Professional Chinese Voice Over - Several Talents

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Professional Chinese Voice Over - Several Talents

Postby ozzo » 17 Jan 2011, 17:14

ChineseVocal.com

We offer professional Chinese Mandarin and Taiwanese voice over for a variety of projects. You'll get the same talent that you'll find at local studios, but at a lower cost. Most talent have at least 10 years of experience, some over 20 years. Lower cost does not mean you will get a lower quality recording. We use studio standard professional recording equipment and software.

Other services offered:

*sync voice over to video
*localization of script
*translation (We outsource this. I would suggest finding a great translator like some of those offering services here)

We are located in Koahsiung. You are welcome to visit. Please contact us for address.

Have a listen to demos at ChineseVocal.com

Our website features my wife, Jen. She is by far our best priced-option because she is our in-house voice over talent.

~Glenn
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Re: Professional Chinese Voice Over - Several Talents

Postby voicecrafters » 06 Nov 2011, 01:00

Hi Glenn,

I stumbled to your post browsing the forum.
I run a voice over agency in Israel called Voice Crafters, and I'm always looking to increase our voice talent roster.

Can you please contact me via the email address on our Home page, and send me some voice samples in Taiwanese and Chinese?

Thanks,
Mony
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http://www.voicecrafters.com/
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