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It has been well-received and now my customers are asking for an audio version. I'm looking for a low, smooth male voice that leans more flat than animated. United States accent is preferred.
1. There are a lot of sample lines in the book. I'd like them to be read flat without any animation, so as not to confuse the reader about its proper delivery.
2. There are many sample dialogues between a man and a woman, and it would be nice if there is some way you can differentiate that in the audio. I included one in the sample script that also gives you an idea of the content.
I will be collecting responses until December 26 and then would like to receive the final mp3 product four weeks after awarding the winner.
I would like a finished ready-to-upload mp3 file(s). 2012-12-04 07:59:32 GMT 2012-12-26 18:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 0 0 2 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.
Say, "Thanks. I hate getting on the wrong train. One time I fell asleep on the wrong train and I woke up without my wallet and shoes. It sucked." Most girls widen their eyes and say, "Oh, my!" Tell them where it happened (a different city or country you've visited) and then continue with a chat about public transportation. Let's look at an example.
"Excuse me, do you know exactly where this train is going?"
"Which stop are you trying to get to?"
"U Street," you say.
"Yeah, you're on the right train then."
"Is it coming up in a couple stops?"
"Yeah, I think it's just five more stops."
"Thanks. I just hate getting on the wrong train." Pause for effect. "One time I fell asleep on the wrong train and I woke up without my wallet and shoes. It sucked."
"That happened here?" she says, sounding frightened.
"Oh, no, it happened when I was in Philadelphia. There you have to be on guard at all times, but obviously I wasn't."
"Now I'm a little nervous of getting on the wrong train. I've learned to pinch myself a little when I feel sleepy on one. This subway system is safe, right?"
"Yeah, I haven't had any problems."
"Is there a line I should be extra cautious on? Usually I ride the red line and haven't had any issues."
"You should be careful about the green line. It goes to Southeast, toward Anacostia. You don't want to be there after the sun goes down."
"But besides that?"
"Cool," you say. "I live here, but I usually ride at night for just a couple stops." She nods. Since you're a local, there aren't too many more questions you can ask about the subway, though if you were a foreigner, you could play dumb and ask her for the hours of service and details on how to operate the fare machines.
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