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Our client is looking to get underway by February of next year and initially they would be recording three times a week, three hours per session, over a 3-4 month period. There would be ongoing maintenance and additional client-specific content recorded as needed throughout the year, over a multi-year period.
The client would record Sunnyvale, CA. A contract specifying rates/payment, exclusivity, work period, etc., would be drawn up. This is definitely a long-term relationship, and as such we'd require commensurate commitment and availability.
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The client-specific scripts will be provided at the end of this casting call. Please auditions with all the scripts. There are three scripts total: Phonetics, Dialogue, Dates. The last day to submit auditions is Thursday, January 12, 2012.
*************** is ALWAYS looking for new talent and new demos. So please email us generic voice samples (not dramatic, Neutral read) that you might have recorded lately for this casting and future castings. MP3 format only **
If you record the demo at home: Please do not record your name or an agency name in the audio file, we just need the audition script. 2011-12-16 18:43:38 GMT 2012-01-12 12:00:00 (GMT -08:00) Pacific 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 100 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
United States, California,
Please read the below in an evenly paced, natural fashion, not overemphasizing too many words (unlike when reading news copy). Pay attention to large pitch fluctuations. Nice and even & natural.
. 0084 The price range is smaller than any of us expected.
. 0085 They asked if I wanted to come along on the barge trip.
. 0086 Amongst her friends she was considered beautiful.
. 0087 The smell of the freshly ground coffee never fails to entice me into the shop.
. 0088 I'm often perplexed by rapid advances in state of the art technology.
. 0089 John could lend him the latest draft of his work.
. 0090 From forty love the score was now deuce and the crowd grew tense.
. 0091 The Presbyterian minister managed to curb the drinking habits of the loitering youths.
Directions: Please read the below in a warm and helpful fashion. Read as if the system voice (denoted by “S” below) is an actual person in a conversation with the caller....and then take that and tone it down very slightly. With data info like dates, times, seat numbers, etc, introduce a tiny beat/pause between the sentence and the data (eg, “OK, that’sFlight 685 leaving at....”) Pay attention to large pitch fluctuations. Nice and even & natural. DON’T WORRY ABOUT RECORDING THE CALLER.
1: CHECK IN, BIZ FLIGHT
S: [audio logo] Swiftline Airways. Your Connection. Your Experience. Hi, Marcus, welcome to Swiftline Airways. Are you calling about your flight today to San Francisco?
S: Okay, that's Flight 685, leaving at 4:55pm.
It's on time and will board at Terminal B, Gate 97.
You can say Repeat, Check In, or something else.
C: Check In.
S: All right, are you checking any bags?
S: And, you're in seat 22B. Would you like to change that?
S: [Success earcon] Great, you're checked in. I'll email the boarding pass to your mobile phone.
By the way, it's supposed to rain in San Francisco later today. So, you might want to pack an umbrella.
Now, is there anything else I can help you with today?..
What we’re looking for here is consistency in readback and inflection across ALL given data set categories—ie, medial infection dates, final inflection years, etc. Keep in mind that these items are going to be concatenated and need to fit perfectly within that framework. A good practice is to create a match or template file for each category and inflection, and have the talent use that to “calibrate” against as they read down the list.
. 0001 [I heard you say] August 18th,
. 0002 [I heard you say] May 18th,
. 0003 [I heard you say] October 10th,
. 0004 [I heard you say] April 13th,
. 0005 [I heard you say] October 24th,
Thank you and good luck!
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