Female Voice Changer (online pitch changer)


Welcome to our Female Voice Changer - a tool to modify your voice (or a voice recording that you upload) to a female voice! Depending on how you'd like your voice to sound (generally, higher-pitched voices tend to sound younger) we've included a drop-down menu for you to adjust the pitch of your audio clip.

You won't need to download any software to use this online audio changer - just click "record a clip" and make some noises into the microphone to make a recording that we'll add voice effects to. You can also upload an audio clip of one of your friends or family if you'd like to see what they'd sound like with a higher-pitched voice.

So why would something like this be necessary anyway? Why is it difficult for people with particularly low voices to mimic very high voices, and vice versa? Let's have a quick look at how our bodies produce pitch and how vocal range works.

Producing Pitch

The shape and size of our body, in particular the vocal tract and vocal cords (or folds) influences the pitch of our voices. Let's break this down a bit.

Our vocal tract is a cavity where sound is filtered, and the size of our tract will influence how deep the timbre of our voice sounds. Generally, women have smaller tracts than men do (about 14.1cm as opposed to 16.9cm), which means that a woman's voice will usually be at a higher pitch than a man's voice. This is similar with our vocal cords - the smaller they are, the higher the pitch. Women's vocal folds will average 12.5mm - 17.5mm in length, while men have an average of 17.5mm to 25mm.

All of this contributes to our vocal range, which is the range between (and including) the lowest and highest notes we can reach. In musical terms, women tend to occupy the higher categories of vocal range (soprano, mezzo-soprano, and contralto) while men tend to fall within the lower categories (tenor, baritone, and bass). While women can reach tenor ranges and men can reach contralto, it's extremely rare for a woman to be able to reach the bass register and for a man to reach soprano notes. For you to have an idea of how these ranges line up, here's an image of the most commonly used vocal ranges:

vocal ranges shown on a keyboard

And this is where we come in. While it's relatively easy to mimic accents (which you probably shouldn't) or different pronounciations of words, it's hard (and sometimes impossible) for those with a deep voice to reach the high notes of a Mariah Carey song. So if you have a low voice and have ever wondered what you'd sound like with a cute girl voice, we're here for you and we hope you find our Female Voice Changer useful.

If you're interested in free voice transformers, you might also like the voice converters at voicechanger. There you'll find voice filters to change the pitch and frequency of your voice as well as emulate certain characters. You can also suggest other microphone effects you'd like to see!

If there's anything new you'd like to see here, or you have suggestions on improvements we could make, feel free to leave a comment or let me know in the suggestions box!


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