the distinctive way a writer or speaker expresses his/her ideas. Includes style and presentation and is adjusted for purpose and audience.
a source of a tone that is generated in response to a midi note
A writer's unique use of language that allows a reader to perceive a human personality in his or her writing. The elements of style that determine a writer's voice include sentence structure, diction, and tone. The term can also be applied to the narrator of a selection. See Diction, Tone
Use for person(s) supplying a voice for a character appearing in a production, especially an animated production, but not appearing before the camera. For ventriloquist, use "Performer." For voice-over narrator, use "Narration."
In writing, the style, tone, and method with which an author composes a work.
writing that captures the correct level of distance, formality, or personality for the purpose of the writing and the audience
The individual way in which writers or narrators express tone