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One's own voice (continued)
This idea continues to roam around my mind. My consideration now is as
follows: If the reason for 'not recognizing' ones own voice (or not
liking it) from a recording is that the 'sound' is largely from bone
conduction, then I'm trying to figure out how it would be possible to
imitate another voice.
Someone says the word "shore" to me, and when I imitate it, the
"version" I hear would be largely from bone conduction, and so I would
adjust my speech to adjust for the 'bone conduction filtered' version
of the sound that I hear when I say it. How could I adequately match
an accent or voice, if I don't hear the sound "as I make it".
I'm sorry if this is a vague idea, but I tried to imagine a machine-
model, and the model wouldn't work.