Tim Storms, Man With World's Lowest Voice, Hits Notes So Low Only Elephants Can Hear Them (VIDEO)

Tim Storms can get low.

The man with the Guinness' World Record for the lowest voice told that discovering the depths of his vocal range came naturally.

"Seeing how low I can sing is just something that came about from being a singer," Storms said during a recent interview in his homebase of Branson, Mo. "I want to sing until the day I die."

Storms' voice can reach notes so low that only animals as big as elephants can hear them, according to Medical Daily.

"I can feel them though," Storms said. "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."

Storms told The Telegraph that he first discovered his voice's unique capabilities when an ear, nose and throat doctor asked to take a look at his vocal cords.

"He stuck a video scope up my nose and down my throat," Storms said. "He said my vocal cords were almost twice as long as what he's used to seeing."

Listen to Stroms' incredible vocal abilities in the videos below.