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Hola y Bienvenidos! Looking for that perfect Castilian Spanish voice over to make your project stand out? Look no further! We have vetted voice over artists who have a ton of experience under their belt.

No matter the project, you’ll find the best narrators right here.

TV Commercial? IVR? explainer or promo video? Check! just have a listen to our narrators’ voice samples below and find exactly what you need.

And yes….it gets better!

Voice Crafters also provide supplemental services like sync to picture, subtitling, SFX and much more. We’ll make sure your voice over is broadcast-quality and, if needed, we can mix it with a soundtrack and render it to video for you.

Below you’ll find some of the best voice actors you’ll find online.

All are 100% native speakers and are standing by to deliver high-quality, ready-to-broadcast audio. Just send us your script and receive the voice recording as soon as 24-48 hours later.

Are you localizing media to or from other languages or need help with anything else? just let us know! We’re here to help!

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Manuel S. - professional Spanish (Castilian) voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Manuel S.

Spanish (Castilian) Spain

With competitive rates I take the responsibility for voicing your creations and ideas. My most reque...

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Javier F. - professional Spanish (Castilian) voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Javier F.

Spanish (Castilian) United Kingdom

Very well established and experienced voice actor, known worldwide for his roll as Spanish Buzz in T...

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Pablo M. - professional Spanish (Castilian) voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Pablo M.

Spanish (Castilian) Spain

Spanish voice talent with ten years of work experience for documentaries, commercials, corporate vid...

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Casitilian Spanish voice over - spanish guitar
A Brief Background of the Castilian Spanish language

Castilian Spanish, a member of the Indo-European Family of Languages, sometimes refers to the varieties of the language spoken in northern and central Spain.

Its roots lay in the autonomous region of Cantabria, where it was the local dialect, before spreading to Castile.

Following the merger of Castile, Leon and Aragon in the late 15th century, Castilian became the standard language used in Spain.

In Spanish, the word Castilian (castellano) points to the Old Spanish language which preceded the modern version. Castilian Spanish may also highlight the difference between the Spanish spoken in Spain as opposed its Latin American counterpart.

Castilian Spanish is the official language of Spain, and it shares this status with several regional languages. These include Basque, Catalan/Valencian/Balearic, Galician and Occitan (Aranese).

There are minor variations in the Castilian vocabulary spoken throughout Spain.

Mostly, it’s the pronunciation of words that differentiates between the various dialects. The most noteworthy difference is the pronunciation of the letter “c” before “i” or “e”.

In the northern part of Castile, where it is believed the language is spoken in its purest form, the “c” is actually pronounced as “th”, where as in southern and western Spain, it’s pronounced as an English “s”.

Since most Spaniards from the latter regions colonized Latin America, it became a standard feature of Latin American Spanish.

Two important notes to remember when localizing media:

  1. When translating voice over scripts from English to Spanish, the text will typically increase in word count by around 20 – 30%.
  2. At the same time, normal Spanish speech pace is typically faster than English by about 25%. The fast pace in Spanish coupled with the longer word count may actually end up using the same time frame as the original English speech. However it also depends on the type of voice recording needed and the client’s expectation of the delivery style. Therefore it’s important to have a native speaker adapt the text for sync, if necessary.

Our exceptional voice over artists are experienced in timed voice recordings and we can also help in adapting your text to make sure the narration is as you envisioned.

Call on us today for your next Castilian Spanish voice over project.

Spanish (Castilian) Voice Over Projects
Castilian Spanish voice over for Vacationship

This awesome promo video for the vacationship ad was recorded by Jose C. D.
Jose brings over 25 years of professional VO experience and has voiced for Volkswagen, Timberland, IBM, Vodafone and RyanAir, just to name a few.

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Castilian Spanish voice over for Tampax - Ingredients

This informative voice over was recorded by Yolanda L.

Yolanda’s voice is warm and clear for narrations, fun and young for commercials, professional and smooth for presentations.
Her voice is very flexible and she can imitate almost all accents and ages.

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Castilian Spanish voice over for ShoreTel Connect

This engaging and informative voice over was recorded by the talented Megui C.

Megui is a professional European Spanish and Catalan female voice talent with over 15 years of experience. She has a versatile, warm and elegant voice and has recorded for international TV and online advertising campaigns, corporate videos and narrations.

Visit Megui’s profile here.

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