Frequently Asked Questions

Voice actors bring crisp narrations to any product, service or video. If you want to bring life to your project and command an audience, use a professional voice actor. Projects may include, but are not limited to Corporate Videos, TV, Radio, Virtual Real Estate, Tutorials, Animations, Video Games,  Voice Messages and more. 

This question varies greatly depending on the length of video, where it will be published and what type of voice you are looking for.  For example, if you are looking for a celebrity impression (Matthew McConaughey) to read a special message for a friend or read an audiobook then there will be an extra charge. 

A typical turnaround time will be around 2-3 days, although if you need it quicker there will be an extra charge and will make it happen!

Absolutely–we guarantee our work and strive for 100% satisfaction. To insure that there is no need for multiple revisions, please be as direct and descriptive as possible. Examples and pronunciation guides are a huge help.

If you aren’t the decision maker on the final product, I would advise knowing the following: 

  • Know what type of voice you are looking for (smooth, professional, comedic, accent, etc.)
  • Have a completed script unless you would like one made for you
  • Any specific directions or specifications
  • What will it be used for (TV, Radio, Social Media, Personal, etc)
  • Any relevant information such as a sample clip you can share, or drawing of a character
  • What length or how many words you would like read
Once you have the information above, complete our contact form to submit your project. 

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Marketing With Voiceovers

Advantages to Your Business

According to a study by Washington University, adults are more likely to remember words when spoken by a familiar voice. (Yonon and Sommers, 2000). That can mean two things, use a celebrity voice or celebrity impression, and use it multiple times to build familiarity with your brand. Additionally, scientists from Boston University and UCLA have shown that combining both visual and auditory information in a message will produce a quicker learning of visual information. This will enable your audience to learn about your products or services at a faster pace than just reading the content. 

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