Whether your voice is a delight to the ear, unpleasant to hear or something in between, these easy exercises will help to make it more sexually appealing. And the more you practice, the quicker the transformation.
1. Go Deep: When you speak from the deeper range of your voice you signal to the listener that you are calm, comfortable, connected to your body and sexually assured. Conversely, when your voice emerges in a higher pitch it gives the impression that you're anxious, disconnected from your body and sexually insecure. You'll be happy to know that an unconscious habit can be consciously practiced in a way that will help you quickly and naturally lower your voice:
Exercise—humming: Hum a musical scale in descending order (from high to low). (Don't worry if you can't carry a tune, just the act of humming—even if it's off key—will have a positive effect on your speaking voice.) Try to focus the sound of the hum into the area around your nose and upper lip. This area is called the "facial mask." Doing this will also help you improve voice quality.
Now, hum a scale in descending order, again, but this time focus on your body. As you go down the scale you will feel some of the vibrations move from your head area into your chest. When that starts to happen, stop and notice the note you are humming on. Begin to speak on that pitch, as if you were singing a song with one repetitive note. Use that as your reference note, and see if you can now talk naturally, and with expression, from this new lowered starting pitch in your voice.
It can help to have a partner or friend hold their hand on your lower back while you are doing this. That makes it easier to tune into your body sensations. If that's not possible, stand with your back flush against a wall. That too will increase body awareness.
2. Speak Low: While keeping your voice soft rather than loud may seem like an obvious feature of a sexy voice, there are subtle ways you can enhance this quality. And you don't have to consistently speak at a whisper. On the contrary, strategically varying the volume of your voice during your conversation can be most arousing.
Exercise:—inspiring sexual desire with volume control: Softening your volume on certain key words can both signal your own sensual attraction and stir similar feelings in your partner. For example, practice the phrase: "I have some free time tonight and I'd love to share it with you." When you come to the phrase, "I'd love to share it with you," lower your voice.