What is an angry tone?
Angry performances keep your audience on their toes, no matter what they do.
Anger is not typically a sustained behaviour. It is a fleeting emotion, so your chosen performer must be adept.
For example, an angry person might also need to sound sarcastic, antagonistic or like that grumpy old bat - mad at you for trespassing on their property. Rarely is anger purely expressed solely in the form of shouting.
The angry tone covers a multitude of vocal traits, from abrupt to downright dangerous. Finding the perfect voice to elicit the desired angry characteristic and keep the listeners' attention is easy with Voquent's demo search.