Go Explore Bahamas Project

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Go Explore Bahamas Project 
This projects includes two voice parts that will be used in a phone app being created for a tour of the Bahama island. This is the first round and additional recording will be required on-going. Part 1 is Pete the Pelican and Part 2 is the narrator. Talent are welcome to audition for both parts and each pays US $150 for this test round. 
2016-03-02 18:42:08 GMT
2016-03-04 09:00:00 (GMT -07:00) Mountain Time (US & Canada) 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 150
IVR, voicemail, phone systems, and on-hold messages
English - Australian OR English - USA and Canada OR English - Other OR English - New Zealand OR English - Caribbean
Young Adult Male OR Middle Age Male OR Senior Male
• Audio files must be delivered via email OR
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
Not defined
This is a non-union project
See instructions below on sound.

Script Details

Direction: Pete the Pelican - This is a new mascot for an on-going phone app to be sued by tourists whom explore the old town square area of the Bahama island. Pete the Pelican if a mix between Indiana Jones, Croc Hunter yet with a touch of Caribbean, or island sound verses to heavy on the Aussie accent. He is fun, upbeat and most of all the friendly local explorer. You can see him in this image for motivation. http://www.voicetoons.com/images/pete_pelican.jpg
PETE AUDITION SCRIPT: Explores, I'm Pete the Pelican, Welcome to the Port of Nassau! Thank goodness you've arrived! Ask my assistant at the dock for a letter. Once they give it to you, click next for further instructions. Excellent. Now discreetly exit Festival Palace. Cross Woods Rodgers Walk and take a left down Parliament Street until you arrive at Rawson square on your left. Open the letter there and I'll explain everything! I trust you have read my letter and are ready to begin your adventure. I'll help you along via this device, where i will outline the steps we must follow to reverse this "fix" collect Bahamian cultural artifacts and save Junkanoo! The device will save where you are in your adventure so feel free to stop for breaks while you explore. Are you ready?
Direction: Tour Narrator - This is a voice similar to Harry Belfonte, or Sidney Portier, both having a slight touch of island sound, yet still almost an unrecognizable "tone" that does not sound overly island, or american. Think "your guide" delivery, yet using the flavor outlined above for your interpretation of our narrator. See recent clip of Harry talking at the .35 seconds here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5khjlgZOg0 and Sidney at about :25 seconds here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4teSva3BSs Keep in mind we are not looking for a 'sound-a-like' just use this for your target feel but with a informative, adventure / exploration delivery.
NARRATOR AUDITION SCRIPT: In the middle of Rawson Square,you'll see a bust of our first Native Governor General Sir Milo Butler elected when the Bahamas won full independence from England in 1973. What powerful object is this leader holding? Milo also had a happy family life. Take a look at the sign. He was a father to how many children? You'll see that two prominent figures take up residence here. Which road stands between these two statues? The Bahamas became an independent country on July 10th, 1973. Queen Elizabeth 11 {INSERT} (*pic of visit to the Bahamas in 1978) is still our Head of State and eclipse Victoria's milestone on September 9 2015, she passed the record set by her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria who reigned for 23,226 days. Historically, all Bahamian laws had to be approved by Britain. Now as an independent nation, the people of The Bahamas make their own laws. What does “ Aunt Vicky” hold in her right hand? 
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