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Deep Voice Mastery

2nd Editon

By Rudy Haynes

Table of Contents

1 - About the Author……………………………………………… 2

2 - Introduction……………………………………….…………….6
3 - Anatomy………………………………………….……………….8
4 - Achieving a Deeper Voice…………………………………..10
5 - Training Your Voice…………………………………………..16
6 - Vocal Awareness……………………………………………….19
7 – Voice Care…….…….…………………..……………………....22
8 - Testosterone Buccal…….…………………………………….26
9 - Thyroplasty…….…………………………………………………29
10 - Conclusion…….………………………………………………..32
11 - Resources…….………………………………………..………..33

1 - About The Author

My name is Rudy Haynes. I’m a 32 year old straight male

from Chicago, Illinois. I’m not a doctor or voice specialist…

I’m simply a normal guy who was sick of his pathetic high
pitched voice, but decided to do something about it. And I

I was probably in the exact same situation as your currently

are, and I decided that I wasn’t going to let it ruing my life
any longer. Now I want to share what I learned with you, so
you don’t have to suffer any longer.

I am going to tell you all of the exact techniques I used to

transform my voice, and am confident that if you follow

them diligently you will be amazed at the results.

Now here is a little more about my story…

Growing up, I was always teased. Perhaps it was the

combination of my scrawny body, or my meager high-
pitched voice. It never really bothered me until I hit puberty,
because I had a couple of good buddies throughout high
school – my problem was with the ladies.

There was this one girl, though, let's call her "Courtney," and
for some wild reason, she took a liking towards me in my
senior year. I don't know if it was because she pitied me for
being the kid in Mr. Czudner's math class who constantly
had spit balls blown at the back of his head with a straw, but
the day Courtney sat behind me, was the day God answered
my prayers. Sort of...

Courtney and I started talking, and eventually she asked me

if I could tutor her in algebra. I really got to know her when
she started periodically calling me whenever her and her
boyfriend were in argument. We'd talk for hours on end.

When she and her boyfriend broke up during the springtime,

my buddy Carl managed to convince me to work up the
courage to ask her to prom. He used the reasoning that if I
didn't ask, I'd always regret it, and I would never get laid,
which I guess, in retrospect, was pretty good reasoning.

So Courtney said yes, and I thought, "Sweet. Maybe this

chick actually digs me!" Oh, and she liked me, alright – like a
brother. That's probably the worst compliment you can get
from a girl you're crushing on. When I finally grew the guts
to kiss her at the end of the night, she was literally appalled.
But here's the best part: she thought I was gay. Gay. I was
shocked and humiliated. I mustered up the words to ask her
why, and she said something along the lines of, "You sort of
talk like you are... your voice is really high-pitched."

And there it is. My breakthrough. A blessing in disguise. That

summer before I took off for college, I knew I had to make a
change. I wanted a deeper voice.

Someone had suggested performing certain neck and voice

exercises in order to achieve a deeper voice. After a few days

of exercising my neck muscles, my neck looked noticeably

thicker. I always thought I had a bad case of pencil neck, so a
thicker neck boosted my self-confidence and gave me the
motivation I needed to work on the rest of my body.

After about a week, I woke up to a nice, deep, masculine

voice one morning. My voice felt powerful, and nearly lasted
all day, until my old, squeaky voice crept back throughout
the evening. By day's end, my voice was disappointingly back
to normal. Nevertheless, I kept up the exercises and about
two days later, the deep, crisp voice returned. I was
determined to keep the depth this time, so I used my voice
sparingly. It held.

I was careful at first. I was conscious of my posture, and

talked with a measured response around people until my
deep voice became second nature. I practiced everyday,
morning and night – talking to myself in a deep, loud voice
while shaving, getting dressed, making food, and so on.

Remembering to keep good posture really aided the

transition from my high-pitched, squeaky voice to my new
deep, masculine voice. It was a constant cue in my memory

to access the low voice that I desired and had perfected

through much practice.

If you can relate to my experience, you too, can have a deeper

voice. There is hope. I can guarantee you that if you do the
exercises outlined in this ebook, drink plenty of water, and
practice, your body will learn to adapt to a deeper voice.

My deep voice gave me the confidence I needed. I went off to

college as a man, not the boy I once was, and let me tell you
– my new found confidence and hard work paid off in the
female department.

