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In terms of size, I have these approximations:
Intro and pick-ups: about 5 minutes of narration
Case Study 1: 26 screens, 15 minutes of narration
Case Study 2: 31 screens, 19 minutes of narration
Case Study 3: 20 screens, 12 minutes of narration
Case Study 4: 22 screens, 13 minutes of narration
Glossary: about 14 minutes of narration
These times were estimated by running the texts through a text-to-speech generator to get the length of the sound file.
For the Case Studies, each screen would be a separate sound file. For the glossary, there are about 100 terms, but the definitions are short. I'll do the post on breaking those out, so it could be one or more sound files. The intros and help screens would be a few separate sound files.
Sound files would be:
Bit Rate: 16 bit
Sample Rate: 44 KHZ
Based on this description, here's what I need... your pricing estimate for all the elements described, and a sample (dry) of your voice. If you have something "in the can" already, that's fine; if you want to record something specific, I've added a few paragraphs of content-specific text. (The goal is to get both a voice and price approved by my client.)
What else? None of scripts is approved (yet) for recording, and my proposal for this project is not yet accepted (your estimate being a part of that!).
In terms of timing, I think the earliest recording would begin is mid-November.
Finally, I hope I've covered the salient points. If there's additional information needed, please let me know as soon as possible.
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