#FallingPlates dubbed into Thai Job # 124854

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Job # 124854 #FallingPlates dubbed into Thai

Posted Date
Nov 17, 2014 @ 13:22
Respond By
Nov 30, 2014
Word Count
Caring, Warm
Age Range
Middle Aged

Job Description

Your entire Thai script for this project is viewable as the Thai closed captions for my 4 minute video named "#FallingPlates", which has over 4 million views online.

The Thai script is as included as an attached file.

The objective is have you create a Thai voice dubbing.

You are the only voice that will be heard in the video. You are the narrator. This is a flying 4 minute video that leads us through a series of metaphors that represent the basic stages of salvation history: creation, the fall, Jesus' coming and Resurrection, and our salvation. You are the voice of Jesus.

The audience includes students and adults. Most will be watching on YouTube on a mobile device. You are speaking mainly to people who do not know much about God, Jesus, or Christianity.

But when you are speaking, speak as if you are speaking to an individual, to an 18 year old boy. Speak as if you are looking directly into his eyes, down to his soul. Pretend this boy has emotional scars because he is upset at God, and dissatisfied with church. He misunderstands Christianity, believing it is just a bunch of rules that take joy away from life. You are speaking to him in a way that causes him to consider what it would be like to truly follow this loving Jesus.

When people hear your voice, they need to hear a voice of love and deep compassion. I want them to feel loved, as if Jesus is smiling at them. During the video, Jesus' voice sounds like he could have a tear in his eye.

I am neither looking for a powerful voice, nor one that is authoritative, nor angry. The goal is not to show God's power, but to display that God is approachable and understanding.

Your emotion and fluctuation should sound similar to the English voice.

Watch the YouTube video while wearing headphones so you can hear the English voice while you record yourself speaking the Thai Closed Captions at the same speed as they appear on YouTube.
Link to #FallingPlates on YouTube:

Here are some examples of other languages that have already been recorded:
Arabic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baX50NO7yEo#t=19
Egyptian Arabic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRYnamqXK8w
Mandarin: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQF1xl5vhtc

Note from Voices.com: This job posting has been reviewed and approved by Voices.com staff. Voices.com recommends that you record a portion of the client’s script to audition for this project. Please title the audition file with your name to assist the client in selecting an appropriate candidate.

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