Tag Archives: Language Localization

The Multilingual Experiment: Take Two

Businesses Can “Learn” Languages Just like People, and the Benefits Are Similar Eight years ago, I was confronted with a harsh realization: To graduate college, I would need to take several semesters of a foreign language. Eep. It had been … Continue reading

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Globalization: Good for Business, Bad for Linguistic Diversity

As One Language Nears Extinction, the Struggle to Preserve Other Native Languages Continues Gyani Maiyi Sen, a seventy-five-year-old woman, sits in Nepal as the only fluent speaker of Kusunda in the world. Sorry guys—GM Voices is known for its huge … Continue reading

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From India to Spain: Distinctive Languages for International Markets

Expanding Our Language Offering for Global Connectivity You may already know that GM Voices provides a global network of male and female voice actors who record in over 100 languages and dialects. Our language offering is constantly expanding to meet … Continue reading

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Parlez-vous français? Oui.

In Quebec and Much of Canada, French Voice Prompts Are Très Important There are few countries in the world where you will find such bilingualism as there is in Canada. The nation declares both English and French as official languages … Continue reading

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GM Voices at SpeechTEK 2010: A Booth and a Broomstick

Bringing the Voice Prompt Magic to NYC August 2-4 Indeed, there is a magical component that goes into developing world-class Voice Brands, editing voice prompts better than anyone in the biz, and localizing speech applications. Usually, we keep the wizard gear … Continue reading

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