More about Scared Voices
There are plentiful applications for a scared voice. In video games or animation, this may be character-driven, where someone reacts to a horrifying situation. The audience will feel fear for the character at the edge of their seat. They were entangling their feelings and sucked into the story.
With timid or frightened voices, you can deliver important messages too. Children’s charities, domestic abuse charities frequently utilise a scared character voice to help viewers empathise with their plight and make donations.
This form of scared tone is different. It drives audiences to feel protective of those in fear, an act of empathy.
What is a scared tone?
They are likely to stammer, stumble over their words, or leave sentences unfinished, at times paralyzed by fear. Voice actors performing in a scared tone may speak faster and with a higher pitch, their terror turning their speech into urgent rasps.
Deploy the Scared Tone in many settings. There are countless settings in which fear is applicable. Hearing the fear in a voice can spur us to feel that fear ourselves, investing us in action.
Scared voice-overs also work in content with a lighter tone, such as Halloween themed social posts or amusement park rides.
Try to keep your cool as you browse the hundreds of available scared tone demos on Voquent!