2 - Introduction

What defines a man? (Aside from the biological factor –

that’s not much of a secret…)

In today’s society, being a man can be tough. The web of

stereotypes the media has sewn has clouded society, and the
pressures of the past and present have collided, blurring our
view of masculinity. Nowadays, it is not unusual to have a
man stay at home while his wife goes off to work, or to come
across a man that enjoys being in the kitchen; some
professions are no longer female dominated, such as
teachers and nurses. But with no clear definition of
masculinity, the only characteristics that define a man are
physical attributes – characteristics that not all men are
blessed with due to a little thing we call genetics.

You wish you were a little bit taller. You wish your physique
were more toned and muscular. You wish your voice were
deeper. This is where the media has constructed a physical
fallacy of the “ideal” male. You may not be able to change
your height, or your bone structure, but there is one thing
you can change, and that is your voice. For whatever reason,
whether you’re trying to attract the woman of your dreams,
or impress a boss at work – a deep voice can help you
achieve your goal. Because if you can deliver a deep, clear,
masculine voice, you may not need to worry about all the

other expectations that are placed on the male gender. If you

can talk the talk, you can walk the walk.

3 - Anatomy

A weak voice is not the result of a small voice box, or tiny

vocal chords. The vocal chords are a muscle group, and like
any other muscle in our body, they have the ability to stretch,
grow and strengthen. The vocal chords are responsible for
the tone and pitch a person speaks. They form the raw
sound, while the mouth and tongue form each specific word.
Conditioning the vocal chords to become relaxed and supple
is the secret to getting the deep, masculine voice that you’ve
always wanted.

If your voice box is stressed, the muscles are too tight –

causing your voice to have a higher pitch. The key is to train

your vocal chords to be loose and supple, in order to produce

lower and deeper tones.

Try it yourself: Create a humming sound. Notice the sound

change as you tilt your head up, and then tilt it down with
your chin close to your chest.

The results indicate that as you tilt your head up, the
humming has a higher pitch, and once you tilt your head
down, the humming has a much lower sound. The reasoning
is simple: when you tilt your head up, you are stretching the
vocal chords, tightening them. This test proves that if your
vocal chords are tight, they cannot produce a deep, low voice.


⇒ The vocal chords are a muscle group that is responsible
for the pitch and tone of our voice.
⇒ When vocal chords are tense, they will produce a voice
with a higher pitch.
⇒ In order to produce a deep, low, masculine voice, the
vocal chords must be relaxed and limber.

4 - How to Achieve a Deep Voice: Step 1

Here’s the meat of it people… what you really want to hear,

so pay close attention.

Here we go…

What happens when we develop and tone a muscle? That’s

right, the muscle itself becomes thicker and enlarged. A
strong muscle is able to do more work with less effort. If we
strengthen our neck muscles, the vocal chords are able to
relax within the toned group of muscles, holding up our neck
and head.

As an example, a “pot belly” occurs when the abdominal wall

is not strong enough to hold in your stomach. In order to get
rid of it, you have to strengthen the abdominal muscles.

Let’s say you did sit-ups everyday for one month – you would
definitely have more defined, toned abs as a result. Even if
you still have a layer of fat covering your abs, and you can’t
see the definition, you will notice when your stomach is
relaxed, that your potbelly is gone. This is because the toned
abdominals are holding their shape, resisting the push of
your organs even when relaxed. The abdominals are thicker,
and you no longer need to consciously tense them.

The sternocleidomastoids are the neck muscles that will

strengthen and enlarge as a result of the following exercises.

By performing these exercises, you will achieve a deeper

voice in a matter of days.
• On your bed, lay vertically on your back with your
head and shoulders hanging off the edge.
• Tilt your head back and forth, up and down,
tensing your neck muscles with each movement.
• Hold your head in each position for 10 seconds,
and slowly release your head back to its original
• Repeat each of these movements 15 times, or until
you can feel a burn in your neck.
• Switch sides, and repeat.
• Do 3-5 sets 3 times a day.

⇒ Make sure to really tense your muscles as you perform

each movement.

Below is a chart that outlines the best exercises to help

strengthen the neck muscles:

Exercise Muscles Worked Execution

Neck Lateral Resistance Works all neck lateral neck muscles Hold one hand against the side of
your head. Use your hand to resist
the movement as you try to touch
your shoulder with your ear. Hold this
posture for a count of 5.

Neck Rotational Resistance Works all neck muscles Hold one hand against the side of
your head. Use your hand to resist
the movement as you try to rotate
your head to one side until your chin
is lined on top of your shoulder. Hold
this posture for a count of 5.

