Working online, also for all your audio and video content
Benefit from 10 years of experience with remote audio production. Discover how to work remotely with Voicebooking.
Just think how much time it would save you if you didn’t have to go to a recording studio all the time for voice over recordings. Instead, you can just brief, select and direct from your desk. Sounds better, right?
In 2020, the world learned about the benefits of working remotely. Meetings with colleagues and clients from the comfort of your home. Voice overs recordings and audio productions work exactly like that. At Voicebooking we have been doing it since 2010. Are you on board yet?
Working remotely works for all forms of audio production. From voice overs for webvideos, commercials and explainers, to special effects and post production. E-learnings, podcasts and audiobooks are produced in the same way.
Voicebooking is extremely fast in delivering your complete audio productions. The combination of remote work and the efficiency of our platform will find you the quality you are looking for.
Our producers make sure the job gets done to keep your calendar from filling up. We find you voice overs, translators, video editors and audio designers and ensure a transparent process.
Our native speaking voice overs from all around the world are professionals in their field and guarantee correct pronunciation. The voice overs usually record from their home studios with broadcast quality.
If arranging voice overs and audio services is not your core business, feel free to let Voicebooking take care of it. It is what we do.
Does your production require the video to be adjusted as well? Then we will take care of that too. For example, adjusting titles and pack shots.
Are you using multiple voice overs in different countries? Then buy-out handling can get to be quite the administration. Ask Voicebooking, then you don’t have to worry about it anymore.
Want to get in touch with your voice over to discuss or brief? You can do that. Would you like to leave it in the hands of a dedicated producer? You can do that too. Whatever works best for you.