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Arabic voice actor needed?
Voicebooking.com is the first voice agency that works as a web shop where you can book a voice actor for your recording in just a few easy steps. The way we work at Voicebooking.com is unique. All our voices have their own recording facilities. Therefore you can count on extremely fast delivery times.
Another advantage is that we can offer you very profitable voice actor rates. All our voices are guaranteed native speaking which means you can also use our services for your international productions.
About the Arabic language
The Arabic language is commonly referred to as Modern Standard Arabic. The language is closely related to Hebrew. Arabic has lent many words to other languages of the Islamic world, like Persian, Turkish, and Bosnian. On the other hand the Arabic language has also borrowed words from many languages, including Hebrew, Greek and Persian. There are 295 million native speakers of the Arabic language. Languages that are spoken in countries surrounding Arabic speaking nations are Spanish, and French.
The largest difference in the Arabic language is between the non-Egyptian North African dialects and the others. Moroccan Arabic in particular is very hard to understand to Arabic speakers east of Algeria. Voicebooking.com is proud to be able to offer voice actors that are native Arabic speakers.
Our Arabic voice actors have done many different productions such as TV-commercials and radiocommercials. As well as animated features, audiobooks, voice response messages, E-learning, and of course movie trailers for etc.
In Germany a Arabic voice actor is called a ‘Arabische Sprachaufnahme’, in France ‘voix off Arabe’ and in Spain ‘Locutor Arabe’.