Neck Forward Resistance Works all anterior neck muscles Hold both hands against your
forehead. Try to move head forward,
but resist the movement with your
hands. Hold this posture for a count
of 5.

Neck Backward Resistance Works all posterior neck muscles. Place both hands behind your head.
Try to move head backwards, but
resist the movement with your hands.
Don't tip chin. Hold this posture for a

count of 5.

You will be amazed at how well your muscles respond in size

and tension.

In just a short time, you will have a deeper voice. You will
need to maintain this change in order to make it permanent,
but not as often as at first.


The next step in keeping your voice box supple is to drink

plenty of water – at least 2 liters a day.

Why? Because when your body is dehydrated, your muscles


By day 4 or 5, you will have the necessary muscle tone to

maintain a comfortable posture without your muscles having

to work. Your muscles will no longer be stressed and tense,

instead, they will begin to loosen up, and you will notice your
voice start to lower.

Step 3: REST

You need to expose your vocal chords to an extended period

of rest.

Even people with high-pitched, squeaky voices, will wake up

in the morning with a deeper, raspier voice. The reason
behind this is because the vocal chords were exposed to a
restful night of sleep, whereby they lost the usually present
tension due to inactivity.

Eventually, once your neck muscles have reached a point

that they are strong enough to solely hold your head up, the
vocal chords will be exposed to the same relaxed
environment that a good night’s sleep often gives, because
they will not be working as hard. This will give you a
permanent rasp in your voice.


⇒ Do 3-5 sets of exercises at least 3 times a day.
⇒ While performing exercises, keep your neck muscles
tense. This will maximize your muscle’s potential
⇒ Drink at least 2 litres of water a day.
⇒ Make sure to get plenty of rest, so that your muscles are
able to recover and regain strength.

5 - Training Your Voice

After a few days of performing the exercises listed above, as

well as drinking a consistent amount of water and getting
plenty of rest, you will be well on your way to having a
deeper voice.

Now, you have to train yourself to find the right pitch. Just as
singers have to practice and train their voice, you too need to
practice the tone of your voice.

Try it yourself:

• Begin to hum slowly in a low tone.

• Gradually lower and deepen your hum by tilting your
head close to your chest until you are no longer
humming fluidly, but rather your hums are sounding
one increment at a time.

By training your voice, you are essentially creating a memory

in your brain. This is a crucial step, as you will consciously
start to find that tone of voice when speaking socially.

Here is another cool exercise to try, that really works: (you’ll need
your unique username and password that was provided to
you during sign-up).

Eventually, it just becomes a habit that you develop until

your voice begins to respond permanently to the training. A

new habit takes at least 21 days to form. Practicing the tone

of your voice by performing exercises and speaking aloud in
your own privacy is the way to create the deep voice that you

In my personal experience, I began my practicing with my

humming, in deep, slow, incremental tones. After I found my
the level of deepness that suited me, I started using my voice,
and talking aloud to myself. Now, this may sound ridiculous,
but here’s my tip to you: during your daily morning or
nightly routine, talk aloud to yourself while looking at your
reflection in the mirror. My newfound deep voice increased
my self-image. I began thinking positively, and verbally
reinforced myself in my convincing, deep voice.

Last, comes the unsettling part – making the link to speaking

deeply in a social environment. Here’s what you have to do:
You know that tone that you practiced and perfected while in
the comfort of your own home? That deep, smooth,
masculine voice that sent shivers down your spine and (let’s
be honest) shot your self-esteem up like gas prices?

Well, what you’ve done with that voice is you’ve created a

“place” in your brain where the memories of your practicing
is stored.
⇒ Now you must learn how to zone in on that “place,” –
that happy memory in your brain, when you’re in a
social or work environment.

Eventually your body will begin to learn to alter your vocal

chords as your brain links the positive memories of your
deep voice with social and work environments.
By learning how to access these new memories you’ve
created through practice in privacy, this “place” in your brain
will naturally dominate when in a social environment.


⇒ Start your training by humming in low tones and
finding the tone that is right for you.
⇒ Gradually begin talking to yourself aloud in the comfort
of your own home, where you can practice and perfect
your deep voice.
⇒ This creates a memory in your brain that you will focus
on while in social situations.

⇒ Eventually, a habit is formed, and your brain will learn

to subconsciously zone in on your practiced memory
when speaking in public.

