Assamese voice-over production made simple
As an established Assamese voice-over agency, Matinée has been providing a professional Assamese Voice-Over Service and Assamese Subtitling Service for over 25 years. We offer a selection of the very best Assamese voice talent, at a price you can afford.
Whether you are looking for Assamese voice-over artists for documentary, advertising, eLearning, or telephone messaging, we’ll supply the best Assamese voice talent for the job. We’ll time-sync the selected Assamese voice-over to picture, and deliver the audio back in the file format of your choice. Or, we can lay back the Assamese audio onto your video and re-work the captions where necessary.
Check out our FAQs for more information and costs. To check the availability of our Assamese voice-artists and to confirm costs, please contact us today using the quick Quote form opposite. Or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on +44(0)118 958 4934.
Voice-over selection and quotation in just three easy steps
1. browse the voice-over demos below and click PLAY to audition each casting sample
2. choose the voice(s) you like and click ADD to your Quick Quote, or DOWNLOAD a copy
3. complete the Quick Quote and we’ll check availability and costs, with a response in just 1 hour
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Assamese voice dubbing for Schizophrenia Documentary
Dr Ranen Sarma, a medical practitioner of more than 30 years, required an Assamese voice-over agency to cast and record two Assamese voice-over artists for his documentary film “From London with love, a doctor’s message home”.
First, we translated the voice-over scripts into Assamese and adapted them for lip-sync. The Assamese voice artists were recorded lip-sync, and the audio was edited to match to the timings of the 25 minute video as closely as possible. We also produced Hindi voice-overs and created a DVD master with a language selection menu. You can read more about this project here.
A short history of the Assamese language
Assamese (Asamiya) belongs to the eastern group of the Indo-Aryan language family, along with Bengali and Oriya.
These languages evolved from Magadhi Prakrit, which was one of the three written languages of ancient India that emerged following the decline of Pali and Sanskrit.
A literary form of Assamese had developed by the 14th century, and by the 17th century the literary language, based on the western dialects of Assam, had become the state language. Read more
Which countries have Assamese as a national language?
Assamese is the official language of the Indian state of Assam, and one of India’s 22 scheduled languages. It is also spoken in parts of Arunachal Pradesh and other northeast Indian states, as well as Bangladesh and Bhutan.
How many people speak Assamese as their first language?
It is estimated that over 19 million people speak Assamese as their first language.
Did you know…
- The word Assam comes from the name of a Sino-Tibetan tribe – the Ahoms – who conquered eastern Assam in the 13th century.
- The Assamese script derives from the Gupta script, and is similar to the Bengali script as well as the Mithilakshar script of the Maithili language. It is written from left to right, and top to bottom.
- There are several regional Assamese dialects, which can broadly be split into four groups – Eastern, Central, Kamrupi and Goalpariya. But there are also several non-regional, community-based dialects, such as Bhakatiya (very polite), as well as those used by fishermen, astrologers, urban youths and the Muslim community.
The Indian economy
India’s economy is the tenth largest in the world by nominal GDP and the third largest by PPP. India is the 19th largest exporter and the 10th largest importer in the world.
Due to its large population there is still a lot of poverty in the country, despite its economic success. Although India has a growing high-tech sector, around half of the population is employed in agriculture (plus forestry, logging and fishing).
Around 22% of the population work in industry (which accounts for 26% of the GDP), and 27% in the service sector. Over 20 million people work in textile manufacturing.
India was one of the founding members of the World Trade Organisation’s precursor, and is a member of the G20 and BRICS (the association of five major emerging economies – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa).
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So… you’ve been given a quote for voice-over, and it includes costs for cleaning and editing the audio.
But what does this mean? And why do you need the audio edited and cleaned? This video will explain all.
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Independent video producers talk about the reasons why they come to Matinée Multilingual.
It’s for the expertise of the staff, the range of services, and the superb customer service.