Heidi Tabing


Asian-American voice actor, author, artistRecording since 2007 for video games, animation, audiobooks, and moreRemote-capable home studio

Voice Acting Demos

Vocal Description

Voice: feminine, youthful, energetic, sweet, clear, expressive, captivating, amiableVocal Archetypes: girl next door, princess, hyper brat, energetic hothead, strong independent woman, femme fataleAccents: General American, valley girl, southern US, RP English, French

Voice Over Services

Heidi Tabing has been a voice over artist since 2007. Count on her emotional sensitivity and years of expertise to add a deep, gripping human element to your storytelling, and help you get your project out in a timely manner, without having to worry about the technicalities of remote recording.

Video Games

Heidi started voice acting because of video games, her favorite storytelling medium. You get to be in control of the game, and sometimes, even in control of the story!As a gamer, Heidi understands the nuances that go into video game voice overs, whether it's to ground the player into the world of the game, to alert players what action they must take next, or to embody a desperate character in dire circumstances to help bring your riveting, cinematic storytelling to life.

Interactive Demo


Past Work

Univor, fairy, and Zazie in Arzette: The Jewel of Faramore

Aerie, Sla, and Vandra in Dwerve

The Fatum Sisters in Dislyte

Linda in DreadOut

Vulture Val in WASTED


Have an original cartoon, anime, animated web comic dub, or other kind of animation? Heidi can provide you with grounded and real, or explosively energetic and silly delivery — whatever best suits your tastes and project needs!Have a fan-made project? Heidi has voice-matched for iconic characters such as Princess Peach, Princess Zelda, Marinette Dupain-Cheng, and more!Her strongest voice archetypes for animation are the girl-next-door, a noble and elegant or spoiled and bratty princess, a hotheaded punk that needs to punch everything in sight, and a jaded and on-edge independent woman.

Animation Demo

Past Work

Kon in The Otachan Show

Princess Peach in Smash Bracket's Fight Animation!

Princess Peach in PhantomSavage's Super Mario Fan-Comic Dubs

Princess Zelda in PhantomSavage's BOTW and TOTK Fan-Comic Dubs

Children's e-Learning

Heidi can provide you with childlike voiceovers to use in your e-learning projects, so your young students have an engaging voice that they can relate to.Before Heidi started doing voice-over work full time, she used to substitute for the school district, so she has a background working in a creative learning environment that can help young students grow. Her favorite part of working with students was getting to know their opinions, perspectives, and interests, not only with school work, but also their hobbies and favorite media.She believes in the element of play when it comes to learning, and loves getting her hands dirty with craft projects, like she talks about in Crayola Education's Creativity Week! Check out some of her work for that project below.

Past Work

Cartoon Host Julia in Crayola Education's Creativity Week 2024

Cartoon Host Diana in Crayola Education's Creativity Week 2023


Heidi especially loves narrating whimsical and fun fantasy for young audiences, from elementary-aged children to teens in high school. She has a few years of experience reading books in the public domain for her ASMR channel. Growing up, she loved listening to different, distinct, and maybe even sometimes silly voices for casts of wild characters, so she does the same for own audiobook reading. She'll even switch between accents, if your cast has different accents!If you're looking for an engaging narrator, Heidi's narration can provide a fun spin on your story, especially if it's in first-person point-of-view. She can perform with her voice as if she's living in the moment with the characters, and can make listeners feel what she feels.She has a background in creative fiction writing, so she understands how important it is for the narrator to really embody each character in an emotionally deep and respectful way. She'd also LOVE to be a part of a full cast audiobook, so if you're in the process of casting one, please reach out!

