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  • Have you ever recorded your voice to here what you sound like?

    Not when your singing, but just saying random things, aparently my voice sounds alot bassier to others than me.
    J.R.F.

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    Originally posted by anti-9
    Not when your singing, but just saying random things, aparently my voice sounds alot bassier to others than me.


    Yeah, I used to be a radio DJ

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    • #3
      Originally posted by anti-9
      Not when your singing, but just saying random things, aparently my voice sounds alot bassier to others than me.


      I've heard mine, it's not good.
      I'm seriously goog! Proper, full on goog. You just won't believe how goog I am.

      Mugfungus

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      • #4
        Mine sounds less bassy than what I hear in my head

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        • #5
          "hear", god dammit...

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          • #6
            I did that a long time ago and never did it again. I hate my voice.
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            • #7
              I do so much recording I hear my recorded voice every single day.

              A funny thing happens after a while: you start to hear your voice as it really is, instead of how it is in your head.

              My voice is pretty high pitched for a guy.

              Terry D.
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              • #8
                Yeah, and I don't like it.

                I want a deep booming manly voice, and while I certainly don't sound like a woman or anything, I aint no James Earl Jones either.
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