Looking for a Polish voice over?
A Polish voice over or voice over actor can be easily found and easily booked via Voicebooking. Find your voice over from a select list of voices, easily set up your project and then, in no time at all, receive the completed voice over in your inbox. All the Polish voice over actors and voice overs on this page are hand-picked and guaranteed native speakers. Do you have questions or a request for a special search? Just get in touch.
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POLISH VOICE OVER WANTED?
Voicebooking is the first voice agency that works like a webshop where you can book a voice over in 4 easy steps. All our voices have their own professional recording studio. This means you can count on extremely fast delivery times and high quality audio.
Another advantage is that we can offer you very sharp prices. All our voices are guaranteed to speak the language of the country of origin, so you can also use our services for your international productions.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Booking at Voicebooking is easy and fast. All you have to do is follow 4 steps, we'll take care of the rest for you. On our website you can choose from a number of Polish voice actors, each with their own sound. Each voice actor has his or her own profile with a few lines of personal information. You can also find on their profile which brands they have recorded voice overs for in the past. Based on this information, you can choose the voice actor that you think is best suited to your video.
Are you looking for a language other than Polish? Don't worry, you can still choose from a whole list of professional voice overs in more than 60 different languages, as well as hundreds of voices in our extended database. These voice actors all have their own home studio and years of experience. They have the skills to deliver top quality voice overs.
Have you found a voice over you're happy with? Log in or sign up for Project Pages, the Voicebooking platform. Then select the voice over and the production that goes with it so you can see the cost of your project right away. Finally, click on “book”, and your voice over arrangement has begun.
There's also a chat feature in Project Pages. This allows you to send directions directly to the voice actor. If the voice actor needs to pay special attention to specific phrases, you can easily indicate this in the chat. Do you want to listen and direct live? Make sure you use the Creative Control.
Do you already have a script for your video, but would you like to test it on timing, for example, just to be sure? You can, with our free voice over generator. Copy and paste your script, select one of the different voices and put the voice over under your video to try it out.
THE POLISH LANGUAGE?
Polish is a Western Slavic language with about 40 million speakers. Most speakers of the language live in Poland (38.6 million inhabitants). Other large groups of speakers live in the United States and in the countries of the former Soviet Union (mainly Belarus, Ukraine and Lithuania). Since 1 May 2004, Polish has been one of the official working languages of the European Union. Languages spoken in countries around Poland are Russian, German, Czech and Ukrainian.
Our Polish voice overs can be heard in many different types of productions, including film trailers, video and corporate films, e-learning, TV commercials, radio commercials and voice response messages. Also in animation films and audio books etc.
In Germany a Polish voice over is called a 'Polnic Sprachaufnahme', in France 'voix off Polonais' and in Spain a Polish voice over is a 'Locutor Polaco'.