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Floris — Oxford House
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Know what everything costs in just a few clicks. Transparent. Handy too. That's why we can often deliver quicker than others can quote.
Work the way you want to
Almost all our voice overs work from their own home studio. Want to listen along? Direct? Sure thing. Booking a voice over for a studio session is still possible.
Audio post production
Our sound designers know how to transform plain text into great sound. The Voicebooking.com way: it'll be ready before you know it.
Austrian voice actor needed?
Want to book a voice actor within a few easy steps? It’s possible at Voicebooking.com! We’re the first voice agency that works as a webshop. All our voices have their own studio which means they can deliver fast. This makes the way we work unique.
All our voices speak the language of the country they reside in which makes it possible for you to use our services for all your international productions. A very attractive benefit of this is that we can offer you sharp rates.
About the German language
You either hated it or you loved it, learning German grammar in school. After English and French, German is still one of the most important languages taught in schools around Europe.
Besides Germany, Austria and Switzerland are also two important countries where the German language is spoken. These countries are sure to have been a contribution to the fact that in the year 2005 the German language was spoken by over a 120 million people.
Fun fact about the German language is that besides the 26 letters in the Latin alphabet, the German language also has a special letter, which is the ß, the sharp S. Languages that are spoken in countries surrounding Germany are Dutch, Swiss, and French.
Our German voice actors can be booked for many different types of productions including animated features and audio books. But also for movie trailers, video and corporate movies, E-learning, TV-commercials, radiocommercials and voice response messages etc.
In Russia a German voice actors is called a ‘Немецкие дикторы’, in Portugal people talk about a ‘Actor de voz Alemão’ and in Poland a German voice actors is referred to as a ‘niemiecki lektor’.