Short Movie trailer/narrative style project with a twist!

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Job # 26862 Short Movie trailer/narrative style project with a twist!

Posted Date
Oct 19, 2010 @ 09:44
Respond By
Oct 26, 2010
Word Count
0
Role
Preacher
Style
Narrator
Language
English
Gender
Male
Age Range
Middle Aged
Category
Movie Trailers

Job Description

This is a dance music project, hardstyle music to be more specific. It is common in this genre to have productions with voiceover artists instead of singers. If you could please watch these short trailers you will quickly understand.

This example is very close to what im after.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVUAByF5I9g

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4G_NUspQcw

Please note that all I require is the base voice I will do all after effects to create such a deep powerful voice such as whats in the videos myself. Though please note that in order to get a voice such as this the recording must be relatively clean as all imperfections such as crackle, pops and background noise will be highly amplified and stand out.

I have created a 60 minute mix and I would like a voiceover that I can spread through it at key points in the mix.

The basic idea of the script is a journey from oppression to self empowerment then to a revolution which you will gather from the script.

So it is really a blend of movie trailer voice over with narrative style, though please note that in the nature of this project I do not want it to sound commercial. Like the voices in the videos must be pure and "enlightening".

In terms of flow with the story if you could just do your best to feel the flow of the story and feel free to put your own touch on it. Mainly the first half must be slightly dark and sobering and the second half must gain slight optimistic and euphoric qualities in the voice, this switch happens at

"We have prepared for a time when society is trusted into the convulsions of crisis on such a scale that a revolutionary opening has presented itself."


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