dutch male voice-over
if you are looking for a Dutch male voice talent, you came to the right place. I am a fulltime professional voice-over with more than 20 years of experience, and with my own fully equipped sound studio.
I am specialized in corporate, educational and commercial voice work. Experienced in synchronizing to a recording in another language.
Is there a Dutch script that you like me to record for you? Great! Please send it to me through email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I will reply the same day and as soon as we agree on what to do exactly, how to deliver and for what price I will start recording. This can often be finished within 2 days. Sometimes even faster than that. Only if the script has more than 2000 words it may take longer.
If my recording will be used in a video, and the video is ready and available, please send that to me as well so I can synchronize my lines to it. This will save you some time and I can be sure that my pace and tone do match.
Below are my voice demo compilations. You can listen directly by clicking on the play button. If you like to download a demo, click on the yellow download button. By clicking on the title the demo will open in a new window.
And if you like me to record a custom demo, just let me know.
The demos above are all collections with many different samples, in order to give you a quick impression of my voice capabilities. If you like to listen to longer recordings in one style, please click here.
My studio equipment
Sennheiser MKH-416 • AKG C414 XLII • Røde K2
RME Fireface UFX+ • Adam S3H + Sub12
Sennheiser HD-25 • BeyerDynamic DT-770
Apple MacPro 7.1 • ProTools HD • Logic Pro
FabFilter Total • Soundtoys 5 • UAD
Dutch / Netherlands / Holland
Just to be sure: my native language is Dutch, as it is spoken in the Netherlands, Europe. Some people call our language Netherlandish or Netherlandic in order to avoid confusion with Deutsch (which means German in Germany). Germany is our neighboring country to the east.
I live in, and was born in: the Netherlands. Don’t ask me why but in English our language is most often called Dutch.
In voice scripts and file names often the abbreviation ‘NL’ is used for Netherlands/Dutch.
And what is the difference between Holland and Netherlands? Well, Holland is actually a part of the Netherlands. When people say Holland, they most of the times mean Netherlands.
The capital of the Netherlands is Amsterdam. I live in Wageningen, which is in the centre of our country, about 80 kilometers (50 miles) from Amsterdam.
On this map of Europe you can see where Netherlands is located. The orange country, left of Germany, right of the United Kingdom.
And yes, Netherlands is not a very large country, but it has more inhabitants than Norway and Sweden combined.
Netherlands and Belgium
Do you like to know more about the differences between Netherlands and Belgium? And between Dutch and Flemish? Here is all you need to know for voice recording projects: