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prasanthvanamlo:
There are quite a few voice pitch monitor apps for android but not many supporting iOS (no idea why maybe less demand or whatever).

OU812:
I'd caution against obsessing too much over pitch. Realistically, the higher you can go, the better, but you'll be able to feel if it's taking undue effort, and in this sense, you don't really need these fancy pitch apps. In most cases, glottoplasty would be needed to be really consistently happy with the pitch (i.e. always in or close to female average pitch range.)

But in a practical sense, and especially if you're older, your pitch can actually be fairly low and still sound female, especially if your prosody is varied enough (upwards inflections, etc.) It's also possible to be very high pitched and still sound male (Ross Matthews, anyone?)

More focus on larynx placement and vowel formation. If you studied the pitch range of female voice actors (Kate Mulgrew) you'd be floored at how incredibly low they can go and still sound female, while rarely even entering the average female pitch range. That's because they have these two traits down solid.

Battles of "well i'm 150hz and shooting for 200hz" are kind of a moot point compared to this.

thinkappleeight:
can someone share itunes and play store link for the app ?

Jo35:
I found an app named Christella Voiceup or something like that. Has anybody experienced with that?

ChrissyRyan:

--- Quote from: Jo35 on December 17, 2021, 03:39:50 pm ---I found an app named Christella Voiceup or something like that. Has anybody experienced with that?

--- End quote ---

It works and does show your pitch in the female or male range after your record the reading of a passage.
It has voice exercise routines that have you saying words and phrases.  You need to by add-ins to get all of the voice exercise routines.

It was of some help.

Chrissy

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