Production of audio guides for museums
Recording of audio guides is becoming an increasingly popular service among museums and art galleries. Without a doubt, a perfect translation into the relevant foreign language and a voice artist who is a native speaker of that language are both necessary elements when making high-quality audio guides.
Another category of audio guides are applications for smartphones or tablets which make it possible to store maps, audio, photos and text information in one place. These applications give travellers freedom from carrying huge maps and heavy guidebooks. Travellers will not have to be tied down to the tour group and can explore the city and its attractions at their own pace. Having freed themselves up from the usual tourist hustle and bustle, they will begin to see the city the way that the locals see it.
Localisation of audio guides into Russian
We provide a full range of services associated with the development of content for audio guides and the localisation of existing content into Russian. When you place an order with us, you will receive turnkey content that has been localised into Russian within a reasonable time frame.
Benefits of working with us:
- If you already have a Russian text, we will do a free final proofreading before recording.
- If you need a text translated, we will be happy to translate it for you.
- You can choose between the voices of our in-house voice artists, who will promptly record your audio guide.
- We will quickly record the text, edit the audio, and complete mastering.
- We can add on background music and sound effects if necessary.
- All files will be named exactly according to your specifications and saved in the required format.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
For those museums publishing their audio guides on the IZI.travel platform, we offer a free service of uploading all content into the system and checking it to make sure that it displays correctly prior to publication. The only thing we need from you is for you to grant us access to the content management system with content editing rights and the keyword for displaying hidden content on devices.
Listen to some of the guides we created
Yekaterinburg Zoo was founded in 1930. In the first collection there were only 60 animals.
Reconstruction work, which began in 1994, completely transformed the zoo and provided space for a much wider range of animals. The first new pavilion was opened in January 1995, all of the old buildings and enclosures had gone, the zoo had changed beyond recognition.
The zoo currently houses animals from five continents. The zoo has animals that are listed in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, the Red Book of Russia, and the Red Book of the Middle Urals.
The zoo’s collection is continually growing. Every year the zoo’s inhabitants give birth to a wonderful new generation of animals.
Kurgan Red Line Tour
The official date of foundation of the city is 1679. At that time, it was known as Tsaryovo Gorodishche.
At the beginning of the 18th century, it turned into a military fortress. In 1782, by decree of Empress Catherine II, the settlement became the town of Kurgan. In 1804-1898, Kurgan was the administrative center of the Kurgan county, the Tobolsk province.
The town is mostly known as a place of exile for Decembrists and other political prisoners. Over the years, thirteen Decembrists were exiled to Kurgan.