Narration Samples

Middle Grade Fantasy - Third Person

An Eclipsing Autumn
Young Adult Fantasy Romantic Comedy - First Person

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Classic Children's Literature - Third Person

The Tell-Tale Heart
Classic Horror - First Person

Past Work

Teaser for Umeboshi by Rebecca Nakaba for Khoreo Mag

Studio Specs

MicrophoneAustrian Audio OC18
BoothStudioBricks One VO Edition
Sound Floor-60dB when normalized to -3dB, or -65 to -60dB at -23lufs

Raw Studio Sample

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Other Equipment by Request

  • Neumann TLM 103

  • 2 x sE Electronics 4400 (for stereo recording)

  • 2 x Clippy EM272 in silicone ears (for binaural recording)

  • Zoom F3

Visual Reel

Notable Roles

Arzette: The Jewel of FaramoreZazie, Univor, fairySeedy Eye Software
Crayola Creativity Week 2024Julia (Cartoon Host)Makematic/Crayola Education
Saint MakerCorneliaYangyang Mobile
DwerveAerie, Vandra, SlaHalf Human Games
ShrapnelLilya ReznyaMoonshine Animations


  • Video Games with Tyler Rhoads

  • Singing in Character with Desirée Goyette

  • NYC vs Boston Accents with Keri Safran

  • The Art of the Live Action Dub with Greg Chun

  • ADR from Home with Tony Oliver

  • 5-Step Character Voice Acting Coaching with Richard Horvitz

  • 3-Week Video Game Clinic with Cassandra Lee Morris

  • Character Voice Acting Coaching with Richard Tatum

  • Character Voice Acting 101 with Julie Maddalena

  • Commercial Voice Coaching with Dave Bisson

Game Development

Perished TruthScript ProofreaderDeVoid Studio
Merci Griffin: Legendary LawyerScript Proofreader, Sensitivity ReaderPompous Productions
Bright BladesIcon Artist, Script Proofreader, QA TesterSam Rowett Games


Heidi Tabing is a Chinese-Filipino-Japanese American voice actor, author, and artist (though you're probably here because of voice acting, huh? No worries, I totally get it). She's asexual 🖤🤍💜 and a highly-sensitive person, which basically means she can cry on command. (Yay, it actually has useful real-life applications!)She does voice-over full time from her home studio. She's dedicated to her craft, and eager to please (a result of her Asian-American upbringing 😭), so she can deliver quality results with a quick turnaround. She's been voice acting for video games, animation, and audiobooks since 2007, and started voice acting full time in 2021 after switching gears from writing.She has a psychology degree and minor in theater from the University of California, Davis, where she also dabbled in fashion and costume design.

JRPGs influenced her from a young age. Chrono Trigger in particular had inspired her to start writing fiction. She has yet to find another game that made her feel the same way she felt when she first played Chrono Trigger. Sigh... When she got her first laptop, she saw an opportunity to voice beloved unvoiced characters from the Final Fantasy series. Needless to say, she sucked, but hey, you gotta start somewhere. Regardless of the quality of her early videos, the community encouraged her to continue on, and man, she's glad she switched to voice-over full-time, because wow is the publishing industry draining.To this day, she still plays video games to unwind and find inspiration. Recent notable favorite series are Ace Attorney, The Legend of Zelda, and Dishonored, and boy howdy, does she love stories that make her cry. (Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright and Spirit of Justice. Mmm. It hurts so good 😙👌) So if you discover a heartfelt story that will make an overly-emotional person cry, feel free to throw out a recommendation!

Here are some pics she took in her super cool sparkly dress and then some, because it would be a shame to pretend they don't exist. She used to consider herself quite vain, and then the pandemic happened. Oh well. You live, you grow a bit, and then realize what's really important, like not showing your face unless you need to.

She has a cat named Bubbles, but she's usually called anything but. Baby, usually. Bubbakins, Babykins, Baby-cakes, et cetera, et cetera. Cat parents know how it is.Heidi loves cats. Nothing against dogs, really, except she's allergic, and breaking out into hives every time she touches such lovable, slobbering, excitable balls of fur means she doesn't know how to play with them. She's also allergic to nuts. That's a funny story...Anyway, Bubbakins has a goatee, and it's the actual best.


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