Ignored, Left Behind, Not Taken Seriously? It Could Be Your Voice

I’m a voice talent who specializes in voicing telephone prompts. It’s a fascinating occupation, with huge variety and opportunities to voice phone systems in a wide range of styles and for limitless industries. It’s heartbreaking to me when I have...
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The Monotone Myth: why your monotone voice might be a blessing in disguise

Ever thought you should do something about your monotone voice? Well, maybe you shouldn’t. New research has looked into how people react to monotone voices, and it’s really quite surprising. Firstly, guys with monotone voices actually seem to do better...
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This is How I Got a Deeper Voice (10+ tips with clips)

If you came here from Google, you’ve probably already been through a heap of articles on how to get a deeper voice. The problem with these is, none of them seem to be written by people who are actually speaking from experience. With each point, you...
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9 Reasons to Get a Deeper Voice

The world is full of people trying to look as good as they can, but when it comes to sounding good people become strangely bashful. They describe their voices with contempt and avoid recordings of themselves for years like some strange creature, afraid...
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How to Tell if You Have Vocal Fry (and why does it matter)

Vocular now does vocal fry, so I wanted to answer a few questions about that today – what is it, what does it mean, how can you tell how much you speak with, etc. Here we go. What is vocal fry? That’s that low-pitched, creaky, pulsating sound you...
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Morgan Freeman tells you how to get a deeper voice

Morgan Freeman didn’t always have that voice. He had to work at it. In fact, he recently stated that the first major step he made towards becoming an actor was learning to lower the pitch of his voice. The voice started when I was in college, when my...
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