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David

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When you speak, you hear your voice resonating around internally; this is in addition to externally, which is what other people hear. Since I'm sure most people have listened to themselves on recordings, does your voice sound deeper when you speak normally, as opposed to what it is in reality (what is on recordings and what others perceive)?



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Jake

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Back when I was younger, my voice sounded a LOT lower to me. It was dreadful when I heard myself on recording and heard my squealing little kid voice. When I hit puberty, my voice sounded higher to me. Once again, I hated it when I sounded like some sort of monster on recording. At this point, my voice once again sounds lower to me and higher on recording, though the difference is smaller than it used to be. I've tried to get used to it, though the sound still makes my ears hurt somewhat.



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Eric the Bard

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I don't really know. I think my external voice is higher than my internal.

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Brad

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my internal is a lot higher :) big burly man like my self



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Huygens

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Interesting question, I think in my head my voice seems lower than it actually is. I HATE my voice on recordings, other people don't seem to mind it, so I'm fine.



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Fergal

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My internal is higher, but not very. My voice is pretty deep, at least in real life, mics might mess around with that.



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Blake

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Much like everybody else here, my internal voice is higher.

 

My external voice sounds like Morgan Freeman and James Earl Jones singing a duet through a rotating fan.



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Jake

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Much like everybody else here, my internal voice is higher.

Not everyone. As I said, my internal voice is lower. I'm guessing my brother's is as well, because he says he thinks he sounds like a baby when he hears himself.






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