We say that a light source shines, and that one source may out-shine another. Is there an equivalent term for a sound, that does not include a negative connotation? For example, "Her voice was able to [outshine] all others in the room."
If we wanted to convey that one sound outshined another, we might say, drown-out or shout-over, but again either drown or shout has negative, harsh connotations. The only analogous term to shine, but for sounds, that I can think of is to ring. But there is no obvious out-ring version.
This is not the same as "To camouflage" is to sight as "to ____" is to sound, because "outshine"---the be brighter, more visible---is distinct from "camouflage"---to hide, disguise, or coverup.