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TEMPE, ARIZONA - SEPTEMBER 02: Guitarist Clint Lowery (L) and singer Lajon Witherspoon of Sevendust perform during a stop of the Victorious War Tour at the Marquee Theatre on September 2, 2019 in Tempe, Arizona. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

So you like to sing right? Imagine being able to hit a note that even you cannot hear.  The world’s deepest voice can do just that.

According to Medical Daily, the man with the Guinness World Record for lowest voice, can sing so low that only large animals, like elephants can hear him!

“American singer Tim Storms who also has the world’s widest vocal range can reach notes as low as G-7 (0.189Hz), an incredible eight octaves below the lowest G on the piano,” Medical Daily said.

An encounter with a doctor led to Storms understanding why his voice does the things it does.

“He said that my vocal chords were about twice as long as normal – than he’s used to seeing anyway – and the arytenoid muscles around my vocal chords, they had a lot more movement to them,” Storms told CNN.