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Godzilla's onomatopoeia

Godzilla's onomatopoeia

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Xenotaris #TeamMothra

Jul-06-2019 9:07 AM

I know its supposed to be SKREEEONGK but the problem i have with this... It doesn't sound like when I make this sound vocally. I kind of figured it was more like this "Eeehaaa hrrraawnll" Oh coarse some godzillas have slightly different roars depending on Era. The original Godzilla had a different roar than most of the Showa godzillas, Heisei had a slightly different roar, the millennium godzillas ( i can't judge completely right now but they have the classic showa/heisei roar), Godzilla1998/Zilla had a variant of the showa roar, Monsterverse Godzilla has a beefed up roar, and Shin Godzilla and Anime Godzilla seem to go back to the classic Godzilla roar.

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Titan of Water #TeamGodzilla

Jul-06-2019 9:11 AM

I don’t know about the legendary roar but the Toho One is officially pronounced “Gyaoooon”.

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Xenotaris #TeamMothra

Jul-06-2019 9:16 AM

That still doesn't sound like a godzilla roar when I vocalize it. I've gotten good at mimic animal roars

Gomi: Ninja Monster #TeamMothra

Jul-06-2019 11:29 AM

Skreeeongk always sounded like one of Rodan's short cackles to me, I never understood how they got that from Godzilla's roar. The key I think is to use the Gyaooon more like a guideline and improvise the actual sounds. There's a lot of subtle noises in those long vowel parts that can't really be conveyed without a lot of confusing accent punctuation, so it's more to get you started in the right direction than a perfect copy. Like how cows go "Moo" but that doesn't do justice the actual sound, just gets you in the ballpark.

Xenotaris #TeamMothra

Jul-06-2019 7:48 PM

Now Gyaooon sounds like the original Godzilla's roar

Gomi: Ninja Monster #TeamMothra

Jul-06-2019 9:15 PM

Exactly, which is what that onomatopoeia was created for as far as I know. With the later Showa era I think if you really rush through the "Gy-" bit it still works just fine. Legendary's roar? Beats me, seems like the sort of noise you'd have to somehow start with a really dry throat and then end with a guttural gurgle-y thing, which I don't think is possible. :P

Xenotaris #TeamMothra

Jul-07-2019 9:53 AM

Perhaps for Monsterverse/Legendary Godzilla its Gryaaaaaaaaa-inuuuuuum (like a deep echoing whale)

EmptyH #TeamMothra

Jul-07-2019 6:34 PM

I love that this is a topic. Thank you to all involved.

Host of the podcast Giant Monster Messages where we watch EVERY giant monster film and look for the messages.

Xenotaris #TeamMothra

Jul-07-2019 8:29 PM

Your welcome, it just came to me when looking at youtube commits, trope pages, and other sources featuring the SKREEEONGK!

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