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Hire Top Latin American Spanish Voice Over Artists

Hola! Looking to hire a Latin American Spanish voice over for your project? Well, we've got you covered with some of the best Spanish voice actors in existence! Select and invite voice artists to send you proposals. Then, just hire your favorite voice talent and fund the project. We'll hold your funds securely until the job is done. Get your files and release payment when happy! Learn more about our services here.

Hire Top Latin American Spanish Voice Over Artists

Hola! Looking to hire a Latin American Spanish voice over for your project? Select and invite voice artists to send you proposals. Then, just hire your favorite voice talent and fund the project. We'll hold your funds securely until the job is done. Get your files and release payment when happy! Learn more about our services here.

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Patricio G. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Patricio G.
Spanish (Latin American)
Chile

Hi, I’m Patricio, an actor and speaker Latino Neutro. I have 30 years of experie...

Deep Fresh Locutor neutro
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Pablo P. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Pablo P.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Puerto Rican)
United States

My voice has been the foundation for adverts across both radio and television fo...

Deep convrersational Trusthworthy
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Luis M. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Luis M.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Mexican)
Mexico

I am passionate about emotional marketing and a specialist in storytelling. Anno...

dynamic efficient text comprehension
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Andrea B. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Andrea B.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Mexican)
United States

Hola! I’m a full time Bilingual Voice Over Artist in English and Spanish with mo...

Bilingual in Spanish and English inviting conversational
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Jaime Alfredo N. - professional Spanish (Chilean) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Jaime Alfredo N.
Spanish (Chilean)
Spanish (Latin American)
Chile

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

Interesting sexy elegant
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Tulio F. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Tulio F.
Spanish (Latin American)
Colombia

I´m available to do professional voiceover-dubbing in neutral spanish (Latin Ame...

Commercial Serious Corporate
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Jesse E. - professional English (American) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Jesse E.
English (American)
Spanish (Latin American)
United States

Hello, I’ve been blessed to have 2 passions in life, my career, and my family. I...

smooth deep conversational
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Nacho S. - professional Spanish (Argentinian) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Nacho S.
Spanish (Argentinian)
Spanish (Latin American)
Argentina

My voice is strong and powerfull for presentations, rock related commercials or ...

Strong Powerfull Friendly
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Freddy G. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Freddy G.
Spanish (Latin American)
Mexico

I'm a Latin Voiceover Talent who works in neutral latin spanish from Mexico sinc...

Dynamic Funny Enthusiastic
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Rod G. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Rod G.
Spanish (Latin American)
United States

My name is Rod and I’m a professional Latin American voice actor. I’ve been a VO...

Modern Elegant Clear
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Arnaly A. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Arnaly A.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Venezuelan)
Canada

I have always been very vocal. Since a very young age, I started singing profess...

conversational formal professional
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Sabrina R. - professional Spanish (Argentinian) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Sabrina R.
Spanish (Argentinian)
Spanish (Latin American)
Portugal

Sabrina is an Argentinian voice over. She began her career as a commercial voice...

Deep Trustworthy Fast
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Alejandro M. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Alejandro M.
Spanish (Latin American)
Spanish (Mexican)
Mexico

Since I was 9 years old I have been involved in Radio and all Recording Business...

Modulated orotund ringing
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Santiago M. - professional Spanish (Argentinian) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Santiago M.
Spanish (Argentinian)
Spanish (Latin American)
Argentina

Hello My name is Santiago and I am an Argentinean Voiceover Artist. I work as a:...

conversational genuine believable
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Jorge A. - professional Spanish (Latin American) voice actor at Voice Crafters
Jorge A.
Spanish (Latin American)
United States

Spanish speaking, versatile Radio Anchor brings over 18 years of broadcasting ex...

Corporate Warm Deep
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Hire Top Latin American Spanish Voice Actors at Voice Crafters

Our professional Latin American Spanish voice actors  can record in neutral Spanish and help you reach a wider audience in Latin America. A conscious effort that takes years to perfect!

