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When you hear it played back to you from recordings and stuff. Because I think mine is well gay, innit.
Now if only I had a microphone...
I'm pretty sure I sound to teuchter for my liking though.
it just sounds odd played back to me.
and people tell me I sound American sometimes and mock my accent, bastards :p
I sound like a tit.
My voice is very much a love/hate thing. In many ways it'd be nice if it sounded better (Especially when singing) but in other ways it's got a certain character to it that it wouldn't have if it sounded 'better'...
with a passion. Years of stuttering and having a Welsh accent :(
Well, Southern ones anyway.
but then all the Welsh people I know can't stand that either. All about the 'diff.
Love the language too, but tibar/tebar (sp?) is the only word I can remember...
South Wales accents are lovely.
Sometimes when recorded it sounds like a camp Kevin the Teenager but I've been assured that isn't how it sounds to other people
some people seem to really like it
but it's my voice, and i am massively egotistical, so yeah i bum my voice
I have a real voice. I talk so differently depending on who I'm with. the broadness of my northern accent waxes and wanes. sometimes I sound welsh. sometimes I go into 'generic university accent'.
all my voices are 100% sexy though.
so that doesn't sound too weird.
But if for some reason I hear my conversational voice recorded...it's gash. I don't like the pacing of speech.
But, meh, what ya going do?
The accent is neither here nor there - shades of the south, sometimes it's posh, sometimes...it's just from fucking nowhere.
Then sometimes it's deep, then scratchy, then quiet or loud.
My voice has identity issues.
after doing radio etc etc. i would have to listen to recordings of myself all the time. i have a good radio voice apparently. so it's all good.
I chunter (isn't that the best word ever) in a Stevenage accent. So, no.
And whilst I personally think I'm reasonably well spoken, meeting a few DiSers and having them laugh at me has made me doubt this
you say ting like 'i weren't'!
does anyone? mine sounds overly pronounced and quite manly, and sometimes really nasal.
9 years of private school + army childhood (I don't come from anywhere) + 4 years in Yorkshire + a liberal sprinkling of West Country = me.
Bournemouth is quite a mix of Home Counties posh/Saaaaaaarf Coast geezer and Ciderville yokelism though.
with a definite country twang and some inexcusable chavvy influences.
Although I have never heard it when I go into Cary Grant mode.
sounds so darn dull to me.
I sometimes have no idea what I'm saying.
i sound like a man/5 year old alternatively
council house posh is a pretty shit voice
"S's" are too airy, sound like I've got a wee whistle under me tongue.
inniT1 but oftrn im dunk, so no :( slurry southern mess :(m
I realise this is probably an obvious thing to say, but I never noticed how Scottish I was until I heard a recording. I also have an awkward, geeky soundin laugh.
After being stuck in vocal booth for 4 hrs this weekend I am well and truly sick of the sound of my own voice.
My singing voice is a bit scratchy and my range is arse, just kind of shouty. I only do vocals as I write the cunting songs.
Speaking voice is rubbish, standard home counties accent and a bit of mumbling.
I just made a new song.
without clicking reply!
Anyway, on film etc, it's the most horrible thing ever.
And apparently it's a northern accent.