Vietnamese voice talents: The solo performance

Vietnamese voice talents: The solo performance Vietnamese voice talents: The job of people standing behind the screen in the movies. They are the Vietnamese voice actors but the audience watching film does not know them, but by their voice, they convey the true feelings of each character to the best in the film. They are Vietnamese voice artists. Vietnamese Voice actors are those only use sound to express characters on screen. They work diligently and never complain that “this profession is unappreciated.” When enjoying foreign movies in Vietnam, a large number of audiences are surprised because the foreign actors speak Vietnamese so fluently. In fact, it is the voice of Vietnamese voice talents. Their sounds must perfectly match with the characters’ face, portraying exactly the psychological expressions of the role in all circumstances. But not few know that this Vietnamese voice over career is also coupled with much hardship and… Read More


Vietnamese voice talents (or Vietnamese voice artists) are those read TVC advertisements, documentaries (dubbing), voice over for characters, comments in clips, audio books, narratives, etc. “Welcome you to visit and do shopping at our supermarket, we are having a promotion program …” When hearing this Vietnamese voice, do you feel a bit familiar? It is the job of advertising Vietnamese voice actors on demand. In Vietnam, doing Vietnamese voice over (being Vietnamese voice aritsts) may be a part-time or full-time job. It depends on how much you invest in it. If the partner’s requirements are high, you can record in the studio, if not, you can use your own phone to record, then use the software in the computer to edit and then send complete audio files for your partner. And you are paid salary. If you read transcript only, the salary shall be different from doing post-production by processing… Read More

The importance of a professional Vietnamese voice over

Show You’re Sincere The right professional Vietnamese voice over can be reassuring. It can let people know that you’re honest. The voice you choose will be representing your company or your product. Vietnamese people want to know you are on the level and the way the words are delivered go a long way in reassuring them. Ford, and later Wal-Mart, didn’t just hire Mike Rowe for their commercials because of his distinct, opera-trained pipes. He represents honesty and hard work, and his voice carries that same essence. Even if you aren’t familiar with his TV shows, those qualities are present in his commercial voice over work. He doesn’t sound like a slick salesman. He sounds like your neighbor. Get Emotional How should people feel when watching your video? Confident? Concerned? Hopeful? Excited?  Vietnamese voice artists can imbue the script with emotion. Professionals know where to pause and where to change the… Read More

20 Tips to Record Professional Vietnamese Voice Overs

Vietnamese voice overs require more than just getting a microphone and talking. They are about transmitting a message and making the listener feel something. Whether you’re voicing a character or announcing the latest smartphone, the main goal of professional voice overs is to always get information across effectively, while bringing the Vietnamese listener in and making them feel comfortable with your voice. In this blog, I will give you 20 tips to record professional voice overs in Vietnam, even from the comfort of your home. Let’s begin: Warm Up Your Voice Before grabbing your microphone and hitting the record button, there are certain things you can do to ensure your recordings will sound professional. I’d recommend you start with some Vietnamese vocal warm-up exercises. Start with some breathing exercises, then sing musical scales. The Script It’s a great piece of advice to familiarize yourself from the beginning with what you are about to… Read More

Vietnamese Voice Acting Tips: Dos & Don’ts

What to do or what not to do, for us Vietnamese voice artists, that is the question every time we step into a studio! As a Vietnamese voiceover talent, you will be behind a microphone being instructed during a recording. But you may say, that you can be just on your own in your home studio, without feedback. Well, in that case too, you also need some guidelines. To get you a heads start we have provided a list of dos and don’ts in the current practices of voiceovers! So the next time you are on your way to another voice over job, or just recording that script in your own booth, don’t sweat it! You’ll be prepared with these voice acting tips. Let’s break it down: THE DOS Drink a lot of water to keep your mouth moist. Keep those sinuses clear! Unless you seek medical attention, nose drops… Read More