Voice (disambiguation)

Voice (disambiguation)

Voice may refer to:
* Human voice
* Voice control or voice activation
* Writer's voice
* Voice acting
* Voice vote
* Voice message
* "Voice" (film), a 2005 South Korean film
* The Voice (newspaper)
* The Voice, a talent used by the Bene Gesserit, a sisterhood in the "Dune" novels

In music:
* Vocal music
** The human voice in singing
* Voice register (music)
** Vocal range, referring to soprano, alto, tenor, bass in choral and pop music
** Voice type, referring to operatic and classical soloists
* An individual melodic strand in a polyphonic texture
* A monophonic signal in sound synthesis
* "Voice" (album) by Alison Moyet
* "Voice" (LP) by Barratt Band
* "Voice", theme song from the series "Macross Plus"
* Voice (quartet), a vocal quartet founded by Julie Tippetts, Maggie Nicols, Phil Minton, and Brian Eley

In linguistics:
* Voice (phonetics)
* Grammatical voice

ee also

* The Voice (disambiguation)
* Voices (disambiguation)
* Voicing (disambiguation)

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