Is your project at the stage where you need to source a Norwegian Narrator? Well, a narrator (or forteller in Norwegian can be a vital component for allowing your project to be more accessible.
Norwegian (or Norsk) as a language doesn’t only serve Norway. Worldwide the language has over 5 million people speaking it. The language is the official language of Norway and the Nordic Council, meaning that it is also a primary language in Sweden, Finland, Iceland, and Denmark.
Norwegian is considered a fairly complex language. A general consensus agrees that the huge variety of differences in the language and how it is spoken make it difficult to get a true count of the number of dialects.
However, it is said that there are around 12 main dialects that are easier to recognize within Norwegian such as Søvestlandsk, Austlandsk, and Nordlig Nord Norsk, to name but a few.
Fun fact: Norway decided to knight a King Penguin in 2008 after the Penguin was admitted into the Norwegian guard in 1982 as its mascot.
Making your project available and accessible to all these people is where Voquent comes in. Our job is to connect you and your project with native Norwegian narrators that are located within Norway.
We have worked hard to ensure that we have talent native to these regions to ensure that you have access to authentic Norwegian speakers and accents for your project.
Part of what we offer here at Voquent is a wide range of translation and transcription services, plenty of narrators to choose from, and every voice we work with is vetted by our audio experts for professional work.
We can also provide access to local recording studios for Norwegian narrators that don’t have home studios up to meet our high standard for recordings.
Our in-house production team also endeavours to oversee every project we work on with our customers to ensure every project is streamlined for efficiency as well as being proof checked for quality. Our job is to ensure that your project has both the resources and talent it needs to become a reality.
We realize that we may not have what you are looking for, or you may need some help finding what you are looking for, and if that is the case, you can reach out to us here.