In fact, his vocal chords produce a sound that holds the world record for the lowest in the world.
But he can sing higher than most people, too. And that gives him the record for the widest range in the world, too.
Tim says his voice is just the tool he uses at work.
Branson, Missouri is home to the man with the world's lowest voice.
Tim Storms is a Branson performer who can sing as low as .189 Hz. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, that makes his voice deeper than any other human's.
Storm's voice rumbles like thunder. Thunder so low ear can't even hear it.
"Seeing how low I can sing is just something that came about from being a singer," Storms said. "I want to sing until the day I die.
Storms said his low tambour developed at an early age. And it just kept sinking lower and lower
"I never went through that adolescent phase," he said, noting that he started singing bass as young as eight.
His low voice has brought him a high degree of notoriety. In addition to holding two world records, Storms has also performed with choirs around the world, and wows audiences at the Pierce Arrow Theater in Branson.
And while singing lower than any other human could even imagine is a perk of the job, he said his deep voice is nothing without an even deeper faith.
That was something that was fun to do. I wanted to see if it would register as frequency," he said. "My goal is to minister through Christian music. God's given me a gift and I use it the best I can."
Storms can hum as low as point 189 hertz. That's more than five octaves lower lower than the average male and even lower than the bottom note on a piano.