Voice Over Demo for Automotive Training

Job #6343

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Job # 6343 Voice Over Demo for Automotive Training

Posted Date
Feb 21, 2008 @ 17:18
Respond By
Feb 23, 2008
Word Count
1126
Budget
$100
Language
English (North American)
Gender
Both
Age Range
-
Category
Educational

Job Description

Hello All, This is my first experience with Voices.com so please bear with me.

I am a producer submitting a quote to a training company that specializes in the Automotive training industry. I have been producing these narration scripts for 10 years for this particular client and they are now requesting some new voices.

I have attached a demo script that the client submitted to me and requested that each voice talent read this particular script.

Again, this is only a demo script. This script I have attached will not be used in any fashion except for the client to listen to various voices.

Once I submit the voice samples to the client it is up to them to choose who they prefer. These are technical training scripts but they do like to have the script read conversationally.

If your interested, the pay is $75 per hour with a 1 hour minimum. Sometimes the scripts are short and sometimes they are longer. In other words, sometimes you can make a quick $75 in 10 minutes and other times it might be a 3 hour read which of course would net you $225.

Absolutely no editing needs to be done on your side - I edit out all the mistakes and false starts. Retakes are the same hourly rate.

I need these reads as soon as possible.

Thanks for your help, and l look forward to hearing your sample reads.

Dana Bayne

Please find a portion of the script below for audition purposes. Full script available in attachment.



You are about to take the G-M Powertrain Performance two course. To receive credit for this course you must also complete the Interactive Distance Learning and Hands On components.

To ensure that you are taking these components in the proper sequence, please refer to your Individual Training Plan at w-w-w dot g-m training dot com, as well as the course pre-requisites outlined in the G-M-S-T-C course catalog.


The purpose of this training course is to provide you with information about ignition system components and their relation to ignition system operation.

In this course, you will learn how to identify the basic operation and fundamentals of ignition systems. These fundamentals include the Coil at Plug Ignition System, Gen three and Gen-four Coil-Near-Plug Ignition System, as well as Feature G-M Ignition Systems.

In this module we will review some of the various ignition systems used by General Motors. We'll look at the basic components used in each system and how each system operates.

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All ignition systems are made up of three sections or sub-groups: primary, triