Orson Welles voice impersonation

Find the perfect Orson Welles voice impersonation.

Do you want a voice that has been described as "the most singularly beautiful speaking voice in American film?" Then, there is no other choice but the Orson Welles voice. Still one of the most recognizable vocals around.

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Stories are still being told about one night in 1930's when Orson Welles vocally dramatized over the radio H.G. Wells' scary sci-fi story "The War of The Worlds". Welles' vocal performance was so powerful that so many listeners thought the alien attack on Earth was for real! But then, even when he started film acting, Orson Welles voice was always one of the dominating factor of film classics like "Citize Kane" and "The Third Man," that they still leave a strong impact on the audiences.

When can you use a Orson Welles voice voice-over?

Orson Welles voice is suited for practically any audience, as, along with its natural abilities, it represnets vocals that had years of experience and training in practically any form of vocal dramatization. Whether, you need to present a scary or humurous content, or just present a 'regular' style message, Orson Welles-style vocals will have a postive reaction by practically any audience.

What makes the perfect Orson Welles voice?

Critic Tom Shales called Orson Welles' voice “mighty Wurlitzer of a voice.” Shales surely meant the fact that Orson Welles vocals can be used a a singular example of the definition ' loud and clear.' Som vocal analysts say that another specific of Orsone EWelles vocals was the fact that one of his vocal signatures was a faint tone of mockery, that gave his vocal tone a very specific zing.

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Critic Tom Shales called Orson Welles' voice “mighty Wurlitzer of a voice.” Shales surely meant the fact that Orson Welles vocals can be used a a singular example of the definition ' loud and clear.' Som vocal analysts say that another specific of Orsone EWelles vocals was the fact that one of his vocal signatures was a faint tone of mockery, that gave his vocal tone a very specific zing.