Voice-actors…this page is for you. Sometimes our customers want us to help them with content for their audioguides, that is where you can drop-in.
All we ask (well not all, but it is important) is that you (the voice-over) speak in your native language and have an own studio and/or recording facility.
If you do this we will feature you below. It would be great to have both female and male narrators from all over the world representing as much languages as possible.
German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portugees, Mandarin and Russian is most common at this point, but everybody is welcome!
- You Are native speaker
- You have your own recording facilities
To assure that you are not a robot we need you to do the short text below. You need to translate it into your native language and WeTransfer it to us.
Hello World! This is my voice. It is my greatest asset and i use it to narrate to you so you won’t miss out on all the good stuff that is surrounding you. Well? What do you think? Do you like it? If everything goes well i speak in a calm manner and with good pronunciation.
To all the kids i would like to say: Stay in school. Bye bye for now.
Please record your audiofile in the following format: -0.5 dB on the master output, with a RMS level around -15 dB. 320Kbps MP3 or OGG. Stereo. Sample free 44.100 kHz.
you can be featured too
French Female - FRF001
English (UK) Female - ENUKF001
English (UK) Female - ENUKF002
Spanish (Castilian) Female - SPCF001
Russian Female - RUF001
Dutch Male - NLM001
English (UK) Male - ENUKM001
Italian Male - ITM001
Dutch Male - NLM002
Dutch Male - NLM003
Spanish Male (Castilian) - SPM001
Flemish Male - FLF001
Dutch Male - NLM004
German Male - GEM001
German Male - GEM002
What is a Voice-over?
Maybe it is your newest thing
Voice acting is the art of performing voice-overs to represent a character or provide information to an audience. Performers are called voice actors/actresses, voice artists or voice talent.
Examples of voice-over work include animated, off-stage, off-screen or non-visible characters in various works such as feature films, dubbed foreign-language films, animated films, anime, television shows, video games, cartoons, documentaries, commercials, audiobooks, radio dramas and comedies, amusement rides, theater productions, puppet shows and audio games.
Voice-over actors are also heard through pre-recorded and automated announcements that are a part of everyday modern life in areas such as shops, elevators, waiting rooms and public transport. The role of a voice actor may involve singing, most often when playing a fictional character, although a separate performer is sometimes enlisted as the character’s singing voice.
Well, most of that is not what this page is about. Let us concentrate on voice-overs for audioguides. You can see examples of projects which include voice-overs in our portfolio section. If you want to hear these you have to go on-site…..which is a blast!
In the context of voice acting, narration is the use of spoken commentary to convey a story to an audience. A narrator is a personal character or a non-personal voice that the creator of the story develops to deliver information about the experience to the audience. The voice actor who plays the narrator is responsible for telling the scripted lines.