|“||The Oaktopus' raspy voice is not unlike the bark-like skin that covers most of its body. It has a rough, whispery quality, like wind passing through branches of an ancient tree.||”|
The bottom half of the Oaktopus sings a moderate length bassy "shoo" sound with range between Bb2 and B4 (for some reason, attempting to add a sharp to the B4 note becomes a low "wuh" note). The top half of the Oaktopus sings a moderate length bassy "wuh" sound with range between C2 and C4 (for some reason, attempting to add a flat to the C2 note becomes a high "shoo" note). Suitable as a short-range bass line with two different singing notes. Can be extended to either form a longer "shoo" sound or a longer "wuh" sound.