Highways to Fairways - Terminator VO Job # 35423

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Job # 35423 Highways to Fairways - Terminator VO

Posted Date
Apr 29, 2011 @ 17:11
Respond By
May 6, 2011
Word Count
Informative, Sultry
Age Range
Young Adult

Job Description

First off, an explanation. We had posted a job a while back which never was completed simply because the sponsors we had backed out, thus there was no need for what we had proposed. We are legitimate and there is real money to be made here (ask Pat Duke, who has become our VO Narrator).

Our show is about two guys who scour the planet for unique golf courses. Each episode we drive somewhere and play a golf course with a very unique factor.

This job is a female VO that accompanies our "Terminator" graphic (sample of it on the attached script) that explains where we're headed, to the audience, much like an assassin would get his mission. It should be emotionless but not completely computerish. Imagine a female voice in a sci fi film. Sexy but to the point. That's what we want. There are 13 Terminator sections in total. All 3-4 word lines.

The onscreen graphic spits out one line at a time (imagine a dot matrix printer) and you will VO the line that's spit out for clarity to the audience. Your simply will enhance our "mission" each episode.

We are a first year, launching internationally very soon and so far we've created some good buzz. This can and will turn into a continuing gig. This year is just the start. Once we like what we hear we'll get you to voice the script for all thirteen episodes. Not a huge amount to read but very important to be done right.

I look forward to working with you and feel free to forward and thoughts or questions you might have.

We want English but are open to accents like British as long as they're appealing and they work. Feel free to improvise.

ONE LATE NOTE: After listening to a bunch of the files (which are great by the way) I think I need to do the reads slightly faster. Not rushed but determined. The computer kind of spits out each line so it goes fairly quickly. Just step it up a notch as far as pacing goes. Thanks.

Charlie Teljeur

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