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      Shout and Listen

      What does your voice sound like in an LD?

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      It sounds like my voice..

      Why do you ask? Are you hearing something else? Maybe like a different voice?

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      I don't really listen to my voice in LDs but I don't recall it sounding strange or different from my normal voice.

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      I like my dream voice more than my real life voice because I don't mumble as much in my dreams. lol.

      Do a reality check.

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      When I paid really close attention to sound I figured out that nobody ever spoke in my dream. Its awesome actually. All communication is done on a conceptual level so nobody ever mis-understands each other.

      It also tends to help control. If a DC asks how something works and you reply with a concept, the thing will work according to that concept.

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      Mine sounds the same.

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      Same. Sometimes I think I am really talking, in my sleep, so I try to talk more quietly.

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      It sounds just the same as it always does. I don't think it has ever changed on me.

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      I think mine sounds the same as well.

      I propose an experiment, to see how many different voices you can do accurately in a LD. Like a voice actor.

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      Quote Originally Posted by drs17 View Post
      What does your voice sound like in an LD?
      iff it is a sound, than it's as loud as from festival-speakers used in a cave. boomed, vibrating... but mostly the sence of hearing is off

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      My voice sounds the same usually, never really thought about my voice.. Sometimes though my DC's tend to mumble
      -The more you want something, the less obtainable it becomes.-
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      My voice is basically the same. I've got the same problem as Moonbeam though, I think I'm actually talking in my sleep.
      "It was a dream! Can you control what you dream about, Hermione?" -HP7
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      My voice is the same too. Though I tend to change it subconsciously. If I'm screaming, in the back of my head I would think, "This would sound so awesome if my voice was all dark and booming.". And it changes. Other than that, it's the same.
      Jen was 13 years old. A fairly normal girl. She spent a lot of time online.
      One day, she made a new friend. He liked the same bands, worried about the same subjects.
      They decided to meet at the local mall. She went. So did he.
      Only he wasn't in junior high.
      HE WAS A 1500 LB GRIZZLY BEAR.
      1 in 5 children online get eaten by wild bears. And you didn't even know bears could type.

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      I don't talk much; once I did try yelling, and I couldn't! It felt like my throat was clogged or something. But my voice sounded the same.

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      Quote Originally Posted by PNG_pyro View Post
      I don't talk much; once I did try yelling, and I couldn't! It felt like my throat was clogged or something. But my voice sounded the same.

      yeah this used to happend when i was younger. one of my earliest dreams i can remember was being a little kid locked in a barely lit room filled with stuff bears. the teddy bears came alive and walked like zombies with red glowing eyes and i tried to scream but couldn't.
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