Mentilliath wrote:It has a good balance of consonants: i.e. it contains more than the set of consonants in Latin and Ancient Greek, by having /ʃ/, /ʧ/, /ʦ/, and /ʒ/. And yet it's vowel-heavy with many CV syllables and many words ending in vowels. Additionally, it contains more than just the standard five vowels by adding in /ə/ and /ɨ/ as regularly occurring sounds. Languages like Italian , Spanish, and Japanese that are mainly limited to the 5-vowels can sound a little boring to me after a while.
Japanese may be in second place for me. While it does have a simple sound system, the syllables that it does allow are the perfect ones, in my opinion. When sung, it's beautiful. I guess I have a bit of a preoccupation with languages being sung :p
Don't worry, my voice doesn't sound angelic either.Koko wrote: I'd post something in Isyan for you guys, but only if I was more confident in my voice
It sounds like Latin, maybe with more s's.Mentilliath wrote:https://soundcloud.com/aurunculeia/halvian
Levike wrote:Don't worry, my voice isn't angelic either.Koko wrote: I'd post something in Isyan for you guys, but only if I was more confident in my voice
Levike wrote:It doesn't remind me of Romanian at all, it's not so harsh, it's more like a pleasant flow.
Mentilliath wrote:I hope you do post something in Isyan, Koko, because that would be cool to hear I’m not confident about my voice at all and to top it off, I have a cold at the moment.
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