I can't really dislike it if I've been living with it for 16 years now, can I? xDD I mean, I know I'm not the greatest singer but I don't mind how I sound. One of my friends told me I sound like a boy from time to time and that's cool with me. idk, if my voice were any higher it'd be odd. Lower? Not so sure on that.
Plus, I enjoy manipulating my voice. xDD It's kinda part of how I'm funny so yeah.
I have a decent, fairly unremarkable voice, and I speak with (false) accents or other vocal modifications half the time anyway, so I'm fine with my speaking voice. But I can't sing nearly as well as I'd like to- normally, not a problem for a male of the species, but I happen to be an actor, so it becomes an issue when I'm in a musical and I can't hold my own for a solo number. I probably need to get formal voice coaching.
I like my current voice, yes. But I would totally love it if I could switch between any voice I wanted, even man voices, because I would just confuse everyone by making it seem like someone in the room said something weird and then that person would be all "whaaat!?! I didn't say that!!" and I would just laugh and- err.. you know you don't really have to read this. I'm just babelling now... and yet, even after I told you to stop reading, you keep on reading. My oh my, you're STILL reading.. Oh well while you're here, I have a question for you. What kind of voice do you IMAGINE me to have? Like a kind of high pitched voice or a low pitched one. If you want you could try to relate it to a character on tv or something. Just go crazy!
i don't like my speaking voice and as a singer, I'm never satisfied with my singing voice despite my progress since i started learning at 10. however i sing for pleasure alone so i dont mine too much if my voice isn't fabulous
My voice sounds flat and boring even though the superior acoustics in my head make me think I'm using cheerful inflections and enunciation when I speak. I sound like some jaded, demotivated young adult trash. It's just like when I try to subtly smile, the only part of me that seems to smile from the outside is my eyes. I am aspiring to be a professor who must engage students in learning, so because of this I have a problem and it is vexing.
Not singing. I can do minorly good vocalizations (not actual words, just sounds), other than that, I am tone deaf...Talking, I like my voice (though I think I sound strange when I hear it echoing out of someone else's mic).