Hebrew has a fascinating past as the only language in human history to have died out and then successfully re-introduced. Now, modern Hebrew is spoken by over 8 million people across the world in various different communities and enclaves.
To meet the demand for Hebrew voice talent and the projects that require Hebrew voice actors, Voquent has endeavoured to provide native Hebrew speakers on our website’s database.
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Hebrew is a language with its roots in the Semitic language family, particularly the Northwestern Semitic language family. The earliest versions of Hebrew died out around the 13th century in Europe in the aftermath of the Bar Kokhba revolt. But come the 19th century, the language had been revived to have 5 million native speakers and 4 million second-language speakers due to the rise of Zionism.
It is regulated by the Academy of the Hebrew Language and is the official language of Israel. It is also recognized as a minority language in both Poland and South Africa.
As a language, Hebrew can be split into spoken and written dialects. There are only 4 variants of Hebrew that are written dialects, but over 9 dialects of spoken Hebrew that are: Modern Hebrew, Ashkenazi Hebrew, Sephardi Hebrew, Mizrahi Hebrew, Yemenite Hebrew, Tiberian Hebrew, Medieval Hebrew, Mishnaic Hebrew, and Biblical Hebrew.
For most modern applications, Modern Hebrew is the go-to for Hebrew voice actors. However, Modern Hebrew can also have a Tiberian vocalization. The modern Hebrew we know today was based on the Sephardi pronunciation and Mishnaic spelling during its revival but was influenced heavily by Yiddish.
With Hebrew, finding a native speaker is pivotal to getting a good quality voice recording. Providing native speakers in any language or accent is what Voquent specialise in.
When you work with us, you can take confidence in the fact that we vet every voice that we work with. We like to make sure their recordings are up to the high standard of quality that we expect from our voices.
Any projects we work on get a project manager assigned to them to make sure the project goes smoothly; this is crucial to provide fast and efficient service.
Got a project you need a Hebrew voice actor for, or maybe a specific request? Reach out to us now and let’s talk about what you need.
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