Murder Mystery Narration

Job #3200

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Job # 3200 Murder Mystery Narration

Posted Date
Mar 22, 2007 @ 17:52
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Apr 15, 2007
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Job Description

I have a Murder Mystery game, and I need a voice talent to re-do the audio portion of the game.

The current audio is for cassette, but I'm updating it for CD.

What am I looking for? The script is for a police officer narrating the murder mystery game. The police officer should sound a little tough and maybe a little Italian. The script is roughly 15 minutes.

I don't know what the going rate for this type of project is so I just entered the minimum below. Please quote your rate for the (roughly) fifteen minute narration.



Here is a small example of the script:

Hello Ladies and Gentlemen how you doin’. I’m Sergeant Dafuzz. I know you’re probably all wondering what is going on, and I am here to give you some answers and find some answers of my own. I was called out here this afternoon by Percival Robber. I regret to inform you all that he called the police to report his younger brother Dash Robber had been murdered today between 1:30 and 2:00 PM.

I arrived here on the ferry at 3:00 PM. I first want to compliment Jenkins and Cookie Dabooks who found the body and had the presence of mind not to touch anything and to lock the door and not tell anyone except Percival what had happened. I understand that immediately after telling him, they both returned and stood guard outside the door until I arrived. This allowed me to examine a perfectly preserved crime scene. Upon entering the locked room, I immediately examined the body and with the help of Dr. Kilpatient here, we were able to determine that Dash Robber had been dead for an hour or an hour and a half. This is consistent with what Percival reported to the department. I then interviewed Percival Robber. He informed me that he and his brother left the dining area together at 1:30 to go to their separate offices. At 2:00 Jenkins told him that Dash was dead. He said he didn’t really believe it and thought it was some fool trick of Dash’s until Jenkins convinced him that it was for real.


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