Dear Arabic Voice Seeker,
Please make sure that your voiceover script contains Tashkeel (Diacritics in English).
Tashkeel are the little squiggly and straight lines above and below the above text in Arabic.
I am a Voiceover artist not a linguist and I require that your script be properly prepared before sending it to me. I usually review all scripts sent to me for consistency and proper usage of the Arabic Language but adding tashkeel is not my responsibility.
If your script does not contain tashkeel (also known as Harakat, Diacritics) then there will be a high probability that some of the word pronunciations will not follow proper Classical Arabic grammatical rules.
If you decide to waive the use of the tashkeel then please understand that I will not be responsible for any issues you have later on with your clients nor will I issue refunds on work already done.
Last but not least when presenting me with a script please write numbers out as words and do not leave them in numeral form so don’t write 94 but write ninety four because in arabic the way you say a number changes depending on where it is in the sentence.
If you have any questions about script preparation please send me a message through the contact page.