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23 / M / Georgia
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Posted 10/1/12
I have been told I have a really pleasant voice to listen to. Maybe even good for narration!

I was lucky: in seventh grade, I caught a really bad cold over Thanksgiving, but when it was over, my voice had permanently changed. No awkward cracking phase to go through!
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20 / F / UK
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Posted 10/1/12 , edited 10/1/12
I really have never thought to describe what my voice sounds like. I'm not sure to be honest. It's not too high pitched, but it's not too low pitched, I suppose it is feminine-sounding. I think it sounds sweet because it is quite timid and gentle, but not wispy and as if I am shy or a ghost. I think it just sounds comforting (I do practice on my baby pets). It is also clear and I can easily project my voice at a presentation.

The only real thing I have noticed is that my accent is slightly mixed because I have moved. It is mainly an English accent, but I sound sometimes American. I think accent has a lot to do with how a person sounds and what impression they give about themselves.
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28 / F / Lost
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Posted 10/1/12
Supposedly soprano, but I am more of a contralto nowadays.

No formal vocal training. I wish I had some.

Sample of my voice:
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23 / F / Sexual Chocolate
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Posted 10/1/12
I sound like Minnie Mouse. There's just no presence to my voice and even I find it hard to take myself seriously when i'm chewing someone out unless i'm practically shouting myself hoarse. My singing voice is even worse, which has been described to me as "Disney Princess-esque". I've also evidently got some kind of "ghetto accent" although I don't notice it.
Posted 10/1/12
People are sometimes surprised of how deep my voice is, it's not masculine at all, but both my sister and me have very deep feminine voices. I guess it runs in the family. Been told it sounds sexy, but haha, I'm not sure.
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28 / F / Lost
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Posted 10/1/12

28509149 wrote:


Again, projection. I feel that your diaphragm could be more used. You seem to have more of a contralto voice, like you said, so use it more. It somewhat sounds like you are using your throat to lead you instead of your diaphragm. And if you have a chesty voice, make sure you take an advantage of that. Going low is perhaps a bit difficult for you, is it? I'm not too sure. Even if it's not, consider a line of imagination. You're going flat rather than being on pitch. If you imagine a line, the line will help you establish a stronger pitch than you've had before. Make sure you never go under the line. It's your limit. Other than that, I believe your range could be larger than what you are known to. Unique voice. I like how it's haunting. One thing that I do like about your voice is that you are strange with it, and that creates a deep feeling that impacts a mysterious cause.

Both of you have really nice voices. Keep it up, girls.


Are you perhaps another professional musician? I studied music, but my major/specialty is Ethnomusicology.

Actually, I was nervous and recovering from a cold when I recorded that, which accounts for my not being perfectly on key (I supposedly have perfect pitch).

As I said before, my voice is rather unstable, but in my university's choir, I was the go-to soprano who could also sing alto parts. My voice got lower due to lack of use and in a way, foolish hopes of it deepening, since I'm not very fond of my high-pitched natural voice. My lower notes are hard to reach and depend more on lowering the volume than making it louder. My lowest comfortable note is F3, and with proper warm-up, my highest is practically in the A5-C6 range. I tried to study to be a singer in my university, but the teacher that was there at the moment said I wasn't suited for singing due to the size of my tongue (-rolls eyes-), and because I've been singing without any training since I was 10 (my mother couldn't afford singing lessons). In fact, I am worried about me not having natural vibrato, and most of all, actually damaging my voice.

Thank you for the critique, and I hope to be able to talk to you about this often
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19 / M / New Jersey
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Posted 10/1/12
If I had to elaborate on how I sound.
I have a pretty serene voice. :D
It's unique and I love how I sound when I read. xD
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Posted 10/1/12

YukiForgets wrote:




Now I shall torture you with my painful screaming. I am not ashamed.
Put your volume on low :]
http://vocaroo.com/i/s0BZ9vbLluaZ



That was a nice cover, If I'm right it was creep by radio head right?

And umm my voice err I can describe best thing is to
listen to me singing this life house song
http://youtu.be/7rjAQjFMqHA

or reading out Sebastian lines for this thing I auditioned for ROFL
http://youtu.be/4EZUdOv7mh8
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my voice sounds like the rest of the members of my family. Loud !
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rjAQjFMqHA
Try that If that 1st link didn't work and yeah it's my voice, well on the sebastian one yeah obviously that's not my normal speaking voice but the tone XD and yeah I realized on your cover while I was listening to it but still put a smile to my face haha.
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Posted 10/2/12
It's weird, face to face my voice is low, but over the phone people confuse me for a little girl and ask to speak to "my mom"...I keep having to say, "I am the lady of the house". I have a pretty good size singing voice range and am at my best harmonizing with another singer or a previous recording of myself. I only sing in church or to my kids though...Still too shy.
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22 / M / Amurka
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Posted 10/2/12
My voice isn't really deep, but it isn't high-pitched either. It sounds like my twin brothers and I don't like it.
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21 / M / California
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Posted 10/2/12
I get told that I talk to loud sometimes, but i swear It doesn't seem that way to me!Everyone must just be crazy.
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Posted 10/2/12 , edited 10/2/12
Hmm.... Varies,from low to medium depth most times I think, and worse yet I have a tendency to pick up accents of the local area if I'm there for more than a week. That, and oddly I can pitch my voice from cartoon pipsqueak annoying down to what apparently sounds like the "Claw" from inspector gadget.

Screwing with tele-marketers is rather amusing. :

:in growl voice:: "Good evening, I kindly accept all forms of cash or souls..." :

:click:: as they hang up

I'll promo Crunchyroll for you all. Scary in time for Halloween.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYjKO9MWask

Posted 10/2/12

Haha I don't have a tune in my voice and I can't sing... really. But sure for you I'd do the alphabet song! You shall hear my voice sooner or later I take it.

Lol I'd love to hear your voice too, I bet it's awesome and cute.
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