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you can never really hear your "true voice" unless you are listening to a recording of yourself. that is really the only way to hear what other people hear. your jaw, mouth, nasal cavity, etc. make up what you sound like. what you hear is the "reverberation" of that.
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Quote by vjferrara
you can never really hear your "true voice" unless you are listening to a recording of yourself. that is really the only way to hear what other people hear. your jaw, mouth, nasal cavity, etc. make up what you sound like. what you hear is the "reverberation" of that.


Yep I'll have to agree with this. If anything, with earplugs you'll mostly hear the resonance of the sound through the bones and stuff in your head.

Recording equipment isn't expensive. Plug a mic into your computer, record. Even some mobile phones have passable recording quality. If you can get your hands on a little dosh, something like a Zoom H2 is great, and it can be used in a variety of settings.
And no, Guitar Hero will not help. Even on expert. Really.
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