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Budget: 190.00 pfh (per finished hour record, voice and edit in the final pick-ups delivering retail ready audio )
Studio: You will record the audio book on your own this will not require ISDN or Source Connect. Let me know for other projects if you have ISDN or Source Connect.
Direction: Before you begin recording the book, take a look at the first chapter and the end of the book to get a sense of the story that you will tell and the characters that are involved in the novel. Spacing is also important so that the book has a flow to it. It should not feel rushed or slow moving. Please remember the character voice for each character so that it is the same when those roles appear in the book.
2013-01-24 18:46:58 GMT 2013-01-28 16:00:00 (GMT -07:00) Mountain Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 0 0 0 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far. Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 50 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
against the kitchen wall like a fumbled football. At the same time,
the windows burst into millions of pieces, showering everything
with tiny shards of glass. Sarah crumpled to the floor, still clutching
the phone. She lay there stunned, unable to inhale or exhale.
“Sarah! Sarah!” her younger sister, Lacey, screamed from the
bathroom, where she’d been drying her hair.
The ringing in her ears was so intense, Sarah could barely
hear her. Groaning, she opened her eyes and saw only red through
her right one. Dread rippled through her body.
“Sarah! Sarah!” Lacey cried again.
Sarah dropped the phone, and put her hand up to her eye.
She fingered the area gently before pulling her hand away. Blood.
“Lacey,” she croaked, unable to manage more than that.
“Sarah! Where are you?”
“The kitchen,” Sarah said, finally able to breathe. She
blinked her eyes twice and her vision cleared. Relief flooded her
body and she wilted against the floor.
“Holy Moley!” Lacey shrieked.
Sarah jumped at the sound of her voice. She didn’t realize
Lacey had come up the stairs and into the kitchen. The ringing in
her ears was almost gone.
“No kidding,” Sarah said, covering her right eye with her
hand and glaring at Lacey with her uncovered one. She brushed
her shoulder length blonde hair away from her face and gasped at
the blood running down her arm.
“We’ve got to get you to the hospital!” Lacey screamed in a
voice edged with hysteria.
“Stop freaking out!” Sarah gave Lacey the old one‑eyed
“Sarah, there’s blood everywhere,” her sister whimpered as
she wrung her hands. She gazed around her. “What happened? Did
our furnace blow up or something?”
“I don’t think so.” Sarah shook her head, dust particles and
slivers of glass cascaded to the floor. She furrowed her brow and
absentmindedly brushed off her clothes. “I think something
exploded outside. Help me up.”
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