6 – Vocal Awareness
Posture is one of the most important factors to bear in my
mind when speaking in public. Posture is directly linked to
voice resonance, physically, but more importantly,

Have you ever noticed a friend's posture when they're in a

bad mood? Often their posture is hunched over - their body
language indicating that they're upset.

Practicing proper posture will act as a catalyst in successfully

developing your deep voice. While practicing, remember to

stand tall and straight. What this will do is give your body a
cue when you’re in social environment, because your brain
will associate that new posture with your “practice”

Having good posture will also help you decrease any anxiety
you may have when speaking in public. Perhaps you’re trying
to talk to a woman you’ve been lusting after, or you’re
preparing for a presentation at work – in any case, standing
tall and straight will give you an air of confidence, and will
help you breathe deeply, which will in turn relax your vocal
chords and reduce anxiety.

Here are a couple more tips to ensure that your hard practice
pays off:

• The angle of your head should be level when you are

about to speak – neither lowered to your chest, nor
raised, causing the vocal chords to stretch.
• Try talking more quietly and carefully as you adjust to
your new voice. This will keep you relaxed while you
make a conscious effort, and it will also train your body
to access your “practiced” memories during social



⇒ Practice good posture. This means standing tall with
your shoulders straight and your head level.
⇒ Proper posture will give you confidence, reduce anxiety,
and relax your vocal chords, maximizing your deep
⇒ Until you are comfortable and confident with your new
voice, make a conscious effort to speak quietly and
carefully, as this will cue your brain to access your
trained voice and the body language that accompanies
this memory.
⇒ Keep in mind that this will take time and repetition in
order to become a natural, subconscious habit.

7 – Voice Care

When it comes to having a crisp, clear voice, most of us do

not really observe good voice care measures on a daily basis.
In fact, we would not give a second thought to eating certain
foods or taking alcohol or caffeinated drinks regularly.

Below I will outline some important voice care tips, that will
help you maximize the depth and crispness of your voice,
and minimize vocal chord damage that will eventually cause
your voice to deteriorate.

Here are the general guidelines that we can follow to take

care of our voice:

1. Maintain Good Posture and Proper Breathing

Control When Speaking
Maintain an upright neutral position with your entire body,
as well as your head and neck. Make sure you breath

Be sure to tighten up your abdominals and push the air out

of your mouth with your diaphragm for powerful projection.
Your chin should not be too high, or too low.

2. Regular Exercise & a Healthy Diet

This applies to our voice care and also to our body in general.
Achieving a level of optimal health is very beneficial to
maximizing the potential of your voice. This is because when
our bodies fall ill, we may feel fatigue, experience congestion,
soar throats, or may not even practice proper vocal technique
when speaking. This in turn will cause unnecessary damage
to our voices, and we would do well to keep ourselves healthy
so that our voices will be healthy as well.

3. Keep Your Neck, Jaw & Face Relaxed When

When we speak, we control our breath using the diaphragm
and the other surrounding abdominal and intercostal
muscles. Our voice is controlled with our vocal cords, and
supporting muscles. It’s important not too involve other
muscle groups when we want to maximize the depth of our
voice (such as the neck, jaw and facial muscles). Doing so
will affect the sound of or voice by increasing the amount of

tension in our throats and in our vocal cords, making the

voice sound higher and less clear.

4. Reduce Speaking Time in Noisy Environments

When we are in extremely noisy environments that cause us
to yell or shout for extended periods of time, we put
unnecessary strain on our voices. This strain will (over time)
actually damage the vocal cords. Simply put, try not to yell
too much as it is very likely to damage your vocal cords and
possibly hinder the sound of your voice.

5. Considerations for Medication

The use of certain medications can affect your voice
negatively. The following meds can cause dryness in our
voice, making us sound crackly and squeaky:
• Anti-histamines
• Decongestants
• Anti-depressants

Also be particularly careful with over-the-counter local

anaesthetic medication for the throat. This medication can
reduce nerve sensitivity in the throat, and create numbness,

making our voice more susceptible to damage. This is

because we are unable to feel our voice as usual.


⇒ If you suffer form acid reflux, be sure to take antacids.
If you don’t, the acid can damage the throat tissues
(including the vocal cords) and cause permanent

8 - Testosterone Buccal

Testosterone Buccal is a method commonly used by men

who do not produce enough testosterone naturally. The
hormone itself is produced by your body and is one of the
main contributing factors when determining the growth and
development levels of certain male characteristics.

