Media Group has access to talented Cantonese and Mandarin speaking professional voice artists. Do you require a single voiceover artist, a group or a crowd? Do want male or female Chinese voice artists. We can supply the Chinese voices you are looking for.
GET A QUOTE ONLINE
We take the worry out of getting the Mandarin or Cantonese voice artist to suit your project. We’ll start by providing a quote free of charge. The quote will be based on the length of your script, where the recording will be used and the style of delivery you require. When the quote is approved you can then request a Chinese sample recording in Mandarin or Cantonese.
ORDER A FREE SAMPLE
We will recommend the best Chinese voice talent(s) for your project. We will then record a short extract from your script FREE of charge. We will send the recorded Chinese sample to you on line for your approval. When you are satisfied with the sample, we will invoice you and request payment before we send the final recording of the complete script. Start now. Click here for your free quote.
BE SURE OF YOUR VOICE CHOICE
The right Chinese voice can create a powerful difference to any project. Whether its radio, TV cinema, on-line or on the telephone, the voice you choose immediately represents the product and the company. So it is vital the voice should project the “image” you desire people to have of the brand and so reinforce its personality. That’s where the experience and expertise of Media Group can ensure the voice you select will deliver a great result.
AVOID LANGUAGE FAUX PAS
Despite the fact that Chinese characters are written the same way, they are not all voiced using the same sound or tone. While “the Chinese Language” is Mandarin, Chinese people communicate in many dialects. Some of these are derived from Mandarin while others sound totally different. In Hong Kong the main dialect is Cantonese (Guangfu). In Taiwan, it is Hokkien. In Singapore people speak Teo Chew, Hokkien, Hainanese and a Malaysian variation of Cantonese while the Government promotes Singapore’s own dialect of the Mandarin group. To further complicate the matter, throughout mainland China, Mandarin speakers use regional vernaculars like those of Beijing, Harbin or Shanghai.