In this video, you will learn real real English with Pronunciation Pro. In this video you will learn how to use Chest Voice and how to sound more confident, authoritative, and strong when you speak English.
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How To Change Your Voice - Part 2:
There are two different types of students that I tend to work with. The first type tends to have deep, low, monotone voices (chest voice). They typically sound sad, too formal, stern, or angry, and can have a hard time connecting with people because of this. For this first group, it’s important to create more variation in their tone. The alumni lesson on Pace is a perfect lesson for these students to study and review. The second type of students, which tend to be the majority, want to sound more mature, sure, and confident. In this case, these students need to learn how to utilize their chest voice. The following will provide you with exercises and strategies to help you learn how to have a chest voice:
1.Breathe a.Breathe from your diaphragm b.Practice deep chest breathing c.Exhale using the diaphragm
2.Tone a.Practice low tone i.warm up your voice (“ahhhhhhh”) starting high and ending low. ii.with a low note - hold “low” iii.with a low tone - hold “welcome” iv.with a low tone - say “welcome”
Do these exercises before you start your daily practice.