*Damn, I got no discipline. Promised I won’t blog today but wutodo? Home alone and shaking legs mah.*
I have always wanted to ask. So, people help me out. Confirm this.
1) Do you think your voice heard on recording, mike, phone is the same as the voice you hear when you talk? (I mean listen with your own ears when your mouth open)
2) Which voice do you think sounds better? The one you heard with your own ears when you talk or the one you heard streaming through mike, phone, recording?
I don’t know. I think my voice is pretty sucky. But when I heard them on recording or mike, it sounds even more sucky.
Normally, I make a recording of my own voice to check my annotation, pronounciation, tone, watevala with my SE630 handphone. When I playback, it is real torture to listen to them. But I have to do so to improve my reading (lectoring).
I would go, ewww…girl, like that voice hor, better don’t talk you know. But hor, I have people telling me that my voice is rich. Whatever that means…
Which brings me to my nightmare last night. I dreamt that I went up this lectern (like a podium), in a huge church with stained glasses and the whole works. Suddenly, I started talking in BM and it is bahasa pasar! OMG, I went on and on and cannot stop. And the church people turned into some comedy show spectators and laughing till they fell of the pews! Then, I woke up and heard the azan subuh from the Penang state mosque. *wipe cold sweats* I hope Ayah Pin did not cast a spell on me ‘cos lately I am receiving a lot of traffic looking for Ayah Pin, Ayah Pin’s pictures and Ayah Pin’s 4 wives.
Anyway, my nightmare is over. I can even pronounce Ecclesiasticus correctly this morning! Praise God. Hallelujah! Thank God. My faith has kept my quivering voice at bay and no bullet train reading anymore. I love Jesus! Yeah.
Oh ya, remember to tell me if you love your own voice. And please keep guessing.