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Maid In Bedlam

Voice Pitch Analyzer on android

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Maid In Bedlam

For those of you seriously trying to achieve a female or indeed male voice.

 

I found a free app that seems to work. it's on android. I don't know if there's an iPhone equivalent as I dislike them.

 

You basically have to read a passage and then let it do its magic.


Be nice to know the results of anyone that tries it.

 

 

I personally range from 140  hz to 260 hz.

Dont be put off if you do not get the same results. Dont forget i have had a lot more time to work on it

 

Ill also paste text on an average. Oh and dont be put off by any results you get. mine says im in the middle but i dont have any issues when on the phone or such like. I always get  Miss or Mrs. never Mr.

 

But this is just an app and not to be taken to seriously

 

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First, just listen to many voices — both male and female. There probably is more overlap between female and male voice pitches than you thought: males often speak at 65 to 260 Hertz, while females speak in the 100 to 525 Hz range. Thus, a voice of 100 to 260 Hz is just as "masculine" as it is "feminine."

 

 

However its free. If it so if it does you a turn then my work is done.

 

 

Google play app

 

 

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Zeda

Yesss, I've had this app for years, I definitely recommend it. You actually don't have to read the passage that it shows, you  can just talk or even read your own stuff. It's just used as a helpful prompt.

 

I don't use it much these days, but it is nice to have on hand when I feel like my voice is slipping 😐 Attached is a screenshot of what the app shows over time.

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DragonflyGirl

It's a great app! 👍 My voice is pretty androgynous but it doesn't take much to get it into the female range and this is an invaluable tool as I try to train it to stay there!

 

I totally recommend it to anyone thinking of trying one of these voice apps!

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Ms Maddie

I use this and can average into the 220s with effort.  But I think the sweet spot for me is in the 190s with a soft breathy resonance.  Training muscle memory is slowly helping my voice during real interactions.

Plus I now know more about Dorian Gray

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