Soprano voice voice-overs

Find the perfect Soprano voice for your voice over project.

The soprano is a type of classical high female voice characterized by the highest vocal range of all voice types. One quality of all sopranos is their ability to sing higher notes with ease.  A Soprano voice voice over is a smart production tactic if you want more people to listen to your audio or video.

Info for Soprano voice voice overs

The term soprano comes from Italian word sopra meaning above, over or on top of. It also has a connection to Latin word superius, which referred to the highest pitch vocal range of all human voice types. Soprano now refers to the highest female voice type or a female singer with such a voice. <br/>In the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries, sopranos also referred to boy trebles and male castrati singers. This is a voice labeled as the most refined. <br/> This is the quality you bring to your Soprano voice voice over project to <br/>capture the attention of your target audience.

When are Soprano voices right?

From music, commercials, musicals, operas to other performance arts, soprano voice is in high demand. You can instantly transform your voice-over project by picking a soprano for the lead voice.

What makes the perfect Soprano voice over?

A typical soprano vocalizes B3 to C6 though some can go higher to reach F6, G6 and even beyond. In choral music, the average vocal range spans an octave and a half, from middle C to high A above the treble staff. Trained soprano soloists have more extensive vocal ranges.

What are other Soprano voice subtypes?

A soprano voice type is divided into: <br/>·Coloratura<br/>·Soubrette<br/>·Lyric<br/>·Spinto<br/>·Dramatic soprano

Which are the most famous Soprano voices?

Some great sopranos include Hayley Westenra, Amy Lee, Mariah Carey, Kristin Chenoweth, Maria Callas, Diana Damrau, Birgit Nilsson, Renée Fleming, Ariana Grande, Celine Dion, Julie Andrews and others.