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The final videos will live on the web & used in training presentations by DSHS. The videos are a part of the "ready or not" campaign & focus on planning, preparing & recovering from disasters (think tornadoes, floods, hurricanes).
We are looking for both English & Spanish-speaking talent to record VO. We need talent with in-home studios who can record & deliver AIFF files at 48K (preferred) or WAV files at 48K (accepted).
The sides you'll record for your demo include interviews with three survivors of a natural disaster and an interview with a subject matter expert from the state. We'll want the copy for each voice to sound different since the copy is from four different players in the story. The survivors will have a more candid, emotional read. The subject matter expert should sound authoratative yet conversational.
2011-01-05 13:29:08 GMT 2011-01-18 15:00:00 (GMT -06:00) Central 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 20 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
Tommy Fenoglio (survivor): We sent firemen around. We sent trucks. Everything we had, every available resource we used. We were doing everything we could, and Mother Nature come along. The town of Montague was saved by the wind change.
Gary Armbruster (survivor): I thought I was prepared, but I was only 99% percent prepared instead of 100% percent. That 1% is... That’s a hell of a big percent, that’s for sure.
Chance Freeman (subject matter expert): In terms of the devastation that fires leave behind, there’s significant loss. We’re talking about loss of life, loss of structures such as homes and businesses. And then it gets down to that personal level of loss of pictures or moments in time that are absolutely, there’s no way to recreate.
Chris Turner (survivor): I’m a grown man. I’m not scared of a whole lot. And I drove through the middle of these roads and I cried.
SIDES FOR SPANISH-SPEAKING TALENT
Tommy Fenoglio (survivor): enviamos bomberos a los alrededores. Enviamos camiones. Todo lo que teníamos, usamos todos los recursos disponibles. Hacíamos todo lo que podíamos y la Madre Naturaleza vino. La ciudad de Montague se salvó por el cambio de viento.
Gary Armbruster(survivor): yo pensé que estaba preparado, pero estaba sólo un 99% por ciento preparado en vez de un 100% por ciento. Ese 1% es... Es inmenso ese porcentaje, de seguro.
Chance Freeman (subject matter expert): en términos de la devastación que los fuegos dejan, hay una pérdida considerable. Estamos hablando sobre la pérdida de vida, pérdida de estructuras como las casas y los negocios. Y luego te vas a un nivel personal de pérdida, de fotos o momentos del tiempo que son realmente imposibles de reconstruir.
Chris Turner (survivor): soy un hombre ya grande. A mí no hay mucho que me asuste. Y manejé por en medio de estos caminos y lloré.
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