Loud, unruly, friendly, and youthful – student voices embody these traits. These young people who attend classes to learn new things are at the most exciting time of their lives. It's not surprising that they are happy kids who only have a few things to care about in the world. Some of them are also serious and diligent, something that reflects in the tone of their voice.
Oh, to be a student again. Being at school, learning from teachers, and meeting with friends – all of these are things most people would want to experience again. Even just listening to student voices is enough to make you feel nostalgic. If you are casting for a student character in your project, you can do well by hiring a professional voice actor.
For what kind of project do you need student voices? Is it a voice-over for an e-learning course? Or perhaps a back-to-school radio program? This vocal style is also useful in campus novel audiobooks where you need student characters. Other projects where you might require student voices include college advertisements, product overviews, college promo, commercials, and others. All these have scripts in need of friendly, upbeat, and approachable characters just like a student.
Student voices can be in various tones. For eager students, the tone is often high and loud and full of excitement. Their curiosity and taste for knowledge are evident in how high and sharp their voice can get. Some students are serious and brooding. Their aloof demeanor is obvious in how quiet, low, and deep their voice often is. Of course, not all students are like this. There are all kinds of student voices, and a skilled voice actor can perform them with ease.