Browser Not Supported


Upgrade your browser to use Voice Crafters

Sorry...looks like our website doesn't support your current browser.
We support the latest versions of the following browsers:

Click here for our incredible deal on royalty-free music on App Sumo! Click here for our incredible deal on royalty-free music!

Chilean Spanish Voice Over Artists

Hola! Need a native Chilean Spanish voice actor for your project? At Voice Crafters,  you'll find some of the best Chilean talent online! Take a listen to samples below and invite voice artists to quote for your project. Then, hire your favorite one, fund the project and release payment when you're happy with the work. Learn about our services and get VO tips here.

Chilean Spanish Voice Over Artists

Hola! Need a native Chilean Spanish voice actor for your project? Take a listen to samples below and invite voice artists to quote for your project. Then, hire your favorite one, fund the project and release payment when you're happy with the work. Learn about our services and get VO tips here.

See how it works! Need Help?
Elisa D. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Elisa D.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Argentinian)
Spanish (Chilean)
Chile

Hello! My experience as a voice over has been a 14 years very exiting trip until...

Sweet Friendly Smooth
Get my quote nowInvited
Patricio G. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Patricio G.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Chilean)
Chile

Hi, I’m Patricio, an actor and speaker Latino Neutro.

Deep Fresh Locutor neutro
Get my quote nowInvited
Jaime Alfredo N. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Jaime Alfredo N.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Chilean)
Chile

I have worked my career since 1991 as a voice over for corporate and institution...

Interesting Sexy Elegant
Get my quote nowInvited
Step 1
Invite to Project
Listen to samples and invite voice actors to audition and quote for your project.
Step 2
Hire Talent
Hire your selected talent, fund project and communicate via our message board.
Step 3
Release Funds
Approve the recording and release funds for the talent when happy.

Our Chilean Spanish Voice Actors

At Voice Crafters, we pre-screen all our talent, so you can rest assured that our experienced Chilean Spanish voice actors will deliver broadcast-quality recordings. Every time!

Our native voice voice artists have years of voice acting experience and are ready to provide you with any type of voice recording you need, be it for:

…or any other voice over category your project may fall under.

You can work on our platform to get your voice recording, often within 24-48 hours by working directly with the voice actor through our platform. Freely communicate through the project’s message board until the project is complete.

For larger projects involving more moving parts, such as sync, mixing, mastering or even video editing work, just hire us to do the heavy lifting and manage the entire process for you.

We provide quality translations, subtitling and every audio post-production service you can think of.

And there’s more…!

Check out our royalty-free music website for original production music you can use for your video or presentation. Audio Buzz contains a huge catalog of creative tracks at a great price!

Need help with anything? Have any questions about voice over rates? Feel free to contact us. We’re here to help!

 

Chilean Spanish voice actors - Chilean flag

Chilean Spanish voice overs: what you need to know

Chilean Spanish is a group of Spanish language variants that are spoken in Chile. Almost all Chile’s inhabitants speak Chilean Spanish as a first language. It’s considered that 17.5 million people are native speakers of this Spanish variety.

Chilean Spanish belongs to the Western Romance language group, just like its ancestor European Spanish. This Spanish variety is also one of the most spoken Spanish varieties in the world.

Just like the name suggests, Chilean Spanish is spoken in Chile and doesn’t have notable expatriate communities in other countries.

Did you know:

Chilean Spanish is a language rich in exclusive slang and idioms. The Royal Spanish Academy acknowledges more than 2,000 phrases unique to Chilean Spanish.

Chilean Spanish History

Spanish appeared in Chile during the Spanish colonization of the Americas period. Chile’s colonization began in the 1540s. That’s when the European settlers brought their own language — Spanish — that over the centuries would become the dominant language of the continent.

After the Spanish invasion, Spanish became the lingua franca of the region and contributed to the extinction of the minority languages.

In Prehispanic Chile, various indigenous languages were widespread and used both for everyday communication and for official matters. Not many local languages survived, although Chile has 9 indigenous languages that are still used by small isolated communities throughout the country.

Chile gained its independence from Spain in 1818. After the battle for independence, the language that the colonialists once brought became the official language of the country.

Chilean Spanish vs Other Spanish Varieties

If there was a battle for the title of the most unique Spanish variety, Chilean might just win. What’s so distinct about Chilean Spanish is the pronunciation and the vocabulary — it’s very different from other South American Spanish variants. This unique Chilean dialect is one of the hardest for other Spanish speakers to understand.

Because of German immigration to the country, Chilean Spanish has some German features in pronunciation and accent. This phenomenon is mostly noticed in the Southern part of the country.

Chilean vocabulary is very unique, with thousands of locally-specific phrases and words that are most often not understood by outsiders. Argentine dialects have also influenced Chilean vocabulary.

However, Chilean also has many common features with its sister South American Spanish varieties. For example, the final -s is usually dropped or pronounced as ‘h’ instead. The most well-known feature of the Latin American Spanish varieties is the pronunciation of ‘c’ and ‘z’ as ‘s’. In contrast, European Spanish speakers pronounce it as ‘th’.

Did you know:

Chilean Spanish has quite a few loanwords from other European languages that came with European immigrants. Borrowings from French, English, and German are quite common.

Accents and Voice Over Tips

Chilean Spanish doesn’t have distinct regional varieties throughout the country. However, there are a few exceptions in the Far South regions where the spoken language greatly differs from the standard.

When recording a Chilean Spanish voice over, it’s important to note that Chilean Spanish is considered the fastest-paced variety among all Spanish dialects. It also has a very distinct tone with extreme rises and falls. In general, think of Chilean Spanish as a rollercoaster — exceptionally fast and with many highs and lows.

Because of the fast pace, make sure you know your target audience very well. You might need to slow down a great deal if your listeners are not native speakers.

Chilean Spanish is very rich with region-specific vocabulary and slang. If the recording allows for informal speech, make sure you include the unique idioms.

Privacy Preference Center

    Strictly Necessarily

    These cookies are necessary for the site to function.

    wordpress_{hash}, wordpress_logged_in_{hash}, wordpress_test_cookie, wordpress_cf_adm_use_adm, PHPSESSID, _icl_current_language, gdpr[allowed_cookies], gdpr[consent_types], gdpr_disable_hotjar

    Statistics

    We use Google Analytics to gather statistics about user activity. All user information tracked is anonymous. Types of information tracked: approximate location, language, pages visited, clicks, form submissions, etc.

    Hotjar.com cookies are used to track user activity in more detail to help with improving site usability. This implies tracking mouse movements, general interactions with the website, keyboard activity for non-personal information, IP, approximate location, etc.

    _ga, _gid, __utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmt, __utmz