ANSWERS: 49
  • You'll probably think I have a really posh accent! My voice is sort of normal volume, slightly fast pace, quite normal tone, very British and sort of west London creeps in when I am annoyed, angry, upset or excited.
  • Take 2. My voice sounds like something most people have heard quite often. If you have listened to radio or television at all, then you have heard voices similar to my own. I removed my other answer because some _______ (fill in your own favorite expletive) didn't like it.
  • australian, how do you describe that? geez mate!
  • right now my voice sounds like a frog jumped in it and died. I have cold and it sounds all smokey like,
  • Uhhhhhhh, that's pretty tough to describe. I don't have a manly voice, but I don't have a high womanly voice eiither... I have an americanized accent, you could say. It's not Canadian, even though I live in Canada. No, I don't say "aboot" for about.. Aaand, my voice is sort of bubbly-kind you could say, like a jolly voice.
  • childish. well it used to before i began smoking. now it sounds more like demi's, sort of scratchy.
  • English (but not posh English- I have flat vowels like Americans do) with a tincy trace of the Welsh lilt that creeps in on certain words. And quite low for a girl.
  • I fear it sounds too manly for a woman, but I've got an Australian accent at any rate :) You can never really discern how you sound can you? Objectively, I mean :)
  • I sound like my sister, which doesn't help you I know. Just like a normal female voice with a northern English accent. I don't pronounce my T's and miss whole words out of sentances.
  • IN ENGLAND they call it Plum in the mouth, or very Knightsbridge I believe. I actually just call it non accented Cambridge English I have been told I would make a good 0900 operator pretty sure that is not a compliment
  • I have kind of a gravely voice for someone so young, moderate Northwest American accent that only really shows on the R and W sounds. You ought to hear my voice when I sing, I sound like a young Tom Waits.
  • Perfect english, deep voice, I have a bit of trouble sounding the L in words that end with l.
  • Like Renee Flemings!
  • Well my great grandsons tell me I sound just like the grandma in that new computerized animated style movie of Red Riding Hood. I think it is called Hoodwinked.
  • Deep, spanish accent (I'm from Peru), they say I sound like a mix between James Earl Jones and antonio banderas... I doubt it tho
  • My voice is way too deep for my age and looks. Probably because I have smoked too much, and being tall probably contributes to it as well. I sound older than my 40 something boss, and I am not even 30 yet. When I get a sore throat I sound like Macho-Man Randy Savage.
  • Kind of like if Lawrence Fishburn were to be kicked in the nuts and given a midwestern accent...
  • I pronunciate very well because I work with the public alot. Also I talk pretty soft, unless I'm on the phone or speaking to a crowd. And I have a slight lisp.
  • the teenager kid in the simpsons..
  • I have a southern drawl, which just so happens to work in my line of business. I'm a waitress, and i lay it on thick, people from the north just love to hear a southern belle talk. so the tips are nice.
  • they say my voice sounds like the country singer of Wynonna Judd,
  • Scratchy with a rural accent
  • my mother's voice
  • i have a normal girl voice, like well i ahve a country accent (oklahoma :D ) lol its actually ALOT like gretchen wilson's.
  • I have a soft, clear, gentle voice.
  • Hopefully better then Bobcat Golthwaits (splchk)
  • it's a pretty normal sounding voice. nothing makes it stand out, really. i suppose it's a little deeper and maybe a little clearer than most peoples. what a hard thing to describe. it sounds like dan. i have pretty good control over it though, i can tell ya that much.
  • My voice is a little high-pitched normally, and becomes very high pitched and squeaky when I am angry or nervous...my younger brother calls this my "nervous tone."
  • I couldn't accurately tell you, because the sympathetic vibrations from my skull alter the way I perceive my own voice. =)
  • imagine James Earl Jones breathing helium after a night of smoking salmon, drinking lighter fluid and eating jalapenos. Then you would have some idea.
  • Well, if you want to hear an offtune, me singing to Metallica's Mater of Puppets... you can go here ^^'''' I sound young =P http://media.putfile.com/Metallica---Master-of-Puppets-Me-singing
  • my voice is almost like eric burdon's. deep and very loud (i don't like it!).
  • ever heard the original broadway cast soundtrack from the musical wicked? i have idina menzel's [alphaba's] voice! i sound EXACTLY like her... it's quite scary.
  • I sound alot like Sara Cox off Radio One. This is an interview I found with her on the Richard and Judy show.
  • A sample of my speaking voice: (reading a fake news story on Uncyclopedia) http://images4.wikia.com/uncyclopedia/images/9/92/Rumsfeld_blames_fiasco_on_faulty_simulations.mp3 A sample of my singing voice: (a joke song on Uncyclopedia) http://uncyclopedia.org/wiki/UnTunes:Stinky_Love_Song Other examples are available at: http://uncyclopedia.org/wiki/User:Todd_Lyons/bibliography#Audio_Recordings
  • It is not very deep but not to high.
  • I heard my voice played back on a recording..we did this in school as an example of how your voice sounds to you when you speak and how it sounds to you when you hear it played back on a record..I was terribly disappointed..it was very soft, sounded like a little girl (I was about 15 at the time) and absolutely nothing distinctive about it whatsoever..nothing at all like what I "hear" when I talk to someone. So I would say it is very ordinary..nothing you'd remember. :(
  • When hearing my voice played back it sounds childish, but well enunciated. And there is an ever so tiny blur between my Rs and Ws that only I notice, and my mum says I'm making up. About a month ago though, the car parking attendant said I had a very unique voice, calm and deep, very sultry and seductive, but still with spark. Creepy old bugger!
  • Halfway between older John Cale and a stoned teenager.
  • grating abrasive beautiful acrimonious
  • I was recently told it was melodic. :) I also have a hybrid accent. It's part southern and part Cajun. It's not very pronounced but it is notable.
  • I actually have a really deep voice, im 25 now and i've had a deep voice since i was about 20. I didnt even notice until people would tell me how deep it was. It's amazing the kind of attention you get just because of what your voice sounds like!
  • It's not me singing, but here's a video of me, that I made.
  • This is my video for my Answerbag friends. ...................................Ramon Ayala .............................................. ...................................................Royal77...................................
  • It depends. It's deeper but when I am tender or frightened it gets more quite and much higher.
  • bah, I've got an ugly, typically Danish monotonous accent, which is only made worse by the fact that I don't even have a very deep voice Actually I considered recording my voice and uploading the file, but I made a test just to see if it worked, and the sound of my voice made me think twice :S
  • I slip back and forth from an English accent to your standard PA/NJ/NH (whatever the hell that is) accent.
  • http://ksolo.myspace.com/actions/showSongProfile.do?rid=974527&sid=28084&uid=7441716 Here's my singing voice... sorry for any bleeding ears :P

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