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Thursday, September 20, 2018
Recently, I received a comment from
in Cyrsti's Condo concerning a vocal training course:
September 19, 2018 at 2:17 PM
"Thank you very much, you have an engaging blog … keep it up Cyrsti
BTW, I have been trying to feminize my voice. I did a research and discovered that it is possible to feminize your voice without another excruciating surgery. I searched around and found this tutorial: http://bit.ly/2PKkjjd (Sorry I don’t know if I am allowed to post links or not). It is a set of easy to follow at home exercises. It looks interesting and the testimonies are inspiring. I like to know your opinion, do you think it is useful? (I did study some research papers and their claim seems legit)"
Thanks Bobby for the kind words! As far as the link goes, I checked it out and realized I had seen it before. First of all, I think you can get out of anything you want with the proper amount of effort. For those of you who don't know the course Bobby is referring to lasts about one month and costs one hundred twenty seven dollars. I'm sure if you take the course and put the proper amount of work in, it could be very effective.
I think the most important part of vocal training is to have someone in the field make a determination on your natural voice pitch. Once you have it, you can work to make it more feminine by the way you
Basically, women start and end their sentences on a smooth tone...men have the tendency to be choppy and to the point. The easiest way for me to describe it is to add a "sing-song" rhythm to your speaking. It has been very difficult for me because of all the years of male training I have had to NOT sound that way.
However, I am the first to say I'm far from an expert.
Now, I better get into my voice homework!
September 20, 2018
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