Scottish English Voice Over Artists
Looking for professional Scottish English voice over artists - look no further!
Our native Scottish English narrators are ready to turn your content into studio-quality voice recordings for TV commercials, explainer videos promotional videos, IVR prompts and any other project you might have for us.
And that's not all...!
We can also help you with these supplemental services:
- Professional subtitling
- Audio sync to Picture
- Sound Effects and Foley
- Mixing & Mastering
- Professional Video Editing and After-Effects
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A Brief Background of the Scottish English Language
The term Scottish English includes all of the English dialects regularly spoken in Scotland.
The most commonly used form is the Standard Scottish English variety, sometimes referred to as SSE.
This variety is used by the working-class people of Scotland, and it is the language that is taught in all Scottish educational institutions.
As with other language blending, the roots of British English and Scottish are evident throughout the dialect.
In the most formal religious, political, and governmental settings, the Scottish language is relied upon heavily.
Both the region and the socioeconomic class of the residents plays a part in how individual dialects are different from each other within the Scottish English language.
Those that are considered to be middle class, tend to speak the more formal version of Standard Scottish English.
Inflections and pronunciation changes between the Highlands and the Lowlands of Scotland, with the Lowlands showing more of a Gaelic influence.
The North and Northeast regions of Scotland can sound very different from the South and West areas.
No matter which group you are trying to access with your media content, our native voice actors are ready to hit the “record” button and bring your content alive!
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