Japanese VOICE TALENT
Japanese Voice Over Artists
Japanese is one of the oldest languages in the world - ancient enough that we don’t actually know when it first appeared (some believe it was spoken as early as the third century, perhaps even earlier). Interestingly enough, in addition to being one of the world’s most widely-spoken languages, it’s also one of the most prominent languages online, with primary Japanese speakers making up 9.6% of the world’s digital population. Our Japanese voice talent consists entirely of native speakers - perfect for whatever project you have in mind. Contact us today to learn more about our quality assurance and competitive pricing.
[We also provide Japanese Subtitles].
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An easy to work with, very responsive crew made last minute work a lot less stressful! Thank you
My chosen voice artist nailed our script on the first try and I couldn't be more pleased with our recording. What an easy, helpful service! Highly recommend.
Awesome team! I was desperate to get a voice-over in a short time period. They helped me so effortlessly and the end result is simply amazing! Really professional & highly recommended company to work with! Thank you!
Have tried this company once and had a quick and seamless process - can recommend.
I recently had a Corporate video translated from English to Chinese and Japanese. The voice over's for each language were done by Whisper Audio. I am based in South Africa. I emailed the scripts to Simon and about 5 days later I downloaded the WAV file containing the Chinese and Japanese audio that fitted perfectly into the English edit. The process was painless, everything happened according to plan and the results were excellent. My client is a very large multinational. I am happy, the client is happy and I'd highly recommend Whisper Audio/Voice Talent Online.
Voice Talent Online provides high-quality, reasonable-cost subtitles.
In today's world of silent social-media video, subtitles are a popular addition to voice over narration. This might at first seem counter-intuitive - you'd traditionally have either voiceover or subtitles. But today, to ensure that the viewer receives the full auditory message from the (often-silent) voice over, it's imperative to add subtitles to online video.
View a case study of a recent Japanese subtitles job.