodor Chaliapin also began every morning with a growl. But he did it not alone, but together with his bulldog. After practicing the “r” sound, Fyodor Ivanovich would start barking at his pet: “av-av-av”.

You can repeat the Shalyapin exercise or, if you can not relax the larynx, replace it with a villainous theatrical laughter. It’s done simply. With your mouth open, laugh wickedly as you exhale: “ah-ah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha.” The sound should come out easily and freely. At the same time, you can jump up and down and beat yourself in the chest with your hands. This exercise will instantly clear the voice and prepare it for work.

When doing all the exercises, you need to maintain the correct posture. Your stomach should be relaxed and your chest should be prominent. However, if you keep your back straight, these areas of the body will automatically assume the correct position.

How do I learn to speak in different voices?

Learning to speak in different voices is a valuable skill that can be used for personal and professional purposes. It is most relevant to impersonators and announcers, but other people can benefit from it as well.

People underestimate the voice as a source of information. But it can tell us a lot about us.

The timbre, manner of speaking, and diction patterns allow others to judge

  • mood;
  • state of mind;
  • self-esteem;
  • interest in the subject at hand;
  • attitude towards the interlocutor;
  • about the attitude to the circumstances in which the conversation is taking place;
  • about the character and peculiarities of the speaker’s behavior.

A person’s speech is influenced by each of these points. Accordingly, to significantly change the voice you need to adjust all or at least some of them.

How to speak in different voices?

How and at what expense can I change my voice for everyday speech?

The voice sounds the most melodious when nothing disturbs the speaker, when the pronunciation of words requires no effort. Therefore, trying to master someone else’s timbre for use on a permanent basis is pointless.

There are exceptions. Some people have to lower their natural tone. There is a known correlation between the timbre of the voice and leadership qualities.

People who speak in a low tone tend to have authority with those around them

Margaret Thatcher took lessons of rhetoric from a professional teacher to enhance the image of the “iron lady. As a result, she lowered her natural frequency by 60 Hz.

Who should take the example of the former Prime Minister of England? Politicians, businessmen, directors, managers, that is, people whose success in business is directly related to their authority. In other cases, it is better to focus on what nature has given you at birth.

Even without tone correction, the voice sounds different depending on:

  1. Intonation – monotone speech tires quickly, even with interesting content. Correctly placed accents, on the contrary, attract the attention of the audience. The intonation gives the narrative emotional coloring, strengthens it, makes it more close and understandable to others.
  2. Tempo – fast and unintelligible speech is characteristic of insecure people. It is annoying, because people can not always recognize in the inarticulate flow of individual words. Too measured and unhurried speech quickly gets boring, it is not able to hold the attention of listeners for long. To make the listener like your voice, try to talk with a moderate speed and short pauses.
  3. Rhythm – ideally your voice should sound rhythmic, with more or less the same speed of narration and logical pauses. If your speech is confused, use a simple exercise: read the words out loud syllable by syllable.
  4. Diction and articulation – to make sounds clear, you need to work with the speech apparatus. Sound is greatly distorted by laryngeal and oral clamps. It also depends on the condition of the respiratory system. With the right supply of air through the resonators, you can enhance the sound and achieve a rich, breathy voice.
  5. Loudness and pitch – sounds that are too soft are annoying because they are hard to hear, but sounds that are too loud are even more unpleasant for people to hear. Speech should be moderate and smooth: no abrupt transitions from low to high sounds and vice versa.

How does your voice sound?

There are several exercises that can help you discover the potential power of your voice. The simplest, but also the most effective, is reading aloud. Read poems, short phrases and excerpts from plays. Try to give your voice as much variety as possible: express different emotions, play with the speed and pitch of speech.

Sluggishness, muffled voice, hoarseness and other voice defects may be the result of vocal disorders, which should be treated by a ENT, speech therapist or phoniatrist

How do I learn to speak in two voices?

For some professions and hobbies, a natural manner is not enough. It used to be that the ability to speak in two voices was mostly required for announcers, voice actors and impersonators. Now that list has been expanded by bloggers, music video makers, and other creators of audio and video content. Even a short video for Tic-Tacs can require a full voiceover of several characters.

To make the same voice sound different, it is desirable to change everything in it:

  • intonation;
  • rhythm and tempo;
  • power;
  • depth;
  • articulation;
  • timbre.

The last point is the most difficult to work with – each person’s timbre is unique, conditioned by the peculiarities of his or her speech apparatus.

The easiest way to learn to change the timbre is to copy other people

You probably have a favorite actor or singer with a distinctive manner of speech. Observe him or her, and then start parodying the star. Try to find a reference point: a favorite phrase of this person, a characteristic aspiration at the end of the sentence, sycophancy in some words and other features of speech. When you’ve learned to imitate the first celebrity with dignity, move on to the second, and so on.

How do you learn to speak in more than one voice?

The more different voices you gather in your creative piggy bank, the more maneuverable and functional your speech apparatus will be. Over time you will learn to speak in voices that are completely different from each other and you’ll be able to switch between them quickly.

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