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Vocaroo General Anonymous 442

A thread to record and share your chords, show off your voice work, practice a language, or just to talk in general.


Anonymous 1000

thread is a month old, but hey! i did a semi-shit cover of moon river (sorry about my mic! it's not as bad as it usually is, at least)

Anonymous 1002


Really nice work, anon! Congrats!

Anonymous 1003

thank you!!

Anonymous 1008

This is lovely Anon, and such a beautiful voice, like honey. I could listen to you sing all day.

Anonymous 1010

We should get some requests in here to kick off the thread in case some anons want to read them off.

Anonymous 1011

Good idea! I'll start. I'd like an Anon to read this article out in a serious news voice:

>Some dogs are doggos, some are puppers, and others may even be pupperinos. There are corgos and clouds, fluffers and floofs, woofers and boofers. The chunky ones are thicc, and the thin ones are long bois. When they stick out their tongues, they're doing a mlem, a blep, a blop. They bork. They boof.

>For example, the phrase "doing me a frighten," used to describe startled dogs, comes from an image posted in late 2015 according to KnowYourMeme.com. In it, a tiny Rottweiler puppy shocks its parent with a flurry of borks. The parent replies, "stop it son, you are doing me a frighten."
>The origin of "bork" itself is less clear, but it's clearly onomatopoeic. It's perhaps most well-known thanks to Gabe the Dog, a tiny floof of a Miniature American Eskimo/Pomeranian whose borks have been remixed into countless classic tunes. Jurassic Bork, The Bork Files, Doggos of the Borkribbean, Imperial Borks — the list goes on and on.

Anonymous 1012

And if you don't have a weak stomach, I recommend the story of Blowfly Girl:

Warning: NSFL. Very gross

Anonymous 1014


Your voice is soft and gentle. It's so lovely and sweet. It reminds me of a 60s voice. If you are taking requests, I'd love to hear the End of the World by Skeeter Davis.

Anonymous 1015

Vocaroo destroyed the audio quality but this was fun. I tried to imitate how the news reporters in the UK read their cues. Couldn't hold it together at the end with those film parody names though.


Anonymous 1016

This is embarrassing because I'm cripplingly shy about my singing voice and I never sing in front of anybody/suffer from massive stage-fright, but I really enjoy singing all the same.


Sometimes if I decide to record myself singing I like to record a piece two or three times sing in different chords to pad it out, which is why this might sound a bit echoey.

Anonymous 1017

I requested this, thank you! It made me smile, especially your cute laugh at the end. Your voice is very nice <3

Anonymous 1018

Anybody care to record a section from The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman? You can choose any bit you like, I just want to hear it read in somebody's else's voice.


Anonymous 1019

Seconding Skeeter Davis! Would also love to hear you cover some Fiona Apple, like Largo or Jonathan.

Anonymous 1057

Your voice is really cute anon! You shouldn't be shy about it.

Anonymous 1088


Wow, that was actually really damn good! I really like your singing!

Anonymous 1095

I love your voice, you sound so GOOD :O Believe in yourself, gorgeous voice <3

Anonymous 1100

Eurghhh thank you very much, you've got me all flushed.

Anonymous 1839


this part stood out to me for some reason so i gave it a go. sorry if it sounds quite dull. i am frequently told that i have a robotic voice

Anonymous 1846

Your voice is so beautiful, and your accent is sweet~

Anonymous 1875

I don't like english accents, but yours is quite pleasant (correct me if I'm wrong about the accent). It isn't harsh-sounding.

Anonymous 17386

Anonymous 19481

underwater weighin…

Who wants to do stupid copypastas with me

Anonymous 19830

can you do the "you will never be a real woman" pasta?

Anonymous 19852

post the entire screenshot girl
it's hilarious

Anonymous 22424

I'm repeatedly told that I have a weird accent. I don't understand it. What do I sound like?


>Native language
>Education level
>Social class
>Speech disorder
>Nice voice
>Anything else


I read this: https://www.voiceactorwebsites.com/dracula-bram-stoker/

I'll provide all the answers once there are a few responses.

Anonymous 22427

>sounds a bit scottish, maybe germanic with a polished english accent or central european. feel like i've heard some czech people speak a bit like you in the past.
>don't care/couldn't guess
>don't care/couldn't guess

Anonymous 22487

OK, here are the answers:

>Native language
>Education level
>Social class
Raised upper working class, middle class now.
>Speech disorder
I did see a speech therapist when I started school but I think that was because I seldom spoke, not because I sounded strange.
>Nice voice
I hope so.
>Anything else
I think my accent varies when I am around different groups.

Interesting that you were able to pick up on Scottish straight away, no one ever does. The closest I have had IRL is Irish.


I've had Eastern European before but never Latin America. I should have been a spy!

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