Swahili voice-over artists to meet your budget and needs
Adelphi is a full-service Swahili voice-over agency. As well as providing Swahili voice-over artists, our Swahili voice-over service also includes transcription, translation, proofreading, recording, editing, and audio syncing. We have Swahili voice artists and talents offering a variety of styles including Swahili-accented English, in a range of ages, and some who can do character voices.
As part of Adelphi’s voice-over services, we are able to localize motion graphics and animations, printed materials, Articulate Storyline projects, subtitles, and any on-screen text, all in-house without the need to outsource any of the work. At Adelphi, we offer professionally edited audio as a standard for all of our voice-over projects.
Our Swahili voice-over services artists at Adelphi Studio are able to provide you with high-quality recordings for your Film, TV, web, or DVD projects. Adelphi also produces Swahili voice-over translations and can sync the recorded Swahili voice back into your video making it ready to publish.
Our voice-over services include:
- Transcriptions to provide scripts for translation
- Swahili translations by our own translation department
- Swahili time-coded script creation
- Swahili voice artists selection and recording
- Audio file editing
- Syncing the audio to the video
- On-screen text localization
- Dedicated project managers and studio engineers
Professional audio editing:
At Adelphi, we offer professionally edited audio as a standard for all of our voice-over projects. But what exactly does this mean? Go here and we will briefly look at what we do with the audio before we deliver it to our clients, turning the ‘raw’ unedited audio data into professional, clean-sounding voice-over files. Also included in our quality checks are, listening to the audio to check if errors have been made, pronunciation is correct, all the segments have been recorded, the timings are right, files are correctly split and named; we take out overly long pauses and normalize the levels so all the audio is of the same volume.