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    Piano improve/composition Member kentaku_sama's Avatar
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    Lightbulb MY JAPANESE PRONOUNCIATION

    I was bored so I recorded this: http://soundcloud.com/kentaku_sama/h...guitar/s-iC0B1

    I wanted to see what other people thought of my Japanese pronounciation. There are probably grammar mistakes and Naturalness mistakes but I think it's pretty ok.
    Yes, I'm very expieriemental when it comes to music. stringsnkeys.wordpress.com

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    Graphic Designer for Life Member xpeed's Avatar
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    I would say that if people don't know you, you could probably pass up as a Japanese native. Though, your accent might give it a way in certain points, but nevertheless, it's really good.

    ハハ"子ロ- タン!

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    Piano improve/composition Member kentaku_sama's Avatar
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    Wow, really? That's awesome! I know, I do have a slight accent of pitch but I think my vowel pronunciation is pretty good.
    Yes, I'm very expieriemental when it comes to music. stringsnkeys.wordpress.com

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    Ichigos Sand Bag Member HopelessComposer's Avatar
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    For some reason, your voice sounds really hollow, like you're straining yourself to produce that generic sounding effeminate Japanese voice. = \
    I can't say I'd say it doesn't sound Japanese, but it's unappealing. Try using your natural voice instead?

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    Piano improve/composition Member kentaku_sama's Avatar
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    Man, it's hard, I'm trying to speak without an accent and I really don't think my natural voice is very appealing. I'll try another one ^^
    Yes, I'm very expieriemental when it comes to music. stringsnkeys.wordpress.com

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    Not Angelic Admin Neko Koneko's Avatar
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    Sounds pretty good, not... Japanese good but a lot better than... pretty much every non-native speaker who hasn't studied Japanese for several years

    What I'm saying is, you're as good as you're gonna get without actually studying Japanese in college/uni or living in the country itself. Just talking about the pronunciation here, I haven't spoken Japanese in such a long time that I can't actually be bothered anymore trying to understand it ( )

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