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My voice is deep, but not too deep. And ladies cream their panties when they hear it. So yes, I like it.
Who's your warden, baby?
I have a little girl loli voice, many people have told me this and I'm aware of it when I hear playbacks of myself singing, I've accepted this. WAHHH WAH WAH.
I'll be like the chick from CRANES tho.
I'm alright with it - I think it sounds pretty British and American (accent-wise, it's a bit of a pot-luck) which draws a lot of attention in a deep-voiced land of Australian Country. I have a horrible singing voice, very monotone when singing anything baritone orchestra in the bathroom, but once again it's not much of a problem.
It depends on whether you mean the voice you hear in your head or the voice you hear on recordings. Apparently, when you talk you actually sound different than when you do in your head. You can use recordings to hear how you sound to other people. I actually like the voice in my head better and I think my recorded voice (which is apparently my "real" voice) sounds a bit too childish. I guess it has gotten better as I have gotten older.
You know the world's gone crazy when the best rapper's a white guy and the best golfer's a black guy - Chris Rock
Personally, I hate my voice.
I have a bit of a lisp and, it's higher pitched then I'd like it to be. not in a girly way or anything. but you know, just never sounds manly to me (and I smoke too).
Girls seem to like it in a "cute/soothing kind of" so that's a plus. but I mean, I want like a voice that makes me sound like Thor!
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I only miss spelled my name because I'm too cool for FireFox.
I like my voice. Singing wise, it naturally sits somewhere near Bing Crosby's range, but I can also range up to songs like "Soul Sister" by Train (with some difficulty, and not necessarily all the time).
I used to be mortified of hearing it recorded when I was younger, because I thought it sounded nasally and nerdy. But, now it doesn't bother me too much to hear a recording of my voice. Actually, the most bothered I get is by my relative lack of technical singing skill. I need to take some vocal lessons to improve my singing, because (as with guitar), I don't think I'll see significant improvement without some good teaching and the accompanying lesson plan/motivation to practice the basics.
I wish my voice was a bit more light & soft but it's isn't too bad i suppose. :P
I don't really like mine a whole lot, but I can live with it.
I hated my voice when I was younger, it was really childish up until quite recently. Now it's a lot like my brother's lol, which is quite deep. Also I have a slight lisp, but turns out I can change it to sound "normal" yet I have to do it conciously so I only do it when I'm online with a mic.
I like my accent and how deep my voice is.
What I despise about it is that it's almost always incredibly monotone.