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What does your voice sound like...

Discussion in 'Friends and Family' started by mo, Mar 17, 2012.

  1. miss kermie Well-Known Member

    My voice? Well... I'm going to put down a sentence, and the green highlights are when I sound like Kermit.

    Well, my voice sounds like Miss Piggy When I'm arond my boyfriend.

    And I sound like Fozzie when I tell jokes! AaaaAaaaah!
    lady piggy and mo like this.
  2. Vincent Liu Well-Known Member

    I pronounce my Rs like Kermit, with the tongue curled up.
    If human characters count, my voice sounds like Jim from MTI. (and yes, I know how to speak in both rhotic and non-rhotic)
  3. Hubert Well-Known Member

    Am I the only one who literally doesn't know what their voice sounds like? Yes, I know I hear it everyday of my life, but for some reason I just can't pinpoint anything about it. Like, if you recorded my voice and put it beside a bunch of different voices and I had to figure out which one is mine, I wouldn't be able to do it. It's just that my voice is so bland and normal like that.

    Probably half the problem is that the way my voice is, depending on what I say, it sounds different. Like, if I'm saying something in particular, for some reason my voice slides slightly off key. It's not just verbal expressions or anything like that...it's just like sometimes, depending on the words I'm saying, my voice becomes deeper or higher or whatever. It's something weird that I've never really been able to pinpoint on anyone else.
  4. newsmanfan Well-Known Member

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    I did a pretty good Jimmy Buffett in the shower this afternoon...does that count?

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  5. mo Well-Known Member

    yes, I love him!
  6. Sgt Floyd Well-Known Member

    I couldn't tell you what my voice sounds like other than that I tend to talk kinda nasally and monotone. I used to be able to do a great bulbasaur impression. My voice tends to fluctuate between kinda deep and really squeaky so...yeah...

    And I can get great scores singing Duran Duran songs in those karaoke video games even though I can't sing :p
  7. D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    I remember several years ago when I did a video shout out to all my peeps here at MC, a few of them said I sounded like Mister Rogers... that, I don't think so, lol... most of the time anymore, people tell me I sound exactly like my dad over the phone. Really, the best way I can describe my own voice is that I have similar problems with Steve like Jim did with Kermit: Steve is actually pretty close to my natural voice, that I have to be careful, because every once in a while, I'll slip out of the voice... so yeah, if you take Steve's voice, make it a little deeper, and remove that little comical texture from it, that's my voice.

    Now then, can I just describe what my favorite person's voice sounds like? If you took Kristen Chenoweth's voice, and raised it an octave or two, that's what she sounds like, lol... if she ever gets mad (which I'm not sure she does), I'm willing to bet her voice probably reaches a level only dogs can hear.
  8. bazooka_beak Active Member

    My voice is like a dying animal... LOL. Or at least a sick animal. I really hate my voice :p
  9. AlittleMayhem Well-Known Member

    I have a weird voice! Well, accent really! My ethnicity is Scottish, though for a while I lived in Yorkshire and I grew up on Disney films, so it's an odd mixture. What's worse is that I don't know which Scottish accent I'm doing. Sometimes it's turns Inverness, which is were I currently reside, or it can sometimes turn into my dad's Angus accent. Before I moved here, my Yorkshire accent was very strong, and then it kinda vanished. Most of the time a bit of American sneaks it's way in. I have been asked a couple of times which state I come from. :concern:

    My voice on it's own though? I don't know, whenever I record it and play it, it's sounds kinda deep. I wouldn't say monotone, just...odd. Yeah, my voice is odd!

    Maybe I'd make an interesting Gonzo! Then again, I always have a lot of fun doing a hipster/dude like voice. :sing:
  10. meepmuppaphones Active Member

    But if I were to describe my voice without comparison, I'd say my voice is real high pitched to the point it's annoyingly ear-piercing. I could always make different voices, from raspy to dopey to demented. And my LAUGH... Well, imagine a psychopathic weasel-clown-dolphin laughing. You know, one of those real high-pitched demented laughs?:shifty:
  11. AlittleMayhem Well-Known Member

    LOL! I have a similar laugh, though more like a donkey. Sometimes I laugh so hard, no sound comes out. It's kinda freaky.
  12. Birdon the bird Active Member

    Birdon sounds a wittle like Babs seed, But sometimes like Annie sue. With a Country accent. Birdon hates her voice. :(

    Birdon can be like Junior, who replaces the "R" with a "W". Is that silly willy? No? Biwdon can do baby talk, too.
  13. muppetfan24/7 Well-Known Member

    My voice when I'm talking? Gosh, that's hard to answer, but I will give it a try. I have a French accent, but sometimes I sound like either Red Fraggle or Miss Piggy. Then, my laugh... it's complicated.

    When you were posting from the conversation, it sound like Junior said those things.

    I better go now before I babble any longer.
  14. mo Well-Known Member

    I can't say wide array without saying wide away or ride away :/
  15. AnimatedC9000 Well-Known Member

    My voice? What does it sound like? That's a tough one...

    Character-wise, good luck finding a comparison. I've got nothin'. I can do some impressions and slip into character voices at times, but... *shrugs*

    I've asked people to tell me if I had an accent, and surprisingly they said that I had a bit of a Northeastern accent. By that, I think they mean East Coast? Funny thing is that I've basically lived in central/southern USA my whole life and have only been to New York City a grand total of once.

    I have a pretty wide vocal range, singing-wise. My choir teacher put me as a contralto (basically a female tenor) when I was in high school choir, but both times I went to Solo & Ensemble Competition the judges said I had a very pretty upper range.

    So I believe that's a basic rundown on the basis of a vocal Caitlyn. Though I am rather curious: What do you guys think I sound like?
  16. lady piggy Well-Known Member

    My voice, well i would definitely say i sound like my mother but i also sound like a mixture of Ariel from the little mermaid and Pocahontas
  17. Teheheman Well-Known Member

    I sound like Chip Whitley when I talk lol.

    Daniel
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  18. D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Something about Chip Whitley almost reminds me of the way Brad Loekle sounds, can't quite put my finger on it. Hmm...
  19. Ozymandias Well-Known Member

    My voice tends to fluctuate a bit. When I'm relaxed, I switch more to a mid-range feminine voice sliding towards the higher-end. When I'm in a more go-get-em, high powered mode or am on the defense/am nervous or scared, my voice deeps lower and becomes a bit more masculine and monotone in nature. Very odd. With both sets, I have a slightly stuffed-up tone due to having small nostrils and therefore finding it somewhat harder to breathe. >_> Good radio voice I am not. Oh yeah, and to add to the weirdness I sing soprano.
  20. Teheheman Well-Known Member

    Never heard of Brad Loekle but maybe HE knows. I'll ask Chip later lol

    Daniel

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