This is an excellent primer on voice feminization. It has a useful glossary and covers some key exercises.
It also corrects a bunch of misinformation found on reddit and YouTube.
Oh, btw this is an excellent vocal discord server:
They have a trans voice channel where you can post clips and get feedback, and there are often (once a week or so) “shadow lessons” where they will get into an audio channel and you can listen in on someone’s voice lesson.
As a matter of fact there is a trans masc lesson going on right now.
@AudreyJune wow, thanks so much for sharing this. Definitely will look into it later.
You’re welcome, it’s easily one of the best sources of information on transgender voice training out there.
Gosh I need to bookmark this one! Back home for a bit, thanks Audrey!
Thanks lovely Bunnygirl!
@AudreyJune that was an amazing read, can i ask you if 1) is there a similar resource for transmasc/AFAB NB people looking for deepening voice without T? 2) will those exercises help those who want to widen their voice range primarily for singing purposes?
I don’t know about singing stuff.
The principles work in the reverse for trans masc people. Not sure about exercises. This just isn’t something I have looked into much 😕
@AudreyJune thanks a lot! i will read more into this doc and maybe experiment a bit :3
@AudreyJune I was looking on r/transvoice for something like this. Thanks!
@marisa you’re welcome. I found that sub to be...less than great btw. Highly recommend the Scinguistics Discord server instead
@AudreyJune Yeah I was getting that impression of it. Lots of people seem overly obsessed over pitch, and it is not easy to find help.
A cool and chill place for cool and chill people.