media content localization

Albanian dubbing

Albanian language in an Indo-European language spoken by five to six million people in Albania, Kosovo, western Macedonia, and enclaves elsewhere, including southern Italy and southern Greece. There are two main dialect groups, Gheg (Geg) in the north, including Kosovo and Macedonia, and Tosk in the south. Albanian is the only extant representative of a distinct branch of Indo-European, whose pre-Roman Balkan ancestry is uncertain. The earliest written attestation is from the 15th century, though a standard orthography using the Latin alphabet was not adopted until 1909. The core vocabulary of Albanian is native, though in the course of its history it has absorbed many loanwords from Greek, Latin, Balkan Romance languages (see Romanian), Slavic languages, and Turkish.

Graffitti Studio provides both Broadcasted and Non-Broadcasted native speaking Albanian voice talents with huge experience in TV and Theatrical dubbing, e-learning dubbing projects, on hold and navigation dubbing, film and movie trailer dubbing, TV commercial dubbing, radio commercial dubbing, corporate and training video dubbing, cartoon and animation dubbing, narration and documentary dubbing, lip synchronization dubbing, video game dubbing.
We have ISDN connection which enables you to monitor the entire recording and production process and to talk directly to the talents and sound engineer while recording your Albanian dubbing project.


albanian dubbing