If it is to get the blood moving, an aggressive voice can set the tone. With an unrelenting expression, you can add some force behind your script, hammering home your message and intent. Loud and over-enthusiastic, an aggressive tone may sound harsh, but it is the voice of someone who wants to be heard.
Do you need the perfect voice for an assertive, confrontational character? Perhaps ‘feisty,’ ‘bold,’ and ‘dynamic’ is the nature of your project? A forceful tone doesn’t apply to most projects, but it is effective for an emotional character. Adopt a tone that shows assertiveness and clear intent with an aggressive voice over.
An aggressive voice works with a wide range of voice-over projects, especially in film and audiobooks. It’s ideal for listeners and viewers looking for great stories with dynamic characters. It also applies to other projects, including explainer videos, and podcasts. Use an assertive tone to bring out a plethora of feelings and emotions from your audience.
Violent and loud may be the first impression of an aggressive voice, but a skilled voice over talent can convey more than that. An aggressive voice comes in levels, from smooth and subtle to explosive and fiery. But no matter the level of aggression, it’s a harsh tone that often creates unnecessary conflict. Condescending and sometimes sarcastic, a belligerent tone has a pitch a little high fueled by volatile emotions. It sounds blunt and intense, more often than intended, with a passionate quality of determination and anger. With forceful energy in them, an aggressive voice over talent makes any project sound effective, convincing, and believably compelling.