Romanian Voice Over: Casting & Recording
If you’re seeking Romanian voice over for your next project, you’ve come to the right place. At Creative Media Design, we cast and record a broad range of non-union voice over talent to be used for any type of production—whether it be a TV programme, film, or documentary. When you work with us, you’ll be able to choose from the wide variety of voices we offer, including foreign languages, accents, TV promo voices, and more. With regards to our Romanian voice over talent, however, we have options for both male and female voices and a great selection of different voices therein.
Of course, when utilizing Romanian voice over (or any language) for a production, it’s important to consider a few key factors with regards to how the voice talent will be used, the type of production, and the intended audience. To better help you determine what type of Romanian voice will suit your project best, allow us to provide insight as to how to go about the process. First, let’s take a look at a quick overview of the Romanian language.
Overview of the Romanian Language
In short, Romanian is a widely used language. A Romance language, Romanian stands as the official language in Romania and the Republic of Moldova, while it remains one of the official languages of the European Union and the Latin Union. In total, Romanian is the native language of over 24 million people, while over 4 million speak it as a second language.
Being a Romance language, Romanian shares many aspects in terms of grammar and usage with Spanish, French, and Italian. However, due to Romania’s location, the language has adopted some aspects of Russian and Bulgarian. Considering this, there are some small variations within depending on region. Regardless, due to the wide usage of the language, it’s a common necessity for those seeking foreign language voice over.
Using Romanian Voice Over: Factors to Consider
When it comes to using foreign language voice over, such as Romanian, there are a few factors you need to consider before the casting and recording process. Factors such as how the voice will be used (dubbing, narration, etc), the type of production, and the intended audience for the production should all be taken into consideration. For example, in writing the script (which will need precise translation), you need to factor in the difference in timing for the Romanian voice over. As with any foreign language, lines in the script may take longer to speak and record—and that needs to be accounted for prior to recording.
Furthermore, the type of voice will also be influenced by the type of production and audience, as well as the character whose voice is being dubbed. If you’re working on a film and a character’s original dialogue will be dubbed, the Romanian voice over talent you choose should have a fitting voice. If it’s a documentary, both the content and audience for such may require a specific voice—whether that be a strong male’s or calming woman’s.
Find an Appropriate Voice with CMD
Though there may be quite a bit to consider in using Romanian voice over, the process of casting and recording voice talent, and mixing the final product, can be simple when working with CMD. If you’re interested in utilizing a Romanian voice over talent for your next project, contact us today.You can give us a call at 212-213-9420.