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Many years ago, I used to use my girly voice when I was dressed (this was in Liverpool, so Debbie is a Scouser!) But back then, I also had my own hair and didn't need a wig! So a lot has changed.
In the intervening twenty years, I didn't use it, and now I've been practising it again. Mainly because Debbie's seventeen year old voice isn't suitable for a forty-two year old. I found a good tutorial on line, but it basically boils down to practice.
I can't be the only girl on here who's doing/done this.
Anybody got any tips? Perfected it?
I think mine's pretty close to good now.
Here's what I've been doing. Sang along in the car to songs I know. I started off in a Minnie Mouse voice, which I could only really hold for a few songs, before it cracked. Over the course of three or four weeks of doing it, I found I could do this falsetto for the whole car journey. After I'd got this, I lowered it back to closer to my own voice, but slightly more camp. I've been 'singing' along using this voice now for about two months. Sometimes I get it spot on, other times, I know it's wrong. Periodically, I record myself doing the voice on my phone, to check it. I still don't nail it every time, so I'm looking for that final step that will let me slip in and out of my girl voice on demand.
Bizarrely, Debbie is still a Scouser. In my girl voice, I can talk really fast, slightly higher pitched and with a definite phlegm on the 'ck' sound. This I found odd.
actually I was having a think about accents and I wondered if any of the accents I can do would sound better as a female than my normal voice at a higher pitch well I tried manc and summerset and even brummie but none of these sounded right my other choices were american so I tried a new yorker and that wasn't pretty, I tried Texas and it just sounded wrong, my last attempt and the very last accent I can do was my only hope and well it kinda works, it still needs a little practice but I think I've found my Voice!
Haven't done karaoke for awhile now, but when i did always seemed to get the highest vocal ratings singing songs by female artists, particularly Diana Ross & The Supremes (Keep me Hangin' On ) Carole King ( It's too late) Carly Simon (Your So Vain). Maybe the singing method is the way to train your voice.
Currently don't have girly talking voice. Plenty of girls out there with deep voices, unless I'm missing something obvious
Some female newsreaders have deep voices. One that springs to mind is Sophie Ridge - Sky News political correspondent.( She has blond hair & used to have it styled like a WW2 German army helmet, but looks better recently). There's another female newsreader on the BBC that my wife is convinced must have been a guy because of the deep voice. Can't remember that newsreader's name.