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FTM How To Keep Your Singing Voice On T CC Jeff Miller
Hey, everyone! It's Jeff.I hope you're doing well. So three years ago I posted this tutorial showing the evolution of mysinging voice from pre testosterone to almost two years on T. And since then, by far,my most asked question has been: quot;How do I keep my singing voice ontestosteroneéquot; So today, I'm going to cover my tips andtricks for singing on T. Tops by Lincoln Jesser
Before we even get started here'sa little disclaimer: Everybody is different, so every body is goingto react to testosterone differently. I can't guarantee what's going to happen to you. I can't see the future. I mean, it would be pretty cool if I could.But then again, that would be a lot of pressure. So never mind on that. *laughs* So number 1, I operated under the quot;use it or lose itquot; mentality. Like honestly just keep singing.
You know, like Finding Nemo withjust keep swimming just keep. *coughs* But like instead of swimmingswitch it with singing. Right. *laughs* But number 1 leads really well into number 2 which is: Work with what you've got.Work with where you're at. So your range is going to be changing obviously. Testosterone is literally changing your vocal chords. Your vocal chords are lengthening and alsoincreasing in size and that's how it's lowering your voice.
So you might need to transpose things towork with the range that you have at that moment. You might try singing something and it's not inyour range anymore and you could really do damage if you keep pushing it. If something hurts, don't do it.Don't push it. Just take things day by day. Three: Stay mindful of your breathing. And this is especially important ifyou're using a binder. Your breath support is really important.
That is what sets kind of thefoundation of your singing. So if you're using a binder, Iwould recommend another option of you know compression tops or sports bras.Layering clothing. Anything so that you're not fully constructed. You need to be able to have the expansionof your diaphragm to support what you're doing. Number four: Stop the comparisons. And I'm guilty of this, too.So this is really for me as well. Stop comparing yourself to otherpeople with their transitional journeys.
Again, testosterone affectspeople differently. So someone who has beenon testosterone for two months might have a lower voice than someone who's been on testosterone for a year. But comparing yourself to that personmight make you feel jealous. Might make you feel upsetthat it's not working for you. You need to do your best to acceptwhere you're at personally. To accept what your bodyis doing. I know for me personally,
The Gender Tag CC Jeff Miller
Hey, everyone. It's Jeff.I hope you're doing well. So around this time last year, I remembercoming across the tutorial for The Gender Tag which was created by Ashley Wylde, whois a very wellknown artist, poet, writer. And I saw it and I was like I really want todo that. I want to be a part of that project. Fast forward to right now and I haven'tdone it yet. *laughs* But I still want to, so today we're going to doThe Gender Tag. Tops by Lincoln Jesser So I have here the 10 questions that I'mgoing to be answering
and really I just think that this project is superimportant because it allows people to go more in depth on where they come fromand allows a bunch of exploration of our own identities and learning about otherpeople. So if y'all are down for that, here we go! quot;How do you selfidentify your genderéAnd what does that definition mean to youéquot; I self identify as transmasculinebecause I was assigned female at birth but I feel like I'm more on themasculine side of things. But I don't fully identify as just a man,so I am non binary.
I prefer words like human being or personinstead of gendered words like man or woman. But it's odd to me that I'm also okaywith just being called male. quot;What pronouns honor youéquot; I am honored, *laughs*I love that phrasing by the way, I am honored by hehimhis. quot;Describe the style of clothing that you most often wear.quot; So during the weekdays I'm mostly wearingprofessional clothing, you know, buttonups, business slacks, sometimes ties.
And then at night is where I kind ofbring out my, you know, style of t shirts. Band tshirts. Skinny jeans. Kind of I guess punk and hipster if we're goingto use attributes to that. I just wear what I like and what makes me feelcomfortable and happy. quot;Talk about your choices with body hair. How do you style your hairé Do you havefacial hairé What do you choose to shave or choose not to shaveé I don't really spend a lot of timestyling my hair. I just brush it out and
if it looks somewhat odd then I throw ahat on, like today. *laughs* I do have facial hair and what you seenow is pretty much all that I can grow. Thanks genetics and dad on that one. I trim around my neck and then alsogetting the little wispies here. And then I also trim my mustache a little bitjust so that it's not overgrown. Because I like just clean and crisp looking things,so I try and keep that trimmed down a little bit. I don't shave my legs. I don't shave myarmpits. I don't shave my stomach. quot;Talk about cosmetics.Do you choose to wear makeupé
Do you paint your nailsé What types ofsoaps and perfumes do you use, if anyéquot; I do sometimes wear makeup. It's notreally all that often though. Like, I wear foundation sometimes when I'm filmingthings. I'm not wearing anything right now. But if I have a lot of acne, Isometimes feel kind of pressured to cover that up in some way, shape, or form. I do like wearing eyeliner, so if I'mgoing to a show or going to a party I will sometimes put on eyeliner becauseI like the way that it looks and I like the way that it makes me feel.