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IIN it's easier for me to hit high notes in Japanese than English?
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Something about the way the words are formed makes it easier for me to hit and hold high notes.
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I noticed that when I speak French the tone in my voice is different from when I'm speaking English, so yes it is normal.
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probably the use of more vowel sounds that are usually associated with higher notes
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rep4
Humblebrag
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@: rep4
I guess you could see it that way. I was just thinking about how the way the words are formed makes it easier to open the throat.
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rep4
So, you can only hit the tone when it's surrounded by another? Couldn't you practice isolating it?
How did you learn Japanese? Just curious
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@: rep4
I guess I could take vocal lessons to be able to hit notes no matter the circumstance, I've just never gotten to it along with continuing doll making... And have a friend from Japan tutoring me.
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No. They're completely different and require different kinds of annunciation.
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felixy
Could be the voices you're imitating just happen to be higher-pitched. With weeaboos it's hard to tell.
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No the same happens with German even though I'm not as good at it. And if learning Japanese makes me a weeaboo despite loving my own culture, then I guess you won't ever be learning it :D.
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felixy
I thought you were just singing anime intros, but learning the language is definitely something different.

Good luck! Japanese was officially announced as the most difficult language for native English-speakers to learn.
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@: felixy
Thank you. Sorry for my snippy-ness.
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