In the same way that a body builder works out to gain bigger muscles, a person can exercise their voice in a way that lowers it over time. You wouldn’t tell a bodybuilder that his muscles were all hereditary and that he was born that big, so don’t let a person tell you that your voice can not be changed.
If you are reading this then there is no doubt that you have wanted a lower voice but have always been told that it was impossible to do so without surgery or testosterone therapy. The previous idea is one not backed by science and is just a misconception. After reading this article and putting some techniques into practice, you will realize how silly people sound when they say that you are stuck with the voice you have now.
Vocal Exercises to Deepen your Voice
One of the simplest exercises to start deepening your voice is as follows. Say “Ting-Tong, Ping-Pong, Bing-Bong” while holding the final sound (NG). Repeat this exercise three times daily for an entire week and you might even start seeing some progress. That being said, it’s important to read the rest of these tips to make sure you get a deep voice and keep it too.
After a week you should try to angle your head towards the sky (not too high) while repeating the same exercise. The pictures below should give you an idea how much of an angle you want to add. If you feel a strain stop immediately and try a less extreme angle the next day.
With that being said, it is important to know that speaking requires lots of different body parts to each serve their function. Only doing the exercise above would be like only doing bicep curls. Sure, you might get a little bit bigger in one area of your body but you definitely aren’t reaching your full potential in doing so. Instead, you should be following a daily routine with multiple exercises. By doing so, you will be “working out” each aspect of your voice with different exercises.
Disclaimer I know that this is going to sound like a sales pitch, but there is simply no other way for me to say this. By far the most effective way to learn how to get a deeper voice naturally is to follow the vocal exercises in the Deep Voice Mastery guide. So let me say this before I go any further. Whether or not you try the guide I recommended is totally up to you. If you do try it you have 60 days to get a refund so it’s practically risk-free for you to give it a try.
Actually, the Deep Voice Mastery guide can be found for free now. You can view the guide totally free by clicking here.
My Personal Success with Deep Voice Mastery (DVM)
For as long as I have been going to school I have been in a choir. In junior high the “cool” thing to be was a Bass. Nobody wanted to be a Tenor because that meant that your voice hadn’t dropped. There were some exceptions and some kids voices had dropped but they were still a Tenor. I fell under this category and it was disappointing, to say the least. I still remember how I would wait and wait for any signs of my voice getting lower and when it finally did it wasn’t nearly as low as I wanted it to be.
After a couple of years, I continued to sing as a Tenor but it wasn’t what I wanted to be doing. I would have rather been a Bass and because of that I started to seek out ways to get a deep voice. I was still a teenager so testosterone therapy and vocal surgery were out of the question completely.
Every day after school I would get on my parent’s computer and search for ways to get a lower voice naturally. After each session, I would delete the history on my parent’s computer so that they wouldn’t know that I was ashamed of my voice. My father had always had a low voice and I can’t imagine what he would say if he had seen my search history on the computer.
I tried lots of different methods and some of them were just ridiculous. I had very little success with most of these guides and exercises, but I was determined to make a change in the way I would sing in choir and speak to others. I wasn’t trying to be Barry White, but I knew for a fact that I was sick and tired of having a high voice.
The one guide that gave me success was DVM and it was a bit surprising. The DVM website at first glance looks stupid. Hell, I wouldn’t have even tried the guide had it not been for all of my previous failures. This was an act of desperation so I added the eBook to my cart never looked back. Had I not given it a chance I would probably have gotten discouraged and given up searching for how to get a deep voice.
Getting a Deeper Voice Takes a Few Weeks
I’ve continuously referred back to the muscle building metaphor because it is just so relatable to training your voice. You wouldn’t expect to have a six pack by working out once and the same can be said about obtaining lower vocals. Just like working out, you will start to notice results after a couple of weeks. That doesn’t mean you should stop right as you notice these results, though. Continue working on your voice and after a month or so you everyone will be noticing how much lower your voice has become. People will think that you hit puberty a second time.
The big moment for me was when I answered the phone one time and it was my dad’s friend. When I greeted with “Hello” they thought that I was my father and continued talking to me not realizing who they were actually talking to. I had to tell them as soon as I could that they were actually talking to me and not my dad. It was a comical moment, but it also opened up my eyes. I had a powerful voice now and people could tell.
2016 Update: I have been going out and singing karaoke lately! I actually decided to write a post on deep voice songs that are good for males to sing. Check it out after you get a lower voice if singing is your thing.
The Deep Voice Mastery guide is now available for free and if you would like to check it out you can do so by clicking the following link: Deep Voice Mastery guide.pdf