TTNC only uses professional voiceover artists that have actually been trained in how Interactive Voice Responses (IVRs) work, which enables us to provide high quality voice prompts.
- Give a great first impression by greeting your callers with a professionally recorded message
- A professional greeting can strengthen your brand image and enhance your caller's experience
- Serenade any callers in the queue with our selection of on hold music
- Our voice artists have worked for many high profile clients such as the BBC, Channel 4 and National Geographic
Samples - Voices and Background Music
Hear our voiceover artists in action
To hear what our voiceover artists sound like, simply click on one of the names below. All of our recordings are done in a professional audio production studio. The studio is optimised specifically for the recording and post production of voiceovers, narration, radio production and sound effects.
Female Corporate 1
Female Corporate 2
Female Warm 1
Female Warm 2
Female Warm 3
Male Bright 1
Male Bright 2
Male Corporate 1
Male Corporate 2
Male Corporate 3
Male Friendly 1
Male Friendly 2
Pick some music to match your style
If you wanted to add a bit of music to go behind your messages and prompts there are also a number of samples below you can choose from.
Classical Remix A
Classical Remix B
Classical Remix C
Classical Remix D
Where have I heard that voice?
Our artists have done work for many high profile clients including:
Do I need any additional licensing for the background music?
Our background music includes all the required licensing, so you can apply it direct to your service without having to worry about anything.
How long does it take for my script to be recorded?
The usual turn around for the artists to record a script is about two working days. It can take a little longer if they're in really high demand of course.
Getting your professional voice recording done
If you'd like to use one of our artists for your recording all you need to do is email us a script of your message or prompt and the name of the recording artist you'd like to use.