Daily Mail - The man who holds the record for the world’s lowest voice can hit notes so low that only animals as massive as elephants are able to hear them. U.S. singer Tim Storms can reach notes as low as G-7 (0.189Hz). That’s a remarkable 8 octaves below the lowest G on a piano. So low, in fact, that even Storms himself cannot hear it. ‘I can feel them though,’ he told CNN. ‘I kind of hear them in my head as far as the sound my vocal chords are making but, as far as the frequencies, it’s something more or less that I feel.’ As well as holding the record for the lowest note produced by a human, Storms also has the widest vocal range, with the incredible ability to hit notes across ten octaves. And he is threatening to break his own record there: his latest record for the lowest note, set in March, puts his range, unofficially, at 12 octaves, although that is yet to to certified by Guinness World Records. Storms has held the record for the lowest voice for over ten years now, and he may well be on his way to breaking his record yet again. ‘I just keep getting lower the older I get,’ he told CNN.
Deepest not every huh? Yea sure thing bro! Let me just ask the elephants! You can’t just sit there wiggling your eyebrows and moving your hands with your lips pursed and pretend you’re making some super low frequency noises. Claim that you “Hear them in your head” and “feel them.” Yea, I bet! You lying piece of shit.
And that, my friends, is how you mail in the last post of the day on a hungover Monday. Aspiring bloggers take notes.