You can view a video of a voice before and after testosterone

treatment by following this link to the members area: (you will
have to login to the page using the user name and password
that was provided to you during sign-up).

If you are someone with lower than normal levels of

testosterone (can be determined by a medical doctor), then
you may experience some of the following symptoms:

• High Pitched Voice

• Decreasing Levels of Muscle
• Depression
• Lack of Energy
• Lathargica (sleepy sickness)

• Low Sex Drive & Functionality

If you feel like the above symptoms describe you, then you
may want to consult your family doctor in regards to possible
Testosterone Buccal systems. However, if your voice is
simply high pitched and you're not experiencing the other
listed symptoms, then the chances are, you just need to train
your voice using our proven system rather than "fixing
something that's not broken".

Testosterone Buccal is a pretty big commitment if you're

going to take it properly. With normal pills or injections you
would take a tablet every so often and forget about it until
your next dose. With Testosterone Buccal however, you must
place the tablet in between your upper gum and lip once,
every 12 hours in most cases. The tablet will not fully dissolve
so therefore, you must be conscious at all times of any
snacking, eating, tobacco chewing, or other activities that
may interfere with the placement of the medication.

Upon doing some research I have discovered the following

most common side effects that can accompany Testosterone

• Irritation, Redness, Pain, Tenderness, Swelling,

Toughening, or Blistering of Gums
• Stinging of Lips
• Toothache
• Unpleasant or Bitter Taste in Mouth
• Difficulty Tasting Food
• Headache
• Stomach Pain or Cramps
• Acne
• Nervousness
• Swelling of Nose

Through extensive medical research, Testosterone Buccal

tablets have not shown any proof of causing liver damage or
liver cancer because of the way they are absorbed into the
body. However, prolonged use of synthetic Testosterone has
been proven to cause other serious medical issues such as
prostate cancer, therefore, it is highly recommended that you
speak one on one with your doctor before committing to any
sort of drastic hormone treatment.

9 - Thyroplasty

For more serious cases of a failing masculine voice box,

surgery may be required. If you have extremely weak vocal
chords, or have damaged your vocal chords somehow, then
you might consider looking into this type of surgery.

You can watch a video that explains how the surgery is

performed in the members area. Here is the direct link to
the video:
(you will need your login information in order to access the

Thyroplasty, also known as Laryngeal Framework Surgery, is

the most becoming type of voice altering surgery, which is
available to anyone willing to spend up to $5,000 USD.

The name of the surgery is self explanatory – laryngeal

framework. This basically means your larynx cartilage and
vocal folds (vocal chords) are very strategically repositioned
in order to permanently change the sound of your voice.

The surgery itself is performed within approximately 1-2

hours with a 'next day' release. It involves a simple incision
close to your larynx, which allows for a small chunk of
thyroid being removed and then replaced with a small piece
of plastic.

When the surgery is performed, you (the patient) are put

under local anesthetic; however you're never fully asleep
because you need to test the outcome of your voice
throughout the surgery. The piece of plastic is manipulated
until your desired sound is reached.
Post Operation

There are few side effects with the Laryngeal Framework

Surgery. You're not supposed to speak in extreme tones, such
as yelling or whispering after the surgery. Otherwise, the
most common side effects are simply swelling, and
discomfort... oh, and debt!

Personally, I wasn't even aware of the fact that I could get

voice surgery prior to my natural voice training, but now that
I've reached the results that I set out for, I couldn't be
happier that I didn't wimp out and spend the $5,000 on the

You're probably wondering "why?" and the reason is simple

– the time and effort I spent training my voice was a real
growth experience for me. I gained a little more confidence
in myself with each leap in progress. Even when I was testing
different methods of voice training that didn't work, I didn't
get discouraged, instead, I slowly began to accept myself for
who I am. In the past, I would’ve normally been frustrated or
disappointed with my failed practices, but instead, my
confidence grew, and so did the strength of my voice.

My voice is now stronger and more confident than ever


10 - Conclusion

I’m really confident that if you follow all of the information

I’ve outlined in this ebook you will see fantastic results just
like I did.

They key is to follow through and be consistent. Big changes

may not happen as quickly for some people, so don’t give up
if you are not noticing your voice getting deeper

I want you to succeed, and if you have any questions I’d be

happy to help. Feel free to shoot me an email anytime, at . I’ll do all I can to help you

Not get off your computer and start the program!

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