Tag Archives: Regionally Authentic Voices

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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Voice Branding for a Global Economy: The More You Grow, the More You Should Know

Voice Prompt Recording and Language Localization for Emerging International Markets If your firm is expanding (or considering expansion) into international markets, you may have your roadmap already figured out. Certainly, Spanish and French Canadian are essential for North America, and … 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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Connecting with Spanish-Language Markets: Muy Importante

GM Voices Delivers Authentic, Regional Dialects for Any Application Spanish is one of the most commonly used languages in the world, marking its place right behind English and Mandarin Chinese. Over 400 million people are estimated to speak Spanish as … Continue reading

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