Singers Get Extra Octave From Sex Toys!
For singer’s wanting an extra octave in their voice, look no further than the drawer in which your girlfriend hides her adult toy. Yes, it is disturbing to think a vibrating sex toy could give you an extra octave. Why anyone would use one for that purpose is beyond me, but there's a voice coach in Canada who swears by it.
David Ley is a music professor at the University of Alberta in Canada, and also a highly-respected voice coach, who claims that massaging your throat with a vibrator will give you quality, range, and projection out of your voice.
Keep in mind this isn’t one of those stories where a teacher makes up something to fulfill a weird fetish. He says,
"I know it's a bit different . . . I know there's a giggle factor, but it works. It relaxes the tension in the
Apparently, the small handheld vibrating toys work best. Just be prepared to lose friends, your girlfriend, and alienate your parents if they find your toy. There is no excuse that will prevent them from thinking you are some weird pervert, unless they have one too. If they do you’ll think they’re the pervert, or the two of you will end up doing a vibrating duet. Either way it’s a lose-lose situation, just with an extra octave.