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Why Voices is your global source for voice actors

Experienced Talent

Multi-talented professionals equipped to take on your voice over needs.

Reliable Pros

Post a job and get custom auditions from seasoned pros in a variety of industries.

Memorable Sound

Get help honing a distinct and recognizable sound that will increase brand recognition and resonate with your target audience.

Global Voices

We bring together over 2 million people from 160 countries to complete jobs in a range of languages.

Team Collaboration

Collaborate easily with your team on projects with our user-friendly platform.

Project Management

Our Managed Services team can take care of everything, and adjust to your workflow and preferences.

Get access to the world’s top voice actors

Voices is trusted by the world’s most prominent brands


Voices in action

At Voices, the number of project types that we can help you complete are nearly endless.
Our consumer brand clients rely on us for all their voice over requirements.

How Voices Works

Learn how Voices makes finding professional creative talent faster and easier than anyone else.

How Voices’s SurePay™ service offers a proven and safe way to pay

No matter if you are an independent company or part of a larger corporation, your funds are always important to you. Voices’s SurePay™ service offers a reliable, protected, risk-free way to pay for the talent you hire and ensure your transactions are secure. Don’t pay until you’re satisfied.

Our voting feature enables remote teams to compile shortlists

Narrowing down your choices can help you to present only the best voices to those who are helping you decide. You can create custom shortlists through Voices, to make those difficult decisions easier.

Top skills consumer brands love

Here are the top five skills that our consumer brand clients source from Voices. Select a skill to explore creative talent in that category.

Our Consumer Brand Client Case Studies

Learn about how Voices helped to bring these projects to life for some of the world’s most loved and notable brands.

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Explainer video for Thread Studio (Shopify)

Thread Studio needed a friendly and engaging voice that didn’t sound like an ‘announcer’ to guide users through a tutorial of their application. This tutorial benefits users who are new to VR and walks them through commands and how to best use VR to create their perfect shirt. Here’s how Voices helped Thread Studio produce explainer videos and demos that showcase how their app functions.

1 female talent
1 day custom auditions
1st Shopify app
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Training videos for Render

Whether you want to liven up your health and safety training, or new employee onboarding, the right voice over can really set the stage for the learner outcome and set your team up for success. Here’s how Voices helped Render with their multilingual elearning training video.

9 languages
<48 hour turnaround
67k+ people engaged
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Explainer video for Yielder

Whether you need a down-to-earth voice to help you connect your products and services to your customers, or a professionally voiced, quick employee training video, finding the right voice over can determine the viewer’s experience with retaining information and engagement with your content. 

60 unique auditions
48 hours to complete
40k+ social views

Audio advertising for The Junkluggers

The audio medium is flourishing, thanks to opportunities through audio platforms like Pandora, podcast advertising, and voice-first devices. No matter the channel, you still need the right voice. Here’s what you need to know about sourcing it. Here’s how we helped The Junkluggers find the voice for their Pandora audio ad.

600k listens a month
1 hour to complete
3 versions

“I did a quick casting for a last-minute radio spot we have for a local Nissan dealer… and boy did you guys deliver. I had over 30 auditions in about 90 minutes, and making the choice was a tough call. All-in-all, this has been a fast, simple, efficient and totally professional process. And our agency president is sold on using Voices for future voice casting needs.”

John Drew,
Basset & Becker Advertising

Consumer brands industry statistics

What are the top consumer brands these days? How are brands using voice over?
Check out these interesting statistics:

M&M’s, Band-Aid, Ziploc, Hershey’s and Kleenex are the top five most popular consumer brands
Source: YouGov
Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook are the five most valuable brands in the world
Source: Forbes
48 percent of consumers admit to supporting brands that are active in supporting social causes
Source: BCG
Slack, BarkBox, Fridababy and Mailchimp are leading the way with their use of voice, tone and style
Source: UX Collective

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Frequently Asked Questions

The consumer goods market is considered the largest in the world, estimated at $2 trillion. Consumer goods are considered any good purchased by the end consumer (ie: not a manufacturer or reseller). These include a range of items such as food, clothing, automobiles, personal care, etc. Consumer goods are often purchased on brand recognition so it's important to build a loyal customer base.

The four types of consumer products are convenience products, shopping products, speciality products, and unsought products.

Convenience products tend to be purchased with high frequency and often rely on brand recognition (laundry detergent, toilet paper, flour, etc.). Shopping products are purchased with a bit more focus on quality, price and other attributes (clothing, shoes, furniture). Speciality products are, as the name implies, a special purchase. They are purchased with significantly less frequency and involve a high level of discretion from the consumer (expensive cars, professional music equipment). Unsought products are things that the consumer doesn't know about or doesn't anticipate needing. New products are typically unsought.

Both staple and impulse goods are consumer products, but they differ based on frequency of need. Staple goods are products that are needed regularly, even daily. Impulse goods are products that are purchased on a whim, or impulse, and are not required for everyday living.

Advertising campaigns are used effectively with both types of products.

Anything that is purchased by a consumer for consumption can be considered a consumer product. Things like clothing, food and retail products are consumer products.