Professional voice over recordings in New Zealand English

  • Over 15 years of experience with marketing and e-learning
  • Professional voice talents, guaranteed native speakers
  • Voice over recordings in professional recording studios
  • High-quality studio and audio quality
  • Voice over recordings directly in New Zealand

Contact us now

Voice talent examples

Female Voice New Zealand English 1
Female Voice New Zealand English 2
Male Voice New Zealand English 1
Male Voice New Zealand English 2

We would be happy to suggest just the right English voice talents from New Zealand for your project.

Request voice talent suggestions now

Voice over recording services in New Zealand English for your project

We provide voice over recording services for your image film, e-learning course, or commercial with native voice talents in New Zealand English in close cooperation with reliable partner studios directly in New Zealand.

English for New Zealand, also known as New Zealand English, is the variant of English spoken in New Zealand. It only has the status of a de facto official language there, but it is still the most important colloquial language in New Zealand. It is spoken there by about 4 million people either as their mother tongue or as a second language.

New Zealand English, like British English, is one of the West Germanic languages within the Indo-European language family. Starting from England, English spread across the entire British Isles and has become a world language in Australia, New Zealand, Africa and India, mainly as a result of the colonization of America and the colonial policy of Great Britain. The language English was introduced by the colonization of New Zealand by England in the year 1769 and developed there to an individual language variant of the English.

New Zealand English has several similarities with the language variant, which is spoken in Australia. There are also similarities to Scottish English, as there were many immigrants from Scotland in New Zealand.

Unlike British English, New Zealand English sounds more melodic and slightly nasal in pronunciation and tends to pronounce vowels longer than British English. There are also some differences in the vocabulary, especially regarding loan words from the Maori language, the native language of New Zealand, used by the Maori people of New Zealand. The spelling in Australian English uses both, American and British English.

We have already implemented projects in New Zealand English, including telephone-based patient survey systems for the pharmaceutical companies ICON and Pfizer.

Voice over recordings in New Zealand English are carried out in professional recording studios located in New Zealand. We work with native speakers who have a perfect command of the New Zealand English language and are trained professional voice talents.

We are looking forward to your request!

Further languages in Oceania

Show all languages

Professional voice over recordings.
Contact us now

Simply call us and tell us about your project.
Or send us an e-mail or fill out our contact form.
We look forward to your inquiry!

+49 89 20338335 [javascript protected email address]

Contact us