A great selection of Chinese voice-over artists and talents
Our Chinese voice over artists are carefully selected to offer a variety of styles suitable for drama, commercials, corporate, films, IVR’s (Interactive voice response), narrations etc. They offer a variety of styles, from dramatic to character acting. Our Chinese voice-overs include both Mandarin and Cantonese plus other Chinese dialects.
Adelphi Studio provides high-quality Chinese voice-over artists and talents based on the requirements of your localization projects, helping you find the right voice to match your content. With over 40 Chinese voice artists to choose from we are confident you will find the right Chinese voice artists for your projects.
Adelphi also produces Chinese translations, transcriptions and can sync the recorded Chinese voice back into your video making it ready to publish. We can also localize any on-screen text required.
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Zhenyu is one of our most popular Chinese voice artists, we have had the pleasure of working with him on a number of projects. He is highly professional and always strives to provide the best quality Chinese voice-over recordings.
Chinese voice-over artist Lily has a sweet, friendly, smooth, warm and pleasant voice. She is a full-time voice talent for 8 years and is able to do a different range of ages from teenager to middle-age woman, Lily is also fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese Chinese.
Chinese voice artist Aimee has worked as an actor for over 5 years with theatre and commercial experience, and as a voice actor for over 2 years. She has lived in the US for almost 20 years and speaks fluent English.
Video voiced by Li X
Video voiced by Wendy W
Chinese is a tonal language, meaning that the pitch of each syllable is critical to the meaning in a way that is much more extensive than a speaker of a European language might be used to. In addition, Chinese is also known as a “macrolanguage”, because it is better described as a family of languages: Mandarin and Cantonese are two Chinese languages.
The Chinese language you need for your voice-over depends on the area of China you are wanting to target, although for general PR of China use it tends to be Mandarin which is selected.
Adelphi Studio offers subtitling and voice-over services globally from our offices in the UK and the USA.
All US, Canadian, and South American inquiries should be directed to our US office while all other inquiries should go to our UK office.