Featured Voice Artist on Adelphi Studio – Chinese speaker Zhenyu

“The experience working with Adelphi is very pleasant. I’m glad that we have the same goal to achieve better clients’ satisfaction, which became the foundation of our partnership.”

Zhenyu is one of our best and most reliable voice artists, and we have worked with him over many years. He has experience recording IVR material, e-learning, commercials, and more.

His warm and clear voice could make an excellent fit for your project.

Language: Mandarin Chinese

Voice: Deep and Warm

Hear more of our Mandarin voice artists here

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Introducing Muneer, Arabic voice artist at Adelphi Studio
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Muneer is a Syrian-American voice-over artist who is proficient in North American English, Modern Standard Arabic and also Syrian dialect.

Muneer’s voice can range from professional for corporate videos, to fun and zany. He has a versatile voice suitable for any number of projects.

His voice can be described as warm, friendly and high energy.


Introducing Asma, Arabic voice artist at Adelphi Studio

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Asma has a great love for voice-over work and certainly loves her job.

Her voice can range from deep and rich to high and child like, she is very versatile.

She is experienced in recording commercials, IVR messages, narrations, eLearning projects and also language learning guides in Arabic.


 

Featured Voice Artist on Adelphi Studio – Malay speaker Andrew

 

“I started doing voice overs for Adelphi in late 2016. Working for them has never been easier as the translated text from English to Malay language is ‘to a tee.’ This makes my job so much easier. Also, reading the file numbers as opposed to separating the voice-over files (which may come up to a hundred files at times!!) this speeds up the job, which is a good thing, as it’s all about turnaround. They also pay a professional fee and have a good payment term. Looking forward to working with them again.”

Language: Malay

Voice: Male, deep and authoritative.

Andrew is a Malay voice-over artist, who began a broadcasting career in 1995 and delved into VO’s that same year. He has recorded an array of jobs from simple reading for school kids to corporate videos. Among them, courseware for the Ministry of Education of Malaysia, Northport, Honda, Perodua, BMW, Sarawak Convention Bureau, Petronas, Bumi Armada, Ambank and RHB Bank. To hear more of Andrews samples go here

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Video narrated by Andrew

 

 

Voice Artists: How to Care for Your Voice (Part 2)

There are many variables that can cause issues with your voice including seasonal atmosphere changes, general body hydration, stress, tiredness… the list goes on! In this blog, we will look at the general day to day care tips all voice artists should know. It is important to prevent problems by knowing your body, your voice, your limits, and how to take care of yourself.

Hydration

Dehydration can be caused by many factors; not enough water, smoking (first or second hand), caffeine, alcohol and salt can all cause your body to lose water so you should try to avoid these as much as possible. Staying hydrated is very important for your vocal cords as they are surrounded by a mucous membrane, which must stay wet and fluid for the cords to work properly. A lack of hydration causes this membrane to thicken, which makes your throat feel clogged up.

Lemon flavoured water is often stated as being a favoured drink to help bind the mucous and flush it out if there is an excess of it in your body. On the day of the voice-over recording session try to drink as much water as possible, and during the session drink Room Temperature water as cold water can cause your vocal cords to constrict and tense up.

Dairy products are a bad choice for any voice professionals as they can cause the mucus to thicken, coating the vocal cords and affecting the smooth operation of the larynx. Food such as cheese, milk, yoghurt and ice-cream should all be consumed sparingly when using your voice professionally.

Sleep

Before a voice-over recording session you should try to get a good night sleep. You will find that the lack of energy from a bad sleep causes your vocal muscles to tire quickly and be less flexible than normal. This lack of energy can then lead you to over compensate by forcing the sounds out which creates tension and ultimately pain and hoarseness in your larynx.

No shouting!

You should also always try to avoid straining your voice by not shouting. Excess strain can eventually cause nodes on your vocal cords, which limits your range, flexibility and tone.

Finally, before a voice-over recording session always be sure to warm up! See part 1 of this ‘How to Care for Your Voice’ post for some tips on warm up techniques.

