Turkish voice overs

Find the perfect Turkish voice for your voice over project.

One of the most complex and beautiful languages, the Turkish language’s soft-spoken, melodic tone will warm your heart. With words that make you feel calm, it’s widely known as a polite language. Spoken Turkish sounds smooth to the ears, the kind that will make you fall in love with it. With its monotonal quality, speaking Turkish will undoubtedly make you stand out.

Turkish voice over info

Turkish voice-overs are certainly special. Not a lot of Turkish people can understand English, making it crucial to speak their language to get closer to them. If your way of reaching out is through video and audio, you’ll need a skilled Turkish voice-over actor. With the most effective voice style and tone of your desired language, voice actors make the best recordings for you.

Origin / History of Turkish voice overs

Turkish is one of the oldest languages in the world, dating back to 5500 to 8500 years. The earliest written records of the Turkish language are on the stone monuments in modern Mongolia. They were monumental Orkhon inscriptions erected to Emperor Bilge Khagan, his brother Prince Kul Tigin, and vizier Tonyokuk. Written on the monuments was the Gokturk Dynasty’s social and political life. When the Gokturk state began to wane, the Turkish’s most important source works were the many written texts of the Uighurs. After abandoning shamanism for Buddhism, Brahmanism, and Manichaeism, the Uighurs began to translate their philosophical and pious works to Turkish.During the Early Middle Ages, the Turkic expansion led to Turkish-speaking people spreading across Central Asia, Europe, and the Mediterranean. One of the remarkable parts of its evolution is when the Seljuq Turks and Kara-Khanid Khanate adopted Islam c. 950. During this period, Persia heavily influenced Turkish literature.From 1299 to 1922, the Ottoman Empire’s literary and official language was the Ottoman Turkish. It was a mix of Turkish, Persian, and Arabic, which was mostly unintelligible to everyday Turkish. When the script reform happened after the state of Turkey was founded, the modern Turkish of today came to be.

Countries that speak Turkish

The Turkish languages are a widely spoken language, mostly in Turkey. Besides its native country, small communities of Turkish-speakers can be found in Germany, Bulgaria, and Austria. They are also present in Greece, North Macedonia, the Caucasus, Northern Cyprus, and other parts of Europe and Asia.

Turkish accent voice overs

The modern standard Turkish is actually based on the Istanbul Turkish dialect. “Istanbul Turkish” serves as the model for the spoken and written Turkish, but dialectical versions remain. Another standard dialect is the Meskhetian Turkish spoken in eastern Turkey on the Asian side. It received significant influence from other languages such as Kazakh and Russian. Cypriot is the Turkish dialect spoken by the people on the island of Cyprus. Since the island is separated from mainland Turkey, this dialect has evolved to be unique than other accents. Another important dialect of the Turkish language is Balkan from the Balkan Peninsula in Southeast Europe. Only a handful of people from the region speak this dialect.

Voice characteristics of the Turkish language

When it comes to voice characteristics, the most notable about the Turkish language is it is soft, smooth tone. Many have described it to resonant, that it flows easily like honey. It’s one of the languages most pleasing to listen to thanks to its melodic quality. With how easy Turkish words roll out of the mouth, Turkish voice-over actors made good with their chosen profession.

Turkish voice overs summary

There’s more to Turkey than strong coffee, beautiful rugs and spicy food. A massive 74.7 million people live in Turkey and most of them speak Turkish. It has the 15th largest GDP in the world. Tapping in to this economic powerhouse means getting along with the locals, and there’s no better way to get along with people than to speak their language like a native.
Show your Turkish audience that you’re serious about communication and get voice overs for all your audio visual materials in faultless Turkish. We’re not talking about the halting efforts of a novice who is learning the language – we’re talking about Turkish as it is spoken by the locals.
Our Turkish locals are all voice over actors with professional credentials and a great track-record and you don’t even have to go to Turkey to find them. Simply contact BunnyStudio and give us your specifications. Before long, you’ll have your perfect voice over.