Our voice-over services utilise foreign language voice talents from around the world to provide our customers with the most diverse and highest quality products available. Voice-over services and production is an integral part of language services, be it for corporate DVDs, radio or TV commercials or announcements, documentaries, movies, computer games, e-learning or any other audio-visual media.
At 2M we are known for our talents and multilingual voice-over services. All voice talents are native speakers and experienced language professionals. We also provide voices of trained actors and character voices.
We offer a broad range of European, Asian, African and Indigenous languages as well as different English accents for multicultural marketing purposes. Our talent from around the world provides our customers with the most diverse and highest quality voice-over products available. Below we have included a range of voice samples for you to listen to. After clicking on the link to the sample, the sound file will start playing in the Audio Player. You may need to allow a few seconds for it to load.
Listen to a variety of samples or please contact us to arrange for a language sample to be sent to you via email. All formats supported, and edited audio files are delivered securely. We also produce audio files in oral languages (e.g. Indigenous and some African and Asian languages) and in languages where the target audience may be partly illiterate. Please check a range of Indigenous recordings on our YouTube Channel here.
We have a number of native male & female voice actors. The list below is not exhaustive, please contact us if you would like to explore more voice options.
Parent TV provides parenting education & learning courses to help parents being more confident and connected when raising their children. After a successful launch with English content, Parent TV wished to reach a larger audience by localising some of its courses into Mandarin.
Thanks to our voice-over & dubbing services, they are now able to offer their learning experience to Chinese communities expanding exposure of their course content.