Voice Artists: How to Care for Your Voice (Part 1)

For voice-artists who work with their voices every day, maintaining it well is essential. As a voice-over artist you need to ensure that you provide your clients with a reliable service, as well as keeping yourself comfortable!

There are many techniques thrown out there, claiming to be the best way to look after your voice, and in this blog we will look at some of these, and talk about ways to improve your vocal control.

Warming Up Routine For Voice Artists

Your vocal cords (or vocal folds) are found in the larynx, and just like an athlete wouldn’t do a serious work out with first warming up, voice over artists should first ‘stretch’ the muscles found within your voice box.

Starting with humming is a nice way to begin to relax these muscles in your larynx, as well as creating a nice resonant sound. If you work through syllables such as the ‘velar nasal’ gn sound found in onion, stretching it out, sliding up and down in pitch. Working with arpeggios, scales or glides that both climb and descend in pitch is a good way of ensuring you warm up in all parts of the range quickly and without strain. Next up, lip and tongue trills help to loosen the throat, jaw, tongue and lips, spread the vocal folds so that they vibrate mainly at their edges, and encourage relaxation.

Articulation is key in voice overs, to ensure that the words of the script are formed properly so you get the clearest read possible. Tongue twisters are a great way to help your annunciation and articulation, and they can also assist with the development of tongue muscle memory for particular vowel sounds. Here are a few examples:

1. Assists with R and L vowels

Red letter, yellow letter, red letter, yellow letter, red letter, yellow letter

2. Assists with moving from the front of the lips to the soft palate and back again.

A proper cup of coffee from a proper copper coffee pot.

3. Makes you move your lips from an Ooh shape to a flatter A shape and really get your mouth moving

Wayde went to Wales to watch wrens riot

4.  This one is for forward tongue placement

I am not a pheasant plucker,
I’m a pheasant plucker’s son
but I’ll be plucking pheasants
When the pheasant plucker’s gone

5.  This exercise works the soft palate and back of the mouth

Six sick hicks nick six slick bricks with picks and sticks

Finally, yawning helps you naturally relax your jaw, extends your soft palate and regulates the oxygen flowing through your body. A ‘yawn-sigh’ helps you work on your range, sliding all the way down from the top of your vocal range to the lowest grumble you can reach. You’ll know when you reach your limit! Make sure you do this last, and only do this a few times per warm up… you don’t want to strain your muscles too much!

Latin American or European Spanish: What’s The Difference?

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European Spanish, sometimes known as Castellano, and Latin American Spanish can be understood by Spanish speakers all over the world, however there are many differences between the two, both in phonology and vocabulary. When choosing foreign language voice artists, it is important to select talents who speak the right variation for your audience.

A very clear distinction between European and Latin American Spanish is the pronunciation of the letter C, when followed by an I or an E, and the letter Z when followed by a vowel. In Spain, the letter C is pronounced as /θ/, or the ‘th’ sound in English. However in Latin American this is pronounced as a ’S’ sound. One of the most popular urban myths which claims to give reason for this differentiation, is that there was once a Spanish king who spoke with lisp, which was then imitated by the Spanish population.

The way in which the second person plural is conjugated can be a good indiction of whether someone is speaking European or Latin American Spanish. Speakers of Latin American Spanish will always use ustedes no matter who they are speaking to. However speakers of European Spanish will use ustedes only when addressing a group of people who are perhaps older or more important than them. For everyone else, they will use vosotros. In a similar vein, it is common in Latin American to hear the word ‘you’ as vos, whereas in Spain this would be .

As well as this, in many places in Latin America you will notice the ’s’ sound sometimes goes missing or is ‘swallowed’. For example the word está can become eh’tá. This feature of speech is actually also common in the southern parts of Spain.

Spanish Voice-Overs, Translations, Subtitles, and Localisation

Communication between speakers of the two is usually always fluid and much like communication between the speakers of UK and US English who may use different vocabulary and have different accents, but have no trouble understanding each other. However in terms of voice-overs, translations, subtitles and localisation, it is important to identify which market you want to speak to and then use resources from this area. If you want to hear the differences yourself, take a look at our European and Latin American voice-over catalogue!

