The Mixtec language (“Tu'un Savi”) belong to the Otomanguean language family of Mexico, and are closely related to the Trique and Cuicatec languages. Regional dialects vary upto 50 different varieties (e.g Tezoatlán , Yosondúa, Xochapa). Mixtec is a tonal language (like most Otomanguean languages); this means that a single written word can have a variety of different meanings depending on the tone and the stress of its pronunciation.
No matter what your requirements are, each of our voice over talent is well experienced and “native”. We constantly update our talent pool through auditions conducted by our equally experienced directors.
Our voice over talents are actors and broadcasters with extensive backgrounds in advertising, theater, radio, TV and film with different range in age and vocal style to suit your specific needs.
We specialize in dubbing, subtitling, Voiceover,
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