Anyway, as I enjoyed her haunting and beautiful voice, I was wondering whether it was
autotuned. It's probably not, but I notice that in a lot of anime with the Japanese
voice acting seemed to be higher pitched than what I notice in dubbed anime.
It seems to appear in the music from Japanese singers, too. Voices that are sugary
sweet, or delicate as glass, or all of the annoyingly high pitches of children
condensed into a voice actress' words.
Is this just a Japanese thing? Are all young Asian women able to have such high
voices? Is this some secret ninja art that has been carefully concealed?
Could young women from various other nationalities also achieve such sweet tones with
the same ease if they wanted to?
Or is it that young women in Japan actively try to achieve and train towards getting
a high pitch in their speaking and singing when in various industries because that is
what is most commonly sought after in the business they are trying to enter?
I'd certainly like to know!
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