We would be happy to suggest just the right Icelandic voice talents for your project.
Icelandic voice over recording services for your project
The Icelandic language belongs to the North Germanic languages within the Indo-European language family and was brought to the island from Norway with the Vikings. Icelandic is closely related to the Norwegian language and knows some loan words from the English language.
In order to preserve the Icelandic tradition of the language, Icelanders decided over 200 years ago not to integrate loan words and foreign words into their language. Iceland has had its own committee since 1964, which, for example, develops its own and new Icelandic words for technical innovations. The Icelandic language of today is almost the same as the one brought to the island by the Vikings.
There are no dialects in the Icelandic language. Icelandic uses the Latin script with its own alphabet. In Icelandic there are 4 cases: nominative, genitive, dative and accusative. The sentence structure in Icelandic follows the SVO scheme (subject-verb-object), as for example also in the English, German or French language.
We have already implemented a number of projects in Icelandic, including the recording of an employee training for SAI Global, an Australian financial company.
Voice over recordings in Icelandic are carried out in professional recording studios located in Iceland or Norway. We work with native speakers who have a perfect command of the Icelandic language and are trained professional voice talents.