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Non-Binary Voice Actors - Voquent

Non-Binary Voice Actors

Find approved non-binary voice actors with verified home studios.

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About Non-Binary Voice Actors

When casting a character who doesn't slot into established traditional gender identities, it's important to remain authentic in the performer you cast. Working with Non-Binary voice actors is important to provide genuine representation to an often sidelined demographic. 

At Voquent, we only work within the bounds of authenticity. Our immense network of professionals is the best place to find non-binary voice actors in an assortment of tones and styles. Simply filter and search to find relevant Demos, tagged to match your project specifications. We have revolutionised and optimised the experience. The Demo search functionality provides you with custom Demos to listen to; turn hours, into minutes.

Our directory of voice actors speaks in any language or accent you require. There is no reason to minimise your localisation efforts based on lack of access. Pair your project with our extensive accessibility functions to truly open up your work to foreign and disabled audiences.

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Why Voquent?

Why Voquent?

Voquent’s innovative online service quickly connects customers with experienced voice actors speaking with any accent or language.

We make casting and recording a fun and creative collaboration, producing captivating performances remotely or on location for all types of voice-over projects.

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Voice Actors are expertly approved for ability and studio quality

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Why Choose a Non-Binary Voice Actor?

When casting for a role that concerns a non-binary character or project that concerns non-binary people, utilising an inauthentic performer can be damaging to the integrity of your messaging. Whether you are working on a PSA or story that concerns non-traditional gender identities, a non-binary voice actor is essential to properly represent the group involved in the discussion. 

It's a question of respect, recognition, and decency - failing to abide by what is honest and genuine can have serious ramifications later down the line. People do not respond well to the underrepresentation of minority groups. 

Fortunately, Voquent's casting tools are immense and can put you in touch with countless voice actors of all genders, specialising in any industry or style

How to choose a Non-binary voice actor?

No matter the project, we have the capacity to assist you in casting the perfect non-binary voice actor. Simply following the laid out stages of the casting process will connect you with exactly who you are looking for. 

Step 1 – Casting

Connecting and casting your ideal non-binary voice actor is tricky. The volume of non-binary voice actors is much lower than the pre-established genders. Besides this, finding the right actor for the job is similar to any other casting process:

  • Does this person have the right vocal characteristics?
  • Are they within your budget?
  • Are they available?
  • Can they record where you need them?

Voquent hosts a variety of non-binary voice actors on our platform, each with specialisation in specific industries and tones. Whether you are working on a corporate video or a character-based project, we have a great selection of actors. 

With such a comparatively limited amount of non-binary voice actors out there, it can be hard to link up with who you need. If you can't find precisely who you are looking for on our online network, reach out to us and we can put out a free casting call to our offline network.

Step 2 – Recording

Many of the performers in our directory have home studios professionally constructed for top-notch production quality. These can be great for getting voice acting content completed without having to worry about an actor's location.

When you decide on a location for your recording, you will be able to meet on location or receive dial-in details for remote sessions. The recording session will take on various looks, depending on the project. Dubbing or ADR will require visual sync with the dialogue or animations on-screen. 

However, sometimes you want to be in control and live direction over the web isn't viable. Filter your search for non-binary voice actors with home studios, but you may find limited results for your search. So meeting in a physical studio may be better for your needs.

Step 3 – Post-production & delivery

Once the recording is completed, we will start on some of the post-production work. Removing unwanted noises and preparing the file for delivery in your ideal format is what this stage is all about. Typically, we will deliver your files in .mp3 or .wav, depending on your preferences - although our team of specialists are ready and experienced in any format you need. 

Rest assured, we tailor everything to what you need. We can also burn it directly into your presentation or project. If you want your project to include subtitling or translations, we have a suite of accessibility services to support.

How do you become a voice actor?

When looking to join Voquent as a professional non-binary voice actor, then there are some things you need to consider. We maintain a strictly exclusive voice acting directory, to ensure that the standard quality of performance is high. As such, each of our actors is vetted and personally approved by our specialist team. 

If you meet the expectation of being an experienced professional, then you need to ensure you have the necessary facilities for the recording process to occur. You might have a local recording studio or even a home studio that can get the job done. If you aren't properly equipped or close to a studio - you can't really complete any jobs! 

So if you smash our criteria, then sign up with us and get recording!

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