Yes, but if not for my wife noticing and commenting on it, I don't usually notice.
As to the quality, she seldom knows WHAT I was singing.
absolutely! the acoustics in the bathroom are amazing!! Plus, with the added props like my hair brush, mirror, water special effects and the counter top to play around on good times singing in the bathroom!
Yeah I am a bathroom singer.. i love to sing in bathroom while taking shower and you can say that's one of my hobby
Yes i am
But where are the speakers ?
i want my voice to crack your ears
thank you, all of you folks for answering... well i also feel like signing in the bathroom
Yes, but I am not only a bathroom singer I am also a comfort room singer!!!!!
yes i am a bathroom singer. when i am in bathroom
i feel i am a good singer & i should try for the audition but when i come out i got to know that i am not a singer
I would have to agree with luckytime4. The acoustics in a tiled bathroom can sound very good. The bathroom can carry some natural reverb and round out the voice very nicely. As a singer, it is also nice to have a mirror in front of you to judge your balance and posture.
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