If you are a YouTuber, a gamer, or a generic text-to-speech user, you may deal with various characters in your content creation process. If your character is an emotional person, who often expresses irritability and annoyance, angry text-to-speech can be a great way to communicate their emotions to your audience.
Anger is powerful – an expressive emotion that stands out and brings life to your character. Hotheads such as Dignam from The Departed and Sonny Corleone from The Godfather brought a unique dimension to their stories – a purpose and a climax. Such characters keep the readers engaged and hooked to the story.
Your hothead character can be an angry employee who has been wronged by society. It can be a superhero who is seeking vengeance for a family member or lover that was harmed. Or, it could be a bitter and angry old man who can’t help but be spiteful to others.
What is angry text to speech?
Text-to-speech offers many flexible ways to create online content such as YouTube videos, audiobooks, and more. Text-to-speech generators such as Typecast allow you to convert any written text into speech and offers emotions such as warm, fussy, calm, and angry text to speech.
Angry text-to-speech refers to audio content that displays the emotion of anger. Rudeness, violence, loud sounds, passive-aggression, and rage can indicate a character’s anger. If you are working on a children story (podcast or an audiobook) and you have a character that depicts anger, you can utilize those characters to depict such emotions.
Many online voice overs and text-to-speech generators offer a library of characters that can be used for various purposes, e.g. rapping, lectures, recitation, reviewes, anime characters, and more.
Angry text to speech can also be used in voice over videos where creators record videos and use an audio clip as a voice over for the video itself. This gives creators the flexibility to utilize text-to-speech in online videos as well.
Angry text-to-speech in communication
By leveraging angry text-to-speech in your content, you can effectively communicate your ideas to your audience. Idea communication is not just limited to creating a script and converting it into an audio clip, rather, your character’s emotions need to be displayed effectively for the audience to relate to them.
For example, if you have two characters in your story, an angry man and a sweet man, you will have to narrate their perspectives accordingly with a clear distinction in emotions. That’s how your audience will associate the emotion to the character’s personality or style and follow along the story accordingly.
While some characters may not be angry by nature, but for others, various triggers can bring out the emotions of anger. This can include anxiety, depression, alcohol addiction, vengence, grief, and more.
How to create text-to-speech angry voice
Content creators generate all kinds of content ranging from anime, children stories, marketing content, and more.
Typecast offers a variety of AI voice actors including text-to-speech angry voices that you can utilize for your angry characters.
A mischievous little green goblin who likes passing mean comments at others, is a mythical character. He appears in children audiobooks and casts alongside Furnando – a polite little furry character.
Keybo insults Furnando often and gets angry at everyone. He can be a villain of a story or a ‘bad guy.’
A rapper robot with a fiery personality, Wildflame embraces his ‘anger’ and unleashes it into a creative outlet of rapping. Through his metallic songs, he experiences an adrenaline rush that is contagious for his fans as well.
If you are interested in creating angry rap content, Wildflame can be an ideal choice.
He is a coffee guy that works at a big multi–national firm. People at his company don’t treat him well. He always carries frustration and anger inside him. He wants to leave the company but has got bills to pay.
Eman is sick and tired of telling people to do their job. His job isn’t to clean up after other people’s mess! Why don’t people understand that?
Sabrina The Witch
All her life, Sabrina was a kind and nice witch, who showed magic tricks to kids and gave them candy. However, humans took advantage of her superpowers and captured her for financial gains. One day Sabrina killed all her captors and ran away.
Now she lives in a dark cottage in the middle of the forest and her heart is as cold as ice. She doesn’t like children. Whoever comes near her cottage faces the ultimate doom. Sabrina is an angry witch, and no one should mess with her.
You can use Typecast to create character such as Eman, Keybo, Wildflame, and Sabrina The Witch. Cast them in your stories or music videos and bring their emotions to life!
To create an angry text-to-speech voice in Typecast
- Go to the Typecast website. Log into your account. If you don’t have one, click Sign Up.
- On the main screen, click See all characters located on the right side.
- From the menu on the left, under the Mood category, check the Cold mood.
- Choose the character you are interested in, for example Sabrina The Witch.
- Click Create.
- In the Typecast dashboard screen, add your script to the paragraphs.
- Click the play button at the bottom to listen to the output.
- From the menu on the right, you can also adjust Emotions & Tone, Speech Pace, Intonation, Tempo, and Pitch.
- Click Save Project at the top and Download your file once done.
Explore around with various sound and speech effects to create an angry text to speech audio clip of your choice.
Note: When uploading content to a personal online channel (e.g. YouTube, Instagram) with a free plan, you must provide attribution to Typecast.