Employing a female seiyuu allows the character a high-pitched, youthful, cute sound, and the series can go on for decades without any need to replace the voice (whereas if a young male had been cast, his voice might break and become too low for the character). 3) Bishounen (pretty-boy) characters are often, though not always, voiced by women.
Hight pitched Anime voices are annoying and not cute! Everytime I watch anime there is at least one character that has this high pitched voice which drives me crazy, I know that there are people that love these voices or even in a sexual way but I hate them because they sound unnatural and hurt in my ears.
They are there to emphasize the childlike qualities and innocence (or, in some cases, contrast the innocent sound with evil intent) of the characters. No, most Japanese people in real life do not have high, squeaky voices.
Voice actors and actresses for anime (seiyuu in Japanese) are often hired specifically because their vocal range fits a character the anime director has in mind or an already established manga character (as a lot of animes are adaptations of manga).
The high-pitched tones of some of the characters are there to serve the story. They are there to emphasize the childlike qualities and innocence (or, in some cases, contrast the innocent sound with evil intent) of the characters.
Abstract. Japanese women have been found to have higher pitches than Dutch women. This finding has been explained in the past by assuming that Japanese women raise their pitch in order to project a vocal image associated with feminine attributes of powerlessness.
Anime voice actresses often use high-pitched and squeaky sounding voices to emphasize the childlike qualities and innocence of the characters they portray. While exaggerated and unrealistic, such portrayal is a such a huge hit among Japanese fans that anime voice actresses enjoy a special kind of popularity in Japan.
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It is often used in the following scenarios: In anger: When a character reacts to a situation with rage, much like in real life, shouting can be expected to follow. In fear or surprise: Again similarly to real life, when taken by surprise, people often exclaim loudly almost reflexively.
Seasoned dub directors have all sorts of tricks that they employ to keep kids' head in the game a little longer than might be possible otherwise. They get to sit in the booth (most adults stand). There's lots of joking around and playing, turning dubbing into a game.
It's an “affected” style that the singers use because it's popular. One big thing is that the Japanese has more “nasal” tones to it than English does, and that has an effect on the sound of the singing. For example, the “N” sound in Japanese can be a syllable all by itself. That is, an “N” with no vowel sound attached.
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Employing a female seiyuu allows the character a high-pitched, youthful, cute sound, and the series can go on for decades without any need to replace the voice (whereas if a young male had been cast, his voice might break and become too low for the character).
This is due to anime often being an adaption from manga, where it is harder to convey emotion without the use of screen tones, backgrounds, or some form of over exaggeration. These effects often find their way into Animes, and is more often referred to under a more catch-all term: Manga effects.
Sakura Haruno - 'Naruto' It's hard to blame her - if you were stuck working with someone who was just as likely to antagonize an ostrich or eat 60 bowls of ramen in one shot as he is to do anything useful, you'd yell at him too.
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The reason for anime characters screaming is that most anime stem from manga, a still-image medium where the characters have to shout their names so that the readers know who they're dealing with.