This is the type of voice that doesn’t take everything at face value. A skeptical voice doubts, and then it doubts some more. This voice needs concrete evidence before it can believe anything, and this can either be a good thing or a very annoying trait.
In the history of film, skeptical characters have been portrayed as either authentic, or shifty. A skeptical voice is quick to counter any arguments being made, either because there isn’t enough evidence, or because the speaker is just stubborn.
Political candidates use the skeptical voice to run smear campaigns against their opponents. This demonstrates their lack of faith in the opposition. The skeptical voice can also be used in corporate commercial spots that need character narrations. This voice is relatable to the audience because it addresses their doubts and reservations head-on. You’ll also find this voice in animations and video games.
The skeptical voice holds a lot of doubt and reservations. It can sound argumentative, angry, or controlled. This voice can be used to deliver constructive criticism in a cool and mellow tone. And it’s not just about asking questions; a skeptical voice calls it as it is. This voice is direct and to the point, but in a contrarian rather pessimistic manner.
A skeptical voice is usually essential to the success of a company. This can be the voice of reason, the voice that no-one wants to deal with, but more often than not, the skeptic is right to question. This voice thinks and speaks outside the box.