Hindi VO Tips:
VoiceMonk Studio is a full service audio production facility, and that’s not restricted to English. If you need Hindi voice over, we have you covered from the initial translation and adaptation to casting talent and language monitors to help lay down those final recording sessions.
Just like with any language, when you are working with Hindi voice over, you need to consider a lot of things very carefully. What is your goal by translating to or from this language? Who is your specific audience within the group of people who speak this language? Do you know how to adapt your script to speak to this group?
If you need Hindi Voice Over, Translation, Dubbing, Adaptation, Recording for Cartoons, Commercials, Video Games, E-learning Videos or Audiobooks, call VoiceMonk Studio (+91 8700 295 007).
Our Hindi Voice Over Service include:
Hindi Voice Over Artist
Hindi voice over recording
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Hindi TV program voice over
Hindi TV commercial voice over
Hindi Radio commercial voice over
Hindi Radio jingle recording
Hindi ADR film voice over
Hindi corporate video voice over
Hindi training video voice over
Hindi Movie trailer voice over
Hindi cartoon voice over
Hindi e-learning voice over
Hindi audio book voice over
Hindi podcasting voice over
Hindi voice acting voice over
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Hindi narration and documentary voice over
Hindi animation voice over
Hindi video game voice over
Hindi Lip sync voice over
Hindi multimedia voice over
Hindi IVR voice over
Hindi male voice over talents
Hindi female voice over talents
Hindi translation and audio localization voice over
Hindi Female voice over artists
Hindi Male voice over artists
Native Hindi Voice Over Artist
Hindi dubbing Artist
Hindi Voice Artist
Hindi Voice Over Services: Hindi (Hindi: हिन्दी hindī), sometimes spelled हिंदी, also called Modern Standard Hindi (Hindi: मानक हिन्दी mānak hindī), is a standardised andSanskritised register of the Hindustani language. Hindi is an official language of the Union of India, and the lingua franca of the Hindi belt languages.
In the 2001 Indian census, 258 million people in India reported Hindi to be their native language. However, this number includes tens of millions of people who are native speakers of related languages but who consider their speech to be a dialect of Hindi.
Hindi is considered to be a direct descendant of Sanskrit, through Prakrit and Apabhramsha. It has been influenced by Dravidian languages, Turkish, Persian, Arabic, Portuguese and English. Hindi emerged as Apabhramsha (Sanskrit:अपभ्रंश; Corruption or corrupted speech), a degenerated form of Prakrit, in the 7th century A.D. By the 10th century A.D., it became stable. Braj, Awadhi, Khari Boli etc.
are the dialects of Hindi. The dialect of Hindustani on which Standard Hindi is based is Khariboli, the vernacular of Delhi and the surrounding western Uttar Pradesh and southern Uttarakhand. Urdu, literally meaning, “the language of the camp”, a dialect of Hindustani, acquired official linguistic prestige in the later Mughal period (1800s). In the late 19th century, the movement standardising a written language from Khariboli, for the Indian masses in North India, started to standardise Hindi as a separate language from Urdu, which was learnt by the Mughal elite. In 1881, Bihar accepted Hindi as its sole official language, replacing Urdu, and thus became the first state of India to adopt Hindi. Wiki