French Voice Over Artists

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  2. Filter the level of professional experience and gender.
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Accents in Voice Overs – British Accents part 2

In part 1 we had a look at the RP, Yorkshire and Scouse accents. In this blog we will continue on and look at more of the accents found within the British Isles.

 

Brummie

The most famous of the Midlands accents is the Brummie accent from Birmingham. The term derives from Brummagem or Bromwichham, which are historical variants of the name Birmingham. Whilst Brummie is not the only accent or dialect to be found in the Midlands, it is more well known than it’s neighbours in the Black Country or Coventry.

Some examples of Brummie words and phrases:

Bostin(g)- meaning amazing, brilliant or excellent.

Shrapnel – this commonly refers to loose change

The outdoor – an exclusive West Midlands term for an off-licence

Characteristics:

  • Words like “pie” and “tried” are pronounced like “poy” and “troyed”
  • As in Northern English accents, the vowel in “puppies” and “blood” is pronounced higher in the mouth than in Southern English accents, sounding a bit like “pooppies” or “pawppies”
  • The diphthong in “about” and “house” is raised, with a prononunciation ranging from IPA æʊ to ɛʉ (“heh-oose”).
  • Words like “most” and “homes” are pronounced with a very low-starting diphthong, typically IPAʌʊ although it can start even lower, making “goat” sound like “gout” to outside ears.

Notable speakers of the Brummie accent include: Ozzy Osbourne, Jasper Carrott and Adrian Chiles.

You can hear an example of a midlands accent here courtesy of James M.

 

Geordie

The Geordie accent is found in the North East of England in the Tyneside area, predominantly in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. The origins of the term are still up for debate, but in many respects Geordie is a direct continuation and development of the language spoken by the Anglo-Saxon settlers of this region. The Geordie accent has been voted the ‘sexiest accent in Britain’.

Some examples of Geordie words and phrases:

Howay- broadly meaning “come on!!”

Canny – meaning pleasant

Netty – toilet

Characteristics

  • Foot Strut Merger – the syllable in footand could is pronounced with the same syllable as strut and
  • Non-rhoticity – non-pronunciation of the post-vocalic ’r’ , in words such as bark, firm, permit.
  • The /ai/ dipthong as in kite is raised so it sounds a bit more like the Standard British “kate.”
  • The /au/ dipthong as in “about” is pronounced like “oo” in strong dialects. So about can sound like “aboot.”

Notable speakers of the Geordie accent include: Cheryl Cole, Ant & Dec, Paul Gascoigne, Sting

You can hear an example of the Geordie accent here courtesy of Laura E:

 

Cockney

The Cockney accent originates from the East End of London and can be considered the broadest form of London local accent. Cockney is characterized by its own special vocabulary and usage, and traditionally by its own development of “rhyming slang.” Rhyming slang, is still part of the true Cockney culture even if it is sometimes used for effect.

Common Cockney rhyming slang phrases

“Adam and Eve” – beleive

“Apples and pears” – stairs

“Plates of meat” – feet

Characteristics

  • Raised vowel in words like trap and cat so these sounds like “trep” and “cet.”
  • Non-rhoticity: see explanation in Brummie
  • Trap-bath split: meaning that certain awords, like bath, can’t, and dance are pronounced with the broad-a in
  • Glottal Stopping: the letter t is pronounced with the back of the throat (glottis) in between vowels; hence better becomes “be’uh”.
  • L-vocalization: The l at the end of words often becomes a vowel sound Hence pal can seem to sound like “pow.”
  • Th-Fronting: The th in words like think or this is pronounced with a more forward consonant depending on the word: thing becomes “fing,” this becomes “dis,” and mother becomes “muhvah.”

Notable Cockney speakers include: Michael Caine, Sir Alan Sugar, Amy Winehouse

You can hear an example of the Cockney accent here courtesy of Arthur Smith

 

 

We have a wide selection of accents and dialects available in the Voice Over section, so whatever you are looking for we can provide you with the most suitable option for your final product. Please view our sample page here: http://adelphistudio.com/voice-overs/.

Adelphi can provide all of the services detailed above for your voice-over requirement. Please visit our website at www.adelphitranslations.com and click “Request a Quote” or feel free to call us on (0)114 272 3772.

