“I bet he loves the sound of his own voice…”
I think I do sometimes, when I am conscious of it. When I have dropped a register and slowed the pace. I know that I can make my voice close to being resonant and interesting. But like everybody. I mostly hate the sound of it…
In reality we are more high pitched then we imagine. The deepening effect of the ear being embedded within the acoustically dulling skull, gives us all a false impression of how we are heard by others.
We squirm a touch. We are embarrased. We are disappointed.
What complex creatures we are. Some of us seemingly programmed to be awkward in our own skins and fall further when when are made aware of the sound waves we transmit.
Even though I know I can ‘fake’ a voice, like a well filtered image, I still hear my hybrid accent flip. My voice slipping into the high pitched, triggered by laughing, incredulity and frustration.
It’s so natural to me. I can speak out to anybody, anywhere. For work…
But of course my tongue can tie and my voice can fade and catch with loss of confidence in my throat. In the real world.
But I like the practice.
Can we talk?
9.30pm – Thursday 30th March – Spreaker.
You can listen, use the chat box or even Skype in! (Find me – Watching Distant on Skype)
Our first theme is that old chestnut… masturbation…
How often? Where? What? Who? How?
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