This is pretty much a question of air flow. When you talk, air is being passed through the larynx and vocal folds, and its form changes. Because these aren't exactly the same shape and size in different people, the sound produced from person to person is different. For example, vocal folds in males are larger, and the way that air then passes through these then results in a different frequency of sound, and hence a lower voice.
by Elena21 months ago
Why are women with deep voices very assertive and confident?Could it be something in the genes relating to their voice or do they naturally feel confident because they have that deep tone.
by Erica Sanchez7 years ago
You hear a voice cry for help, would you help or call for help? Why or why not?How many cries of help go heard but unhelped? In todays society no one wants to be a witness to any sort of madness.
by rochelj5 years ago
What does the sound of the voice say about a person?
by ParadigmEnacted4 years ago
Why is there hair on the upper part of a person's ring fingers but none of the others?
by kallini20104 years ago
Do you hate your own voice?Of all insecurities that I have (and the list is long), disliking my own voice is a nightmare. Did you have any time in your life that you hated (or hate) your voice and what did you do...
by Hui (蕙)3 years ago
Why do stupid people think themselves smart?Stupid people avoid communicating in person with someone they are interested in, but enjoy making groundless guess. They think themselves smart, and never worry about wasting...
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