30.12.2017 - Voice over of IVR messages in Tamil (India), Bengali (Bangladesh), Nepali (Nepal), Burmese (Myanmar), Thai (Thailand), Tagalog (Philippines), Khmer (Cambodia), Vietnamese (Vietnam), Cantonese (Hong Kong), Mongolian (Mongolia), Georgian (Georgia), Albanian (Albania) & Hebrew (Israel)
30.12.2017 - Voice over of IVR telephone messages with Kurdish Sorani female voice artist Begard
28.12.2017 - Voice over with Saudi Arabic male voice talents Hanie and Jasim for recording elearning modules
25.12.2017 - Voice over recording with Urdu male voice over talent Danish for recording multiple explainer videos
25.12.2017 - Voice over with Swedish female voice talent Nina and Norwegian female voice talent Rabe for recording corporate scripts
24.12.2017 - Voice over with Japanese female voice talent Yocee for recording IVR script
23.12.2017 - Voice over with Burmese male voice talent Ko Tony and Burmese female voice over talent Phyu for recording for multiple animatics
22.12.2017 - Voice over with Tigrinya (Eritrea) male and female voice over talents for recording presentation script
21.12.2017 - Voice over with Vietnamese male voice over talent Hong for recording elearning module
18.12.2017 - Voice over with Saudi Arabia based male voice over talent Jasim for recording a questionnaire
Native Mongolian female voice over talent Anjuna | host and presenter, sophisticated, conversational
Native Mongolian female voice over talent Azzaya | melodic, fine & fresh, announcer, characters and roles
Native Mongolian female voice over talent Tsewelmaa | dynamic and vibrant, the girl next door, animated
Native Mongolian female voice over talent Yanjinlham | authoritative, confidant, professional
Native Mongolian male voice over talent Baataraa | corporate announcer, spirited, compere, versatile
Native Mongolian male voice over talent Bat | narrative, composed, all-purpose, original, guy next door
Native Mongolian male voice over talent Hangarid | husky, natural, fluent
Native Mongolian male voice over talent Zanda | base, serious, deep, classic
Maruti Multilingual is the leading Mongolian voice over company in terms of voice over requests received realized and fulfilled per month. Mongolian language has two variants – inner Mongolian and outer Mongolian with script in Cyrillic. Outer Mongolian is the language variant prevalent in Mongolia. The Mongolian voice over is a very secluded market having only a handful professional Mongolian voice over providers in the capital Ulaanbaatar.
Majority of the Mongolian voice over talents are Mongolian TV and radio professionals attached to media broadcasting and advertising companies.
Maruti Multilingual has a broad range of Mongolian voices suitable for any genre, be it elearning, IVR, commercials, documentary, video animation etc.
Middle-aged Adult (late 30s)
Versatile Khmer voice over actor with background in dubbing for movies and TV series, Thavuth can give voice to young and old ladies as well as for kids. She has got soft and sexy voice that is more suitable for commercial brands, trailers and promos.
Lot many brands in Cambodia like Vaseline, Citra, VISO, PH Care use her voice. Thavuth works for TV5 Station for dubbing series and her voice is known throughout Cambodia.
It's a very nice experience to collaborate with you. I'll definitely introduce the service to my friends and coworkers.Youquan Luz (Cindy), Taiwan
All parties are extremely happy with the quality of your team’s voice over and the professionalism of your business. Thank-you very much Maruti!Sarah Oglesby,
Director of Quality Assurance, MHD Productions Limited
Your service is great! We are more than happy to get Somali, Kurdish Sorani, Kurmanji, Farsi and Tigrinya voice over artists at one place.John Ström, Sweden