Australian Voice Overs

Looking for an Australian voice over or Australian accent? Use the samples below to get a range of our vocal talent. We also offer Australian English translation, localization, casting, dubbing, narration and subtitling services.

Our Australian Voice Over Services

Here at Metro Audio and Video, we’re a voice over agency that offers high quality Australian voice overs. Whether you need an Australian accent for a commercial, a corporate video, a game, or another type of project, we have the perfect voice for you.

We pride ourselves on providing high-quality voice overs that are professional, engaging, and affordable. We understand the importance of having a great voice over for your project, and we’re dedicated to helping you find the best voice for your needs.

If you’re looking for an Australian voice over for your next project, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We would be more than happy to discuss your project with you and provide you with a quote for our services.

FAQs About Our Australian Voice Overs

Is there an Australian English accent?

Yes, there is an Australian English accent, which is distinct from other English accents such as British English and American English. The Australian accent is characterized by its intonation, rhythm, and pronunciation of certain vowel sounds, which are different from those of other English accents.

One of the key features of the Australian accent is the use of a rising inflection at the end of statements, which makes sentences sound like questions. This is known as the “Australian Question Intonation,” and it is a key feature of the accent. Other features of the accent include the pronunciation of the “a” sound, which is often pronounced as “eh,” and the pronunciation of the “i” sound, which is often pronounced as “oi.”

It’s worth noting that the Australian accent can vary depending on the region, with some areas having more distinct features than others. 

How do I choose a voice talent for my Australian project?

Choosing a voice talent for your Australian project can be a crucial step in ensuring that it’s well-received by your target audience. Here are some tips:

Consider the accent: Make sure that the voice talent you choose has a natural Australian accent. Listen to their voice samples to ensure that their accent is authentic and fits your project’s needs.

Check the tone and style: Consider the tone and style of your project and look for a voice talent that can match it. For example, if your project is professional, you may want to choose a voice talent with a more serious tone. If your project is lighthearted or humorous, you may want to choose a voice talent with a more playful tone.

Look for experience: Choose a voice talent with experience in similar projects to yours. This will help ensure that they have the skills and expertise needed to deliver a high-quality performance.

Listen to demos: Listen to voice samples from multiple voice talents to get a sense of their style, tone, and range. This will help you make an informed decision about which talent is the best fit for your project.

Consider the budget: Determine your budget and look for a voice talent that fits within it. Keep in mind that the cost of the talent may vary based on their experience, skill level, and the length and complexity of your project.

By following these tips, you can choose an English-speaking voice talent that will help bring your Australian English project to life and effectively communicate your message to your target audience.

What type of Australian English translation and localization can our team handle?

To provide Australian English translation and localization services, we follow a comprehensive process that includes several stages:

Project Analysis: Our project managers will analyze your needs and goals for the project, including the target audience and the specific type of content that needs to be translated and localized.

Linguist Selection: Our team will carefully select linguists who have native-level fluency in Australian English to ensure the translations are accurate and culturally appropriate.

Translation and Localization: Our expert linguists will then begin the translation and localization process, which may include transcribing audio or video content, translating text, adapting scripts, recording voiceovers, and subtitling or dubbing videos.

Quality Assurance: The translated and localized content undergoes a rigorous quality assurance process to ensure accuracy, consistency, and cultural appropriateness.

Delivery: Once the translations are complete, we will deliver the final product to the client in the desired format.

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Australian Voice Artist Spotlight

NICOLE CANDAN, Australian English Voice Overs

Nicole is an Australian English voice over artist who has been gracing the airways since the age of six. She has recorded tens of thousands of commercials, training videos, webinars, and other projects, demonstrating exceptional talent and a finely-honed skillset. Read more about Nicole on our Voice Talent page. 

About Australian English

Australian English is a unique dialect of the English language with its own slang, pronunciation, and grammar rules. Although it is similar to British English in many ways, there are also some significant differences.

Australian English is generally considered to be more relaxed and informal than British English. This is reflected in the way that words are pronounced and in the use of slang. Australian English also has a unique vocabulary, with some words and phrases that are not used in other varieties of English.

The first recorded instance of Australian English was in 1788, when Captain Arthur Phillip arrived in Sydney with the First Fleet. Since then, the dialect has continued to evolve and develop, incorporating elements from other dialects such as Irish, Scottish, and American English.

The Aboriginal languages of Australia have also had a significant influence on the development of Australian English. One of the most notable examples is the word “kangaroo”, which is derived from the Dharug language. Other words that have been influenced by Aboriginal languages include “boomerang” and “walkabout”. The Aboriginal influence on Australian English is an important part of linguistic history.

Today, Australian English is a vibrant and rich dialect that is spoken by millions of people around the world.

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Ready To Get Started On Your Voice Over Project?

Our team of talented professionals is dedicated to delivering high-quality Australian voice overs that exceed your expectations. We understand that every project is unique, and we make it our priority to meet your specific requirements and preferences.

Contact us today to learn more about our voice over services and to take the first step toward a successful project!

We Offer Translation Services and More!

Our comprehensive language services make us an ideal choice for businesses and organizations looking to expand their reach in Australia. With our experienced team of linguists, voice over talents, sound engineers, and project managers, we provide high-quality and culturally appropriate translation, localization, voiceover, dubbing, narration, and subtitling services that are tailored to meet the specific needs of every client.