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17 Mar 2013, 3:54 am

Just curious if anyone is aware of such a thing. I probably should watch more TV news, but I don't.

I think I could do Bill O'Reilly, but I only vaguely remember what he sounds like, and I don't like the content of what he says. How about Matt Bomer?

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Matt Bomer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dy2oyGpoVLE

Bill O'Reilly: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zS7RTiipww

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The high voice is kind of new, but I use it all the time. My more natural voice is much lower but also much more aspie (actually, quite similar to "Tyrion's" voice in Game of Thrones, and the content of my speech is often quite similar too :lol: ). I'm too self-conscious to be able to talk in it for very long though, which is why I didn't post it.



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17 Mar 2013, 4:19 am

Not even close to O'Reilly, but you could maybe pull off Bomer.

And regardless of being a bit higher than your regular tone, your voice definitely has the Aspie prosody & inflection - all throughout your speech, both word to word & within words.


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17 Mar 2013, 8:33 am

goldfish21 wrote:
Not even close to O'Reilly, but you could maybe pull off Bomer.

And regardless of being a bit higher than your regular tone, your voice definitely has the Aspie prosody & inflection - all throughout your speech, both word to word & within words.


Or NVLD/ABI. It can be hard to tell the difference.



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17 Mar 2013, 10:04 am

Have no idea who either of those people are, nor why you want to imitate someone else's voice, but you do have a similarish voice to Matt Bomer, nothing at all like the other one.


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17 Mar 2013, 10:05 am

Tyri0n wrote:
Just curious if anyone is aware of such a thing. I probably should watch more TV news, but I don't.

I think I could do Bill O'Reilly, but I only vaguely remember what he sounds like, and I don't like the content of what he says. How about Matt Bomer?

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Matt Bomer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dy2oyGpoVLE

Bill O'Reilly: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zS7RTiipww

Other: (?)

The high voice is kind of new, but I use it all the time. My more natural voice is much lower but also much more aspie (actually, quite similar to "Tyrion's" voice in Game of Thrones, and the content of my speech is often quite similar too :lol: ). I'm too self-conscious to be able to talk in it for very long though, which is why I didn't post it.


i think you should stay with your actual voice. you may not like it but it sounds much more soft and steady than your recent posts seem to portray you as,

here is my voice (i have posted it before and i can not find the microphone to update it), and your voice is much more easy to listen to than mine.
http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=10434956

my true voice sounds very impatient, but people accept it.
http://www.soundclick.com/player/single ... 34983&q=hi

i have tried to practice australian accents but i have no ability to do so and it sounds stupid.
http://www.soundclick.com/player/single ... 85480&q=hi



here is my attempt at a british hags accent
http://www.soundclick.com/player/single ... 85478&q=hi

here is a texan accent but is is also not natural. i remain speaking as i was born to speak, and so should you do because you sound most natural with your own voice.
http://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=7485476



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17 Mar 2013, 10:11 am

My voice sounds silly and off-putting when I hear it recorded but I can live with it as I don't interact with many people and prefer using the written word to speech



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17 Mar 2013, 10:14 am

b9 wrote:
here is my attempt at a british hags accent
http://www.soundclick.com/player/single ... 85478&q=hi


cracked me up. :lmao:


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17 Mar 2013, 10:17 am

Matt Bomer's voice is very close to yours. And, although it does sound a little flat, your voice is much less monotonic than mine. Here is my voice:

- In English (warning: very strong accent and long pauses. I am not used to speaking English): https://soundcloud.com/lucas_sleite/voice-test

- In Brazilian Portuguese (my native language; sounds a little more human, but not by much): https://soundcloud.com/lucas_sleite/voz

I can talk quickly too, but only when I am excited and my hyperactive behavior is acting up.


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17 Mar 2013, 10:21 am

whirlingmind wrote:
Have no idea who either of those people are, nor why you want to imitate someone else's voice, but you do have a similarish voice to Matt Bomer, nothing at all like the other one.


Well, I don't like having an autistic voice. Everyone loves Matt Bomer, so that sounds like a good choice. Bill O'Reilly is just much older, I guess.

It's much more pleasant to listen to the content of what Matt Bomer says than what Bill O'Reilly says anyway. :lol:



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17 Mar 2013, 10:27 am

Ever think that it's in your head? Both Tyri0n and Magnus, I didn't hear much particularly odd in your voices. Magnus, your English voice sounds just like several Brazilians I know, and Tyri0n, as from sounding a bit... ah, I guess valley is the term that comes to mind... there was nothing wrong with it. It certainly wasn't different enough to slap "AUTISTIC" on you as a label based on that.



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17 Mar 2013, 11:32 am

Warning: Don't log into this app (the one I used) through FB without going through and deleting everything off your timeline. I specifically went to FB and said "hide from timeline" but it still plastered it on there every time anyone played the sound. So basically, me in a dorky voice saying I sound aspie. If I wasn't planning to tell each of my 418 FB friends I'm autistic, I may have just done it.