Movie Trailer Voice Over Job # 25790

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Job # 25790 Movie Trailer Voice Over

Posted Date
Sep 21, 2010 @ 15:55
Respond By
Sep 22, 2010
Word Count
Authoritative, Movie Trailer
English (North American)
Age Range
Middle Aged
Movie Trailers

Job Description


Currently we are looking for scratch VO track.
We need a commanding, slightly dark voice over.
We're creating a series of 5 short (:30 and :15 seconds long), dramatic animated videos to promote a fantasy-adventure series by a major publisher. 1 video will appear as a trailer in cinemas this fall and the remaining will be part of a broadband video campaign.

What we need done:

Currently we are creating the rough animatics for the videos and would like to also place scratch voice over with our images. We are looking for a variant on the classic movie trailer voice (ie, In a world where...); we are looking for that slight nuance that will allow your voice to stand out without distracting from the drama of the trailer.

What we already have versus what the voice talent will provide:

We also will have a music bed and sound design that runs under the video. So your voice's pitch can't go too low as to be lost in the mix.

Other requirements that the voice talent will need to know:

While we will only use this as scratch track as we cast for the final voice, we will consider you for use in the final videos. Yours is the voice the executives will hear first--so they may want keep it. In which case we will retain you for the final voice over recording. While we only need good quality, clean audio for the scratch track [ie recorded on a good mic in a quiet room]--it's a bonus if you are in the NYC metro area or have access to professional recording services for the final voice over recording in mid-October.

Time-frame for delivery:

We would like to hire by end of day Wednesday 9/22 and have the scratch track available by end of day Thursday 9/23.


We've attached a few lines and will send full script when we selected the who we will work with.

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