Arabic Voice-over Artist Agency

Adelphi are an Arabic voice-over artist agency with 35 arabic voice artists with over 80 samples to listen to.

Arabic voice-over agency.  We have Professional Arabic voice artists who record in their own facilities, whilst our Standard Arabic artists are recorded in our in-house studio, making them a great choice for budget productions. We also provide our clients with the option of listening in to recording sessions through VoIP. Arabic voice agency is here at Adelphi offering great Arabic voice artists. With offices in the united states of America (USA) and the United Kingdom (UK).  Arabic voice over studio with professional Arabic voice artists and talents. Arabic voice recording at its best by Adelphi studio select from our  great range of Arabic voice artists here to get the best deal in Arabic voice-overs. Arabic voice-over translations. Adelphi are experts in Arabic voice-over translations, recording and editing.  Budget Arabic voice-overs and voice artists. Our standard Arabic voice artists are perfect for budget production listen to them here.

Adelphi have two levels of Arabic voice artists, Professional voice talents and Standard voice talents to match al budgets and requirements. We also have an in-house translation department, that are specialists in voice-over and subtitle SRT translation.  We also offer professionally edited audio as standard for all of our voice-over projects.

As an established International voice-over agency, Adelphi studio has been providing a professional Arabic Voice-Over Services and translations for over 25 years. We offer a selection of the very best Arabic voice talent, at a price you can afford. Great quality Arabic voice artists from all over the Arabian world.

Whatever you need it for, we’ll help you select the best Arabic voice talent for the job. We can record wild or sync to picture, and deliver the audio back in the file format of your choice, same day, via FTP. We can also lay-back the audio onto your video, and re-work the captions where necessary.

Arabic is the only surviving member of the Ancient North Arabian dialect group attested in pre-Islamic Arabic inscriptions dating back to the 4th century.[11] Arabic is written with the Arabic alphabet, which is an abjad script and is written from right-to-left although the spoken varieties are sometimes written in ASCII Latin from left-to-right with no standardized forms. Some of the spoken varieties are mutually unintelligible,[4] both written and orally, and the varieties as a whole constitute a sociolinguistic language.

Arabic has influenced many languages around the globe throughout its history. Some of the most influenced languages are Persian, Turkish, Urdu, Kurdish, Somali, Swahili, Bosnian, Kazakh, Bengali, Hindi, Malay, Indonesian, Tigrinya, Pashto,Punjabi, Tagalog, Sindhi and Hausa.

To calculate Arabic voice-over fees and recording costs click here.  You will also find a lot of technical information here on our FAQs page. 

Choose from  35 Arabic voice artists here

1. Filter the level of professional experience, dialect and gender.
3. Click the + to add voices to favourites and these will automatically be included in your quote request.
4, Fill out the rest of the form and we will get back to you with a quote.

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We also offer Arabic:
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Subtitles
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Russian voice artists – over 20 Russian voice talents at adelphi

20 Russian voice artists from Adelphi

Choose from over 20 Russian voice artists from Adelphi. We have professional and standard Russian voice-artists to match all budgets and requirements

Our Russian voice artists have been specially selected to give a variety of ranges and styles, everything from drama, commercials, corporate, Films, IVR’s,  narrations etc. We have Russian voice talents of different ages, some can do character voices.


Russian Voice Artists

Our Professional Russian voice artists record in their own facilities, whilst our Standard Russian artists are recorded in our in-house studio, making them a great choice for budget productions. We also provide our clients with the option of listening in to recording sessions through VoIP.

Adelphi have two levels of Russian voice artists, Professional voice talents and Standard voice talents to match al budgets and requirements. We also have an in-house translation department, that are specialists in voice-over and subtitle SRT translation.  We also offer professionally edited audio as standard for all of our voice-over projects.

 

Choose from over 20 Russian voice artists here

1. Filter the level of professional experience, dialect and gender.
3. Click the + to add voices to favourites and these will automatically be included in your quote request.
4, Fill out the rest of the form and we will get back to you with a quote.

You can download any of the audio files with the download button on the audio player.

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