You could be talking with the wrong part of your vocal cord. When you talk where does it feel like its coming from (which part of your vocal cord)? Try talking from the lower part of your throat. Itís hard to explain, if you've ever been in choir you'd learn how to use different areas of your vocal cord. If you talk from the top of your vocal cord you come out with a high, nerdy, nasally voice. Talk from the middle its obviously a middle range, and talk from the bottom of your cord, just above your collar bone you'll carry a deeper bass voice. Of course this only goes so far, if you naturally have a high voice there isn't much you can do. You should be able to tell from which part of your throat/vocal cord you're talking from just by feeling where the vibrations are coming from. Also if you focus on your diaphragm, or midriff, you could produce a deeper voice. I don't know how though, I've only heard of it working on people from a TV show :P
Originally Posted by Dominican Davy
yea but is there any other way to make my voice deeper?