The Hate U Give Quotes by Angie Thomas
MY DEEP VOICE - Bethany Wilhelm
The real reason the sound of your own voice makes you cringe
Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more. Harm to minors, violence or threats, harassment or privacy invasion, impersonation or misrepresentation, fraud or phishing, show more. Health Other - Health. Hate my DEEP man voice? I'm 16 and i'm a girl and growing up my voice was always deep and I just really can't stand it. Most people say its unique, and when I'm on the phone people mistake me as my father
Need Help? United States. Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 30 of Thread: It kinda sucks having a deep voice. It kinda sucks having a deep voice If you talk to quietly it's hard to understand what you're saying Talk too loud people think you're yelling at them or that you talk to loud It's very hard to get it just right. Or that you're in a really bad mood all the time. Get that a lot.
We've all had the experience: you hear your voice recorded on a voicemail message or after a presentation and you recall in horror. Do I really sound that awful, you think, or is my brain just playing tricks on me? The truth is the reality of your voice is more like that terrible recording than what you hear in your head. That's because to get to your ears, your own voice partially travels through your skull via vibrations. When anyone else hears it, it's going straight through the air. Traveling via dense bone makes your voice sound -- to you -- more resonant than it sounds to everyone else.
Most of us have shuddered on hearing the sound of our own voice. But why is voice confrontation so frequent, while barely a thought is given to the voices of others? A common explanation often found in popular media is that because we normally hear our own voice while talking, we receive both sound transferred to our ears externally by air conduction and sound transferred internally through our bones.
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Do You Hate Your Voice? You're Not Alone!
Respected vocal coach, Audrey Hunt lays it on the line when it comes to the responsibility of singing, performing, and avoiding vocal strain. If you're one of the majorities of people who feel this way, you've come to the right place because you're about to learn why you hate your voice and how to fix it. It might be that you're a perfectionist which means you'll never be satisfied with your voice. Or, maybe you've been told that you can't sing, so you don't sing at all. Well, I have good news for you. You're not stuck with the way you sound when you sing. Any type of voice can be changed and developed to sound better.
Show less The sound of your voice is determined by the size of your vocal cords and other physiological factors. While it's not possible to completely alter your voice from high to low or vice versa, there are techniques you can try to make slight changes to your pitch and volume and bring out the best in your natural voice. To change your voice, open your mouth wide when you speak and avoid talking through your nose so your voice doesn't sound nasally. Also, try breathing with your diaphragm instead of your chest when you speak, which will help you project your voice. If you want your voice to be deeper, practice speaking with a lower pitch, and if you want it to be higher, try a higher pitch.