Professional voice over recordings in Indonesian

  • Over 10 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 Indonesia

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Indonesian voice over recording services for your project

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

Indonesian, more precisely “Bahasa Indonesia”, is the official language of Indonesia and is spoken there by about 20 million people as their mother tongue. Approximately 165 million other people speak Indonesian as a second language.

Indonesian is closely related to Malay. The differences between the two languages are mainly due to the influence of different colonization’s: In Indonesia it was the Dutch and in Malaysia the British colonial emperors. Most of the differences between the two languages can be found in the vocabulary.

Indonesian has been using a Latin writing system since 1972. Before that, Indonesia had the so-called Jawi script, which consists of the Arabic alphabet with special characters. Older people in Indonesia still write in Jawi today.

The pronunciation of the Indonesian language is quite simple, since there are almost no phonetic peculiarities.

The Indonesian grammar is also quite simple: There is no genus, tempus, numerus and also no flexion. The plural is often formed by a so-called reduplication (doubling); the majority of “orang” (human) is then e.g. “orang-orang”. Indonesian follows the SVO scheme (subject-verb-object) in the sentence structure, e.g. as also English or German.

We have already implemented a number of projects in Indonesian, including an educational movie for the United Nations (UN); a documentary on the construction of the Makkah Clock Tower; an e-learning course for chip manufacturer Infineon; voice prompt recordings for defibrillator the manufacturer Zoll Medical; an audio guide for the Goethe-Institut and recordings for the hotline of Emirates airline.

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

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