Our narrators can easily adapt your copy and deliver broadcast-quality voice recordings for your next project. Whatever the project, our voice over services provide solutions for:

….or anything else requiring that perfect Latin touch – rest assured our voice over artists can deliver. You’ll get a broadcast-ready voice recording, usually within 24-48 hours.

Get proposals and work directly with our voice actors through our platform, or for bigger jobs involving localization, translation and/or more post-production work, simply hire us to manage the process for you.

We can also help you syncing your voice recording to picture, add subtitles and sound effects, mix, master and more!

We can also perform video editing and encode the video for you – everything you need under one roof!

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Of course, if you need assistance with finding a suitable match or if you have questions about voice over rates or anything else, just send us a message and we’ll be glad to help!

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Latin American Spanish voice overs: what you need to know

Latin American Spanish is a wide variety of Spanish dialects spoken throughout South America, primarily in Venezuela, Argentina, Colombia, and The Caribbeans. Just like the European Spanish, Latin American Spanish is a Western Romance language.

In fact, Spanish is the second most common language in the Southern Hemisphere and the most spoken language in South America. Out of 470 million people that speak Spanish worldwide, an impressive 422 million speakers reside in Latin America.

Various Latin Spanish varieties serve as official or national languages in 21 countries throughout Latin America. Outside the continent, Latin American Spanish is extensively spoken in The United States and Canada by expatriates.

Did you know:

The Royal Spanish Academy is in charge of the Spanish language development, grammar rules, and vocabulary expansion. While the academy itself is located in Madrid, it has many departments throughout Latin America.

Language History

Spanish wasn’t always the most prominent language in Latin America. Historically, indigenous local languages dominated the continent up to the 14th century.

The Spanish language was brought by Spanish colonialists in the 15th century. The first Spanish speaking communities were established in Central America as well as southern South America. As the Spanish rule of the continent expanded, so did the European language

However, as time passed, the Spanish language that was spoken in Latin America started deviating from the European variation. The colonial language blended with local language varieties, producing very unique dialects — they were still Spanish, however, very different from its European predecessor. Linguists claim that Mexican and Peruvian local dialects had the biggest impact on Latin American Spanish.

Latin American countries starters to gain back independence throughout the 20th century. However, after 5 centuries of history, the Spanish language was there to stay. 21 countries throughout Latin America established Latin American Spanish variation as their official language.

Close Relations

Latin American Spanish has similarities to other languages in the Western Romance group. While it’s not mutually intelligible with any Romance language, it does share common grammar and some vocabulary with French, Romanian, and Italian.

Just like European Spanish, Latin American Spanish is most closely related to Portuguese but the two languages are not mutually understandable. However, Latin American Spanish varieties share many common vocabulary, pronunciation, and grammar rules with Portuguese.

Latin American Spanish varieties are mutually intelligible with Spanish spoken in Europe. However, Spanish in Latin America has a slightly different vocabulary as it has been influenced by local languages.

Latin American Spanish vocabulary is primarily of Latin origin — a shared feature of all Romance languages. However, it extensively borrowed words from Italian, French, Arabic, and indigenous local languages. Naturally, different Latin American Spanish varieties have slight variations when it comes to loanwords.

Did you know:

The biggest difference between Latin American Spanish and European Spanish varieties lies in the vocabulary. Even words for everyday objects differ quite severely. For example, a computer for European speakers is ordenador, for Latin American speakers — computadora.

Accents and Voice Over Tips

Latin American Spanish is the term that covers dozens of different regional dialects throughout Latin America. There isn’t one universal Spanish dialect that would be used as a Latin American Spanish standard. Among many, more prominent regional variations are Argentinian Spanish, Colombian Spanish, Puerto Rican Spanish, and Peruvian Spanish.

While Latin American Spanish dialects have some common features, compared to the European variety. For example, in Latin America, the formal you (“vosotros”) isn’t used. Additionally, Latin American varieties tend to drop the letter s or pronounce it as h.

Recording a voice over in Latin American Spanish may “cover” you when  want reaching out to Latin American countries in general. However, it’s crucial to know who your target audience is. Sometimes a regional accent may be preferable, depending on your goals.

 

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