Tagalog Translation

Tagalog Voice Over / Philippine Voice Over
Philippine Languages Voice Over Service


CreatiVoices provides our global clients with the top quality voice over service with our cutting edge facilities and studio. The professional voice over artists, veteran audio engineers, and voice over directors of CreatiVoices work together to produce good quality Filipino voice overs.


What makes our Philippine Languages voice over services different?

* Veteran voice-over actors/actress in different gender, age and style

* Highly experienced audio engineers and voice over directors

* Advanced studios and cutting edge facilities

* Quality Filipino translation service

* Right methodology – localize the voice to carter for specific target


CreatiVoices’ One-stop Tagalog Voice Over Services

From sourcing appropriate Philippine Tagalog voice-over talent to final delivery of the audio, CreatiVoices is your one stop shop for voice over production providing a wide range of Philippine Tagalog voice over services such as:

* TV commercials

* Radio commercials

* E-learning software

* Computer games

* Narration for documentaries

* Flash and PowerPoint presentations

* Medical narration

* Corporate presentations

* Training videos/audio

* Website voice over

* Audio books

* Animation voice acting


Tagalog Dubbing

We provide professional Tagalog lip-synchronization and narration services to world wide clients. Experienced Tagalog voice actors and directors work together to ensure the best dubbing result of the original quality of the materials.


Tagalog Subtitling

We also have:

* Tagalog translation and localization

* Veteran Tagalog subtitling staff

* Highly experienced video engineers

* Dedicated studios and cutting edge applications

* Right methodology – localize the message to carter for specific target


For more information about CreatiVoices’ Filipino voice over services, visit our website.


About Philippine Languages

Philippine languages are further divided into a handful of subgroups which consist of Northern Philippine languages, Meso Philippine languages, Southern Philippine languages, Southern Mindanao languages, Sama-Bajaw languages and the Sulawesi languages.

The twelve major regional languages are the auxiliary official languages of their respective regions – each with over one million speakers: Tagalog, Cebuano, Ilokano, Hiligaynon, Waray-Waray, Bikol, Kapampangan, Pangasinan, Kinaray-a, Maranao, Maguindanao and Tausug.

Filipino is the national and an official language of the Philippines as designated in the 1987 Philippine Constitution. It is an Austronesian language that is the de facto standardized version of Tagalog. Sometimes the language is incorrectly used as the generic name for all the languages of the Philippines which, in turn, would be incorrectly termed as “dialects“.

Filipino is considered by Ethnologue to be a variant of Tagalog, a Central Philippine language within the Malayo-Polynesian branch of the Austronesian language family. In practical terms, however, Filipino is a synonym for or the formal name of the Tagalog language, especially as used by non-Tagalogs, who may sometimes refuse to refer to their language as Tagalog.