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By Anonymous / Tuesday 27 September 2016 21:29 / United States
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Coworker: "So, did you hear we're getting a new coffee machine?" OP: "Oh boy oh boy, that sure is swell! Huhyuh!"

Once Disney finds out, they'll sic their lawyers on you. On the up side, if any of their films are to be trusted, you'll get a spiffy new pair of legs for relinquishing your voice. Those things'll be prince magnets!

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Coworker: "So, did you hear we're getting a new coffee machine?" OP: "Oh boy oh boy, that sure is swell! Huhyuh!"

Once Disney finds out, they'll sic their lawyers on you. On the up side, if any of their films are to be trusted, you'll get a spiffy new pair of legs for relinquishing your voice. Those things'll be prince magnets!

luckily there are vocal coaches that can help you train your voice, if that doesn't work you still have the technological resort of modulating devices or microphones :) or, try auditioning for animation sync..

Well, if nothing else, at least you can take comfort in the fact that of all the characters you could sound like, you ended up with one of the more beloved ones.

It's doubtful your in-person voice is that bad. Some vocal qualities translate terribly over digital audio. Chin up, and take your time while speaking in webinars to help with enunciation.

Sound guy here; It may have to do with your microphone quality and placement. Lower end microphones won't pick up base very well and if you place it too far away from your voice box, the warmth of your true voice may get lost. It's best to do an audio recording before going live to check your sound levels.

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