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Hire Top Turkish Voice Over Artists

Looking to hire a native Turkish voice actor for your creative project? Look no further! Listen to Turkish voice samples below and invite our professionals to send you quotes. From there, hire your favorite talent and fund the project. Your payment will be held securely until the end of the project. Once you approve your files, release your payment to the voice actor and you're done! Learn more →

Hire Top Turkish Voice Over Artists

Looking to hire a native Turkish voice actor for your creative project? Listen to Turkish voice samples below and invite our professionals to send you quotes. From there, hire your favorite talent and fund the project. Your payment will be held securely until the end of the project. Once you approve your files, release your payment to the voice actor and you're done! Learn more →

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Mehmet O.
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Premium Talent

He has a rich well-articulated baritone voice. He can intone material from soft and warm with honest sincerity...

Deep Trustworthy Turkish
Starting at $300
Burak P.
Good Value

My name is Burak. I am a professional Turkish Voice Over Artist. I am a perfectionist while working. I am pass...

Conversational Trustworthy Friendly
Starting at $75
Hasan T.
Good Value

Hello, my name is Hasan Tırpan from Turkey , I do Turkish voiceovers professionally. Having graduated from Bas...

Dublaj ŞİKAK SES Derin ses
Starting at $75
Gokmen B.

I'm a turkish voiceover talent from Turkey. I've been recorded thousands projects since 1993. I'm also a acto...

Confidence Trustful Energetic
Merve S.

I am a native Turkish female Voice Over in her 30s, with a warm, deep, friendly and peaceful voice.

Warm Deep Friendly
Hemi Y.
United Kingdom

My name is Hemi and I am a professional actor and a Turkish voiceover artist with over 15 years of experience.

Friendly Warm Versatile
Caner Ö.

I am a 47 years old Turkish male voice actor. I graduated from Ege University, Faculty of Communication, Depar...

Deep Energetic Believable
Gokhan E.

Male Turkish voiceover artist from Turkey. Professional Turkish voiceover artist with full range of voices wit...

Calm Corporate Emotional
Selcuk B.

Hi, This is Selcuk , Turkish voice over actor from Ankara Turkey. I have a colorful voice acting style. Versat...

Versatile Deep Trustworthy
Erkan Y.
United States

My name is Erkan I Live in Los Angeles I have a Production Studio at my apartment and I am working as a voiceo...

Narration Deep Commercial
Mehmet S.
Top Rated 24h Delivery

I am Mehmet, a native male Turkish speaker with years of experience in voice overs. I have been doing dubbing ...

Deep Narration Commercial
Zafer A.

I’ve been dubbing for 20 years. State television and private television in Turkey I’ve done voiceovers in more...

Dubbing Voice over Turkish
Kerem A.

Hi! I can record Turkish Voice over as a native Turkish speaker and send to you via the internet. Recordings w...

Warm Dynamic Excited
Can K.

C .K. is a Turkish voice over artist & sound producer

Warm Deep Vibrant
Oguzhan B.

Hi! My name is Oguzhan … I have been doing professional voice recordings for about 5 years … During this time,...

Friendly Deep Warm
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Hire Top Turkish Voice Actors at Voice Crafters

Our pre-screened, professional Turkish voice actors are ready to record the perfect voice over for you for any type of project.

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Or any other project, you’ll find the perfect Turkish voice right here!

You can post your project and work directly with the voice actor you hire through our platform. Typical turnaround times are 24-48 hours.
For larger projects involving localization and/or post-production work, simply hire us to manage the entire project for you.

We provide end-to-end solutions including:

  • Professional translation to and from Turkish
  • Turkish subtitles
  • Audio sync-to-picture
  • Sound effects and Foley
  • Mixing and mastering
  • Professional Video Editing and After-Effects

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Turkish voice actors - mosque in Sultanahmet Turkey

Turkish voice overs: what you need to know

Turkish, sometimes called Istanbul Turkish, belongs to the Turkic language branch. Around 88 million people speak Turkish, out of which 76 million are native speakers.

Turkish is the sole official language of Turkey and one of the official languages of Cyprus. The Turkish language is also commonly used in the territories of the former Ottoman Empire — Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, and Kosovo.

Due to vast emigration, there are prominent Turkish-speaking communities in the European Union, especially Germany, France, The Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.

Did you know:

Turkish is the most widely spoken Turkic language in the world. Around 40% of Turkic language speakers speak Turkish.

Language History

The modern Turkish language descended from Old Anatolian Turkish — a language that was spoken in the Anatolian Peninsula since the 11th century. It’s considered that Turkish as an independent language appeared around the 13th century. Around this time, the first texts written in Old Turkish emerged.

Four periods of Turkish language history are distinguished: Old Turkish, Middle Turkish, Newer Turkish, and Modern Turkish. Modern Turkish as it’s used today greatly differs from its predecessors. Turkish underwent great reforms in the early 20th century, just after the fall of the Ottoman Empire.

Once the Republic of Turkey was established in 1923, the Turkish language went through extensive transformations. In order to “purify” the language from Arabic and Persian influences, Turkish script was changed from Arabic to Latin. Additionally, many loanwords from other languages were dropped and changed into native Turkish words.

Close Relations

Turkish is mostly related to other Turkic languages — Turkmen, Uzbek, Azerbaijani, and Kazakh. In fact, Turkish and Azerbaijani are considered to be mutually intelligible. The two languages share the majority of the vocabulary as well as similar grammar and pronunciation rules.

Despite popular belief, Turkish and Arabic are not very similar. The two languages belong to different language groups. However, Turkish does have many vocabulary borrowings from Arabic.

In terms of foreign loanwords, around 14% of the Turkish vocabulary is foreign. Turkish extensively borrowed from the previously mentioned Arabic as well as Armenian, Persian, French, Italian, and Greek.

Did you know:

There are some commonly used words in English that are of Turkish origin. For example, yogurt, baklava, yurt, kebab, and coffee.

Accents and Voice Over Tips

Since Turkish is a widespread language, it has many dialects and varieties that are used in specific regions. Turkish dialects that are used in Turkey are categorized into three regional groups: Eastern Anatolian, Northeastern Anatolian, and Western Anatolian. Varieties that are spoken outside of Turkey have their own distinct features. However, the majority of Turkish dialects are mutually intelligible.

The Standard Turkish variety is based on the dialect spoken in Istanbul — the country’s capital. The standard language variant is preferred in all official matters, education, and media publications. However, regional dialects are widely used in everyday communication.

Spoken Turkish has a very unique sound system, characterized by vowel harmony. Turkish is an agglutinative language, meaning that new words are formed by adding suffixes or prefixes to the already existing words. So, vowel harmony rules prescribe which vowels can be used together.

As a result, spoken Turkish is a rather difficult language to understand to the foreign ear. When recording a Turkish voice over, make sure you’re aware of your target audience. If your listeners are mostly foreign, you might want to slow it down and pronounce words as clearly as possible.



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