Having a deep voice really helps, as I've experienced in school. It's been useful to my classmates that I have a deep voice and they always want me to be in their group during group activities that involve reporting. The group that I joined would always get a high grade because one of the criteria for which our teacher gives credit is the clearness of the voice of the reporter.
Have you ever wondered why some people have that kind of voice and others don't (and maybe that others includes you)? It's because one's voice is mostly acquired from one's parents, which means a deep voice is innate. Not all of us are gifted by having a deep voice.
However, though these ideas may discourage those who don't already have a deep voice, there's still hope for them. Because, as the knowledge of man has risen, many mysteries have been revealed and questions have been answered. And luckily, one of the answered questions is this: What can I do to make my voice deeper? For sure, many people are seeking for the answer to this question.
And the answer to these questions is now very accessible through the Internet. This means that if we were just determined to pursue our objective of having a deep voice we would really achieve it. Though finding instructions and information about deepening your voice is very easy, in contrary, applying the searched information is the hard part of the quest.
As the saying goes, "If there's a will there's a way." In your objective of deepening your voice there are lots of ways. Here are some of the ways to deepen the voice:
1. Do breathing exercises. Take slow, deep breaths filling up your lungs and forcing the diaphragm into action. Control the amount of air you exhale on each breath.
2. Try to always have good posture. Try standing at attention like they do in military boot camp head up, chin in, knees loose, shoulders back, and muscles relaxed and not tense.
3. Exercise your mouth muscles by slowly naming the vowels, A-E-I-O-U. Exaggerate the movements so you'll feel the muscles stretch.
4. Say some tongue twisters. You know, like, "she sells seashells by the seashore." Start off at a slow pace and gradually build up speed as you go. This will help loosen up your tongue and relax your vocal chords.
5. Sing short one-syllable notes such as 'ha' and 'ho', repeatedly. Make sure the sound emanates from you diaphragm, way down low. Don't force the breathing.
6. Try singing a single note and holding it for as long as possible in a single breath. Then, vary the pitch of the note, going up and down the scale. You'll notice the higher notes require less breath and can be held longer.
7. Recite notes that focus on the vowel sounds like in the song Do, Re, Mi. This is a great song and kids love it. Maybe you can get the children involved and they can learn a little about music and the same time you're working on deepening your voice.
These exercises will help your voice become more developed and more resonant. There are many other things you can do to deepen your voice. It's easy to find, if you're determined to do it.