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#81
Where's Gibson_SG_uzr55 with his Snake voice?
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#82
Quote by slipknot5678
Yeah, lower voices are better for falsetto.

When I can do it it sounds good. My half falsetto thing varies depending on whether or not it's a good day or not. On good days it sounds great, on bad days it doesn't sound strained, but weak and airy.
Damn my voice seriously be manipulated my to sound like a banshee if I it to. Once I swear I went above the audible range, like I could tell the sound was there but I couldn't really hear it. My friends said it hurt their ears.

And dammit Chaz that was one holy voice.
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#83
Quote by King Donkey
Damn I can seriously manipulate my voice to sound like a banshee if I want to. Once I swear I went above the audible range, like I could tell the sound was there but I couldn't really hear it. My friends said it hurt their ears.

And dammit Chaz that was one holy voice.


I should also mention I ****ed up my voice by trying to teach myself how to sing metal when I was fourteen. :/

So now I have an unstable voice but I've managed to improve, and now I can sing mellower music well, which is what I now prefer anyway. I'm still slightly jealous of you for being able to do that though.
#85
Quote by slipknot5678
I should also mention I ****ed up my voice by trying to teach myself how to sing metal when I was fourteen. :/

So now I have an unstable voice but I've managed to improve, and now I can sing mellower music well, which is what I now prefer anyway. I'm still slightly jealous of you for being able to do that though.

Nah man I'm jealous of you for being able to control your regular voice.

Also about you stuffing up your voice, that's what I'm worried about doing with mine. In falsetto and even moreso with my normal voice, my throat quickly gets kind of tired after singing. I'm guessing it's something to do with not singing from my diaphragm but no matter what I do it doesn't feel any different.

And yeah I love mellow singing. Favourite singer is Andrew Vanwyngarden off MGMT.
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#86
Quote by King Donkey
Nah man I'm jealous of you for being able to control your regular voice.

Also about you stuffing up your voice, that's what I'm worried about doing with mine. In falsetto and even moreso with my normal voice, my throat quickly gets kind of tired after singing. I'm guessing it's something to do with not singing from my diaphragm but no matter what I do it doesn't feel any different.


I don't know what to tell you about the diaphragm technique. It's not something I can explain. If it hurts, don't do it. And I hate to tell you this but I also made weird noises that may have aided the damage of my voice, but if you haven't noticed them hurting or making your voice weaker that may not be true in your case.
#87
Quote by slipknot5678
I don't know what to tell you about the diaphragm technique. It's not something I can explain. If it hurts, don't do it. And I hate to tell you this but I also made weird noises that may have aided the damage of my voice, but if you haven't noticed them hurting or making your voice weaker that may not be true in your case.

Yeah that's why it would be much better to get a teacher, it's not something you can learn over the internet like guitar. Also, I'm not making weird voices or anything like that. My throat doesn't even feel 'sore' it just feels tired/used up.

Thanks though.
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#89
Mostly baritone, rarely tenor.
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#91
Quote by TEK34
I've been told my voice is "booming".

You a big black guy?

If you answered no, then scientifically you can't have a booming voice.
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#92
My singing voice covers two octasves, from G to G


if I do a FFT on some regular speech it seems to peak around 155Hz (supposedly D#), with the overtones in midrange and such
#94
My voice is really deep right now because I have a cold. idk I guess it's average for a girl voice but for some reason i squeak when I talk to strangers
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#96
Quote by King Donkey
You a big black guy?

If you answered no, then scientifically you can't have a booming voice.

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Last edited by TEK34 at Nov 19, 2012,
#97
I speak sorta low I guess, but I can sing pretty high.
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#99
My lowest is is D at 73Hz and I have a singing range of 2 octaves. After growling I can reach C and a singing range of 3 octaves
#101
My speaking voice I think is kind of high, but sometimes I talk really low. For whatever reason though, I use a "lower" voice to mimic guys, the way most girls do. I don't think that my was could really pass for female, but whatever. I can sing from E2 up to C#6, which coincidentally is the exact range of a 21 fret guitar in standard without bending up or down in either direction.
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#102
Currently, about 1.3metres because I'm sat down. AHA! Funny bastard alert...

No idea.
#103
people tell me i have a ridiculously deep voice, although i don't think my voice is all that deep

will post vocaroo once i get home
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#104
Quote by Burgery
people tell me i have a ridiculously deep voice, although i don't think my voice is all that deep

will post vocaroo once i get home


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#105
Singing or talking voice?


Based on what I've tested/searched, my vocal range falls into low tenor, my lowest note being around F#2, highest in full voice an A4, and in falsetto a G5. For the longest time I figured I was a baritone because of how deep my speaking voice is, but it didn't make sense due to all of the high notes I could hit.

That said, my speaking voice is deeper than it should be. Not excessively deep though still resonant. It's really weird because it sounds absolutely nothing like my singing.
#106
Quote by Ian_the_fox
Singing or talking voice?


Based on what I've tested/searched, my vocal range falls into low tenor, my lowest note being around F#2, highest in full voice an A4, and in falsetto a G5. For the longest time I figured I was a baritone because of how deep my speaking voice is, but it didn't make sense due to all of the high notes I could hit.

That said, my speaking voice is deeper than it should be. Not excessively deep though still resonant. It's really weird because it sounds absolutely nothing like my singing.


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#108
Quote by Horsedick.MPEG
I'm curious how a fox sounds when they talk
While I may be fluffy I still have human vocal cords. It comes with being anthropomorphic, ya know.


I'd post a Vocaroo clip but all I have right now is my phone.
#109
http://vocaroo.com/i/s1bE43vs8DhV

donno, it's not really all that low.
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EDIT: there are some people that cant do falsetto?
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#110
Quote by Ian_the_fox
While I may be fluffy I still have human vocal cords. It comes with being anthropomorphic, ya know.

Stfu, you weird human/fox!

You probably just bark shit out anyway.

Random Guy: "How's it going, Ian?"
Ian: "Ruff ruff yip bark"
Random Guy: "If you say so, Ian..."
#111
Mines is probably mid to high range, whatever frequency that is.

However when people tickle me I sound like a squeaky toy, so it can get up there.
#112
Quote by crazysam23_Atax
Stfu, you weird human/fox!

You probably just bark shit out anyway.

Random Guy: "How's it going, Ian?"
Ian: "Ruff ruff yip bark"
Random Guy: "If you say so, Ian..."



oh god I did that when I was 5


I wished I was a dog so bad, I barked at people and even dressed up as a dog sometimes

I'd have made a good dog
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#113
Quote by crazysam23_Atax
Stfu, you weird human/fox!

You probably just bark shit out anyway.

Random Guy: "How's it going, Ian?"
Ian: "Ruff ruff yip bark"
Random Guy: "If you say so, Ian..."
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>_>

...http://vocaroo.com/i/s1k3V4nvYonh


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Last edited by Ian_the_fox at Nov 19, 2012,
#114
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People have said I sound and look like Egoraptor.


omg, you totally do!
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#116
Around 110 Hz, I would say, but I can go down to 80 to be still comfortable, 60 Hz is the lowest I can go.
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#117
eh how do u cuntz no what freq. ur voice is taht dun mak sense

ma voice is low do
#119
Quote by Obsceneairwaves
oh god I did that when I was 5


I wished I was a dog so bad, I barked at people and even dressed up as a dog sometimes

I'd have made a good dog

*ahem* Don't be a furry. *ahem*
#120
Sometimes can sound deep and resonated, but sometimes it can sound higher than Bonnie Langford on helium....
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