LA Spanish voice-over agency
LA Spanish voice-over production made simple
We have a good selection of the very best LA Spanish voice-over talent available, and you’ll find our voice costs and studio rates to be less than many other agencies offering exactly the same service. And we’ll make sure the chosen LA Spanish voice artist gives you the very best rate for the job, and we’ll negotiate down on repeat fees and broadcast rates on your behalf.
We can record wild, or sync to picture, and deliver the audio back via FTP. When required, we can also re-mix your new LA Spanish voice-over recording with the existing music and effects track, and send you a fully mixed video soundtrack.
To check the availability of our LA Spanish voice-artists and to confirm costs, please contact us using the Quick Quote form below, and we’ll respond within the hour. Or you can email email@example.com or call us on +44(0)118 958 4934.
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Featured LA Spanish Voice Talent
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Here is a selection of LA Spanish voice talent who we regularly work with, but if you don’t find what you’re looking for, we have a dedicated talent management team who will help you source the perfect LA Spanish voice for your needs, and at a price that won’t blow your budget.
If you would like to discuss your project further, please complete the Quick Quote below. You can also call us on +44 (0)118 9584934 , or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Latin American Spanish voice over - EBS
Working with their translation agency we produced both audio and video translations. The voice-over artists were carefully selected to match the tone and performance of the English voices. The translated audio was then mixed with the existing soundtrack and integrated into the video source files. The on-screen captions were also translated and re-integrated into the video and the animations adjusted to fit. The final videos were encoded as MP4 files.
Select a voice-over language
Choose English read in a foreign accent
Select a subtitle language
A short history of the LA (Latin American) Spanish language
When the Spanish and Portuguese began to colonise Latin America, from the late 15th century onwards, they brought their respective languages with them. These languages were both of Latin descent – hence the term Latin America.
As the Spanish Empire took hold, settled by generations of Spanish descendants, so the indigenous people gradually adopted the Spanish language. But the language developed slightly differently in each country – influenced by the native languages already spoken, as well as which part of Spain the colonists came from – so there are many different Spanish dialects spoken throughout Latin America.
Spanish is the official language (or de facto national language) of the following Latin American countries: Columbia, Peru (co-official with Quechua, Aymara and others), Venezuela, Ecuador, Guatemala, Cuba, Bolivia (co-official with Quechua, Aymara, Guarani and others), Honduras, Paraguay (co-official with Guarani), El Salvador, Costa Rica, Panama, Equatorial Guinea, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Uruguay and Puerto Rico.
Spanish is spoken by 43% of the population of Belize, although it has no official status (English is the official language).
How many people speak LA Spanish as their first language?
It’s estimated that over 300 million people speak Spanish as their first language in Latin America (out of a total of 400-500 million native Spanish speakers in the world).
The highest number is in Mexico (115 million), followed by Colombia (45 million), Argentina (42 million) and Peru (30 million).
Did you know…
- The process by which people or places become influenced by Spanish culture (including language, food etc) is known as Hispanicisation.
- Because of their proximity to Spanish-speaking countries, in recent years Trinidad and Tobago and Brazil have added Spanish to their education systems as a mandatory subject.
- There are many different Spanish dialects in Latin America, but they can be grouped roughly under these variants: Mexican, Caribbean, Andean-Pacific, Rio de la Plata, Chilean and Central American.
- The development of LA Spanish was influenced by the large numbers of Africans brought to Latin America as slave labour. They contributed many words to the language, as well as intonation and rhythm.
Latin America as a whole has a rapidly developing economy. The biggest individual economies are those of Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia and Chile, while the fastest growing include Venezuela, Uruguay and Peru.
The export market is an important part of most Latin American economies.
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