My voice is a little too deep for my liking, I think I'm a bit male-sounding to be honest. Otherwise it's okay, but I really dislike my accent, some of the words I pronounce sound funny to other people.
Location: Above Singapore, below Thailand. Hm, you don't know where that is?
I don't mind my voice. I actually think I sound decent in recordings; I've heard my voice in a video I recently made for an assignment. As for my singing voice, I like it. :3 I also find my recorded singing voice quite alright. I love singing~ If I didn't like my voice, I wouldn't like singing, no? xD
My voice is... fine, I guess. Apart from my family, no one can actually determine what specific accent I have (as opposed to general British) which can be a fun game to play on new acquaintances. But I have no real strong feelings about it one way or the other; it's just my voice, and since I'm not going to change it any time soon, I might as well accept it.
My singing voice is OK. It's not amazing, but I can hold a tune and I've got good pitch. I'm no Beyonce, but it'll do.
When I'm speaking in person with someone, I'm completely fine with the way I sound, but when I'm speaking to someone online through a mic, it seems like my voice becomes super high-pitched. That's where my insecurities come in, I guess. I think everyone has that problem, though, where there voice seems to change when they speak through any electronic device.
My singing voice is quite unique (), let's say, haha. I can't sing to save my life. If I'm in public, I'll usually just hum to the beat of any song that's stuck in my head. I wouldn't ever dare to sing in public, however, unless, of course, I'm either joking around with someone or imitating an artist or something.