South Carolina Museum Audio Tour

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South Carolina Museum Audio Tour 
This is the narrator role (male) for an audio tour we are producing for a small South Carolina museum. We are looking for a male narrator, middle aged, with an authentic South Carolina accent.

The project is approx 9000 words.

Here are some qualities we are looking for in the VO talent:

Appreciation of the past
Welcoming feeling
Evoke feeling of nostalgia
Be inspired and wowed
Middle aged to "young" senior


1. Do NOT contact this client directly. Any violation of this will be reported to Voice123.
2. Do NOT place music or effects under your audition.
3. Do NOT include any additional spoken words in your audition file (e.g. name, your studio, thanks for opportunity statements, etc.)
4. The attached include audition side is a tiny fraction of final production so we prefer that you do not watermark your audition track. However, if you feel you must, use only a soft, unobtrusive, periodic beep.
5. Prior to final casting, we will request a high quality audio file be sent to our technical director who will evaluate the recording and editing quality.
6. Audition recording should be 44.1 khz, 16 bit .wav OR mp3 file. (The final tracks will only be accepted as a .wav file.)
7. Recording should be clean (no clicks, pops, or breaths) and no "clipped" recordings will be accepted.
8. We will provide a recording script and general pronunciation guide.
9. Any pickups for missed words and pronunciation corrections are considered part of the total project and will not incur additional payment. Any changes to the script by the final client after the recording session will be paid at an agreed upon rate.
10. A signed release form must be returned to the producer prior to the recording session. No payment will be issued without a release form on file. 
2016-04-08 18:03:29 GMT
2016-04-18 13:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 675
Others (on-camera, infomercials, live announcers, spokespersons)
9000 WORDS
English - USA and Canada
Middle Age Male AND Senior Male
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
• Deliver edited and finished voice tracks
Not defined
The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project
Have a project that requires an authentic South Carolina accent. Male role.

Script Details


Your visit today begins at the barber shop.

As we walk up Cleveland Street, take note of the authentic diorama on your left. It was based on a postcard of Cleveland Street in the early 1890s.

Some of the buildings you see still stand and are recognizable today.

Flanking the street are kerosene street lamps which had to be lit by hand. At nightfall on Saturdays and Sundays, and on unusually dark nights during the week, the town marshal would climb a ladder to light the lamps. The kerosene street lamps were installed in 1890 and used until 1906, when they were replaced with acetylene lights.

About eight years later, electric lights made their way to the streets of Elloree*!

Behind the unpaved street with wooden sidewalks are wooden buildings. Brick buildings gradually replaced the wooden ones after the “big fire” demonstrated the vulnerability of wooden structures.

As you turn around and head over to the barber shop, note the width of the street. Remember that Mr. Snider’s visionary plan for Elloree specified that the streets measure one-hundred feet wide. What an asset!

The street proved to be the perfect venue for Elloree’s Fiftieth anniversary celebration—a celebration that, by all reports, ended with a “lively street dance.”

Elloree is pronounced "Ell-or-ree." It rhymes with "celery." 
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