There are countless Spanish speakers out there, over 585 million to be specific - it is one of the most spoken languages out there. There are immense options for Spanish voice actors - but they are not all equal. Many who speak Spanish as a second language typically talk in the base, standardised version of the language - which is far too generalised to appeal to various Spanish audiences.
This is troublesome for the untrained ear. Hiring a non-native Spanish voice actor can be very bad for business. Fortunately, Voquent's massive directory of professionals has native speakers in every language you need. Simply filter for your project specifications and search to listen to demo samples, tagged to match your options. There is no better way to find the perfect Spanish voice actor.
Your audience will know the difference. Only a professional native Spanish voice actor will carry the nuances required to appeal to this audience properly. Fortunately, with Voquent, you have unmatched access to native Spanish voice actors with experience in this field.
There is no singular Spanish identity in the country. The subdivided nation—a plurinational state—wherein multiple recognised groups co-exist. Each of these nations harbours different languages while still carrying the identity of "Spanish".
Culturally, Spain is heterogeneous, meaning a wide range of cultures embedded throughout the territory. You can find a good analogy for the construction of Spain in comparison to the United Kingdom. English, Irish, and Scottish are comparable to the cultures in Spain; Castilian, Catalan, and Galician. In this analogy, the umbrella term British would serve the same purpose as Spanish. Each sub-division correlates with a different portion of the country. Although Castilian is doubtlessly the most dominant language among these groups – this is the standard Spanish dialect.
But it goes deeper. Much like Spanish is divided amongst accents and dialects worldwide, there are also variations inside Spain itself. Even within the region of Castilian speakers, you can break the standard dialect into further sub-groups: Castilian, Andalusian, and Canarian, to name a few.
Without professional Spanish voice actors, finding the correct version of this language would be complex. At Voquent, we have linguistic experts to determine what Spanish voice actor you need for your audience. Finding the right regional voice actor is vital to lend authenticity to your project. The last thing you want is to approach an audience in the wrong dialect.
The Spanish language can be hard to grasp due to its broad global distribution. Based in the heard of Spain's capital city Madrid. The Royal Spanish Academy keeps track of all the variations of Hispanophone (Spanish-speaking) nations, in affiliation with 22 national language academies.
The Spanish market is ripe for business to access. The Radio market penetration for Spanish audiences is significant. It sits at over 55% of the population as of 2020, which opens opportunities for projects featuring Spanish voice actors. The audiobook market also continues to thrive, year on year.
Voquent offers extensive translation and transcription services to help ensure that you can localise and access your content for your ideal market. Our experts will promptly ensure that your project is ready for the Spanish voice actor or Spanish Narrator of your choosing to get to work.
If you can't find what you are looking for in our catalogue, feel free to reach out to us – we will link you with your perfect Spanish voice actor.
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