We would be happy to suggest just the right voice talents from Switzerland for your project.
Voice over recording services in Swiss German dialects for your project
Swiss German is the umbrella term for the Alemannic dialects spoken in German-speaking Switzerland. Swiss German dialects are spoken as the mother tongue by almost five million people in everyday life in 21 of the 26 Swiss cantons and in the Principality of Liechtenstein.
The German language in general belongs to the Germanic languages within the Indo-European language family. Swiss German should not be confused with Swiss Standard German, one of Switzerland’s four official official languages, which is spoken in news broadcasts by public broadcasters, in school lessons, at universities, in the parliaments of German-speaking cantons and during debates in the federal parliament.
Within Switzerland, there is a high degree of mutual comprehensibility between the different dialects, so that the Swiss do not communicate with each other in Swiss Standard German. In addition, dialects in Switzerland are more highly regarded than in the rest of the German-speaking area.
Swiss-German dialects can be divided into three dialect groups: Low Alemannic German (e.g. Basel German or Alsatian dialects), High Alemannic German (e.g. dialects in the Principality of Liechtenstein or in the extreme southwest of Baden-Württemberg) and Highest Alemannic German (e.g. dialects of the Valais or the Bernese Oberland). We can organize voice recordings in many Swiss-German dialects, just contact us.
In Swiss German, for example, we already recorded radio ads for the fashion company Charles Vögele.
Voice over recordings in Swiss German are carried out in professional recording studios located in Switzerland. We work with native speakers who have a perfect command of the required Swiss German dialect and are trained professional voice talents.