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Albanian voice over recording services for your project
Albanian is the official language of Albania and Kosovo and belongs to the Indo-European language family and the Balkan Language League. There are about 7 million Albanian-speaking people, of whom about 2.5 million are native speakers in Albania, about 2.5 million as second-language speakers in the other Balkan countries and about 2 million other native speakers, who are emigrants worldwide.
The Albanian language knows two dialect groups, Gheg and Tosk, which each make up half of the number of speakers. While in northern Albania and the neighboring countries of Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro and southern Serbia the dialect Gheg is spoken, in southern Albania, southern Italy and Greece, the people are speaking Tosk. The dialects differ in pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary. In 1972 the regulated and uniform standard language “Standard Albanian” was introduced. It is based on the Tosk dialect and has become the standard in education and the media. We are producing our Albanian voice recordings in standard Albanian as well.
Albanian has many grammatical similarities to Greek or Romanian, but these languages are not related. The sentence structure in Albanian follows the SVO scheme (Subject-Verb-Object), as for example in English, Greek or French. The Albanian script is based on Latin letters.
We have recorded numerous projects in Albanian, including web-based training courses (WBTs) for the Swiss insurance company SUVA and the telecommunication provider Vodafone; a product video for Emsal, a brand of the household chemicals company Werner & Mertz; online videos for the European Central Bank (ECB) and commercials for the online payment system Western Union.
Voice over recordings in Albanian are carried out in professional recording studios located in Albania. We work with native speakers who have a perfect command of the Albanian language and are trained professional voice talents.