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We will need one male and one female talent for this project. Each will need to be able to alter their voice to play different characters. This is for employees in a 150 year old company so we are looking for fairly common voice...no need for accents. Primarily looking for someone who can deliver the script without bringing too much attention to the voice. In some cases the person may need to sound frustrated, understanding, put off, or dismissive. There are six scenes in the attached document. Voices only need to be different within even scenario. It doesn't matter if the same voice is used in other scenarios. All we will need are the sound files labeled according to the numeric system included in the document. Files are broken up so that they can be incorporated with photos in a powerpoint.
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2017-03-10 19:35:56 GMT 2017-03-24 11:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 22 20 4 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 1 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 21 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
please note number lines that end in "b" are a repeat line and we do not need it recorded again. The file will be duplicated.
Introduction: Joe and Samantha are enjoying a cup of coffee in the breakroom while discussing a recent observation Joe conducted. Joe explains to Samantha, a fellow observer, that he had to intervene during an observation because of a life-saving rule violation. George, a Production Manager, overhears the two operators discussing the life-saving rule violation. George approaches Joe and Samantha to get a better understanding of the situation.
Dialogue: Undesired Response
Joe (1.1.1) I was observing the operator charging solids from supersacks into the hopper on the third level. I was shocked when the operator reached under the suspended sack to open it. He put his entire arm under the suspended load!
Samantha (1.2.1) What did you do?
Joe (1.1.2) I immediately stopped him before he even untied the bag. I took the time to explain risk he was taking. (sigh) If that if the bag fell, his arm would have been crushed.
Samantha (1.2.2) I’m glad you did, Joe. That was a good catch of a life-saving rule violation.
Joe (1.1.3) What concerned me the most is that the operator said he had been trained to do it that way.
George (1.3.1) Excuse me. Did I hear you right?! An employee reached under a supersack to charge the hopper on the third level?! I can’t believe they are still doing it that way! We have covered this multiple times in our safety meetings…You NEVER reach under a suspended load! Everyone knows that’s a violation of a life-saving rule and that violating those rules have consequences. You have to tell me who that was…
Joe (1.1.4) This was during an observation so I can’t say who it was. We have to find a better way to tackle this problem.
George (1.3.2) I’ve had enough of this. I know this happened during an observation but we can’t tolerate this behavior any longer. I’m going to find out who did this I’ll make sure it doesn’t happen again!
Dialogue: Desired Response
Joe (1.1.3b) What concerned me the most is that the operator said he had been trained that way.
George (1.3.3) I’m sorry, I couldn’t help but overhear part of your conversation. That was a nice catch during the observation. It sounds like you intervened just in time. I guess those sacks are suspended loads, now that you mention it. What do you think we can do to make the sacks safer to open?
Joe (1.1.5) I spoke to the employee about the risk of reaching under the suspended load to open sacks. During our conversation he recommended that maintenance or engineering take look at the setup.
George (1.3.4) That makes sense. When I get back to my office I’ll give them a call and have them take a look at it as soon as possible. In the meantime, we need to come up with a way to protect employees doing this task. Any thoughts?
Samantha (1.2.3) Maybe you can gather all the operators in that area to talk about another way to open those sacks until we get this sorted out?
George (1.3.5) That makes sense. I’m sure they probably have a few ideas in mind. I’ll take care of that right now. Thank you both for looking out for our employees, this may have prevented a serious incident.
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