Drill 1 - DVD, voice needed for narration Job # 1442

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Job # 1442 Drill 1 - DVD, voice needed for narration

Posted Date
Apr 30, 2006 @ 14:54
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May 30, 2006
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Language
English
Gender
Female
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Job Description

PLEASE HELP MY DECISION QUICKER BY SENDING ME A DEMO OF THE SCRIPT BELOW, AN EXAMPLE CAN BE FOUND AT www.drill1.co.uk/demo2.wmv - THANKS!

Hi,

This is for an instructional extreme sports video. Drill 1 is in association with the worlds leading developers of kite gear and accessories. Using top of the range cameras, audio equipment and professional editing suites the level of attention and care that has gone into every second of the guide is beyond anything that the landkiting market has ever experienced. Please visit www.drill1.co.uk for more information.

I'm seeking a good looking female with a young, sexy but sensible voice to narrate the instructions aided by video on the screen.

If possible, I would like to accompany some of the narration with visual images of you talking, so it would benefit me if you lived close to the Portsmouth area. However, if you own a camcorder, this is ideal.

The whole script will be around 4000 words, it's not 100% completed right now, but that is most likely to be the final number where abouts.

I visited America earlier this month (we're based in the UK) and thought it would be interesting to use an American accent. Other than that, I'm looking for a clear speaking English voice; British accents are more than welcome.

Example below:

There are lots of different kites to choose from when you look into buying your first kite. There are loads of beginner kites that have low power and are quite cheap, and then you can get the huge power kites that have extreme power but can cost a lot of money. Kitesurf kites have an inflatable structure, its best to stay clear of these kites as repair bills can be huge and they are not really that practical to learn with. We are going to learn on foil kites which can be constant power or de-power. A constant kite always stays powered on fixed lines direct to your control system, either handles or a bar. A de-power kite uses a special bar that moves up and down which increases or decreases the amount of power in the kite. People usually start on small fixed power kites and move onto de-power kites later on.

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Thank you,

Alex

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