The speech that gets stuck in your head for a week after you heard it. The words you keep repeating to yourself because they motivate you. The resonant voice is charismatic and intelligent. Speakers often use it to give life to dull written speeches, and when used with the correct tonal variation, you find yourself drawn in.
It comes in a strong and deep tone that has a lasting effect on its listeners. You have to exhibit a strong control of tone and voice to deliver a message that evoke emotions and encourages the audience to act. Everything said in the resonant voice makes sense, even when you don’t expect it to.
From Martin Luther King Jr’s ‘I have a dream’ to Abe Lincoln’s 'Gettysburg Address,' these speakers have mastered the resonant voice to great effect. It is almost impossible to do public speaking effectively without using it. This voice is also very important for musicians, play actors, and other professionals that have to speak loudly or amplify their voices.
It uses a loud, deep, but controlled tone that has a lasting effect. The resonant voice is amplified, intense, and powerful. It demands silence when used and often inspires the audience to take action.
The resonant voice, especially when used for public speaking, can be coached or trained. It, however, requires a strong, smooth, and clear voice that reeks of power but in a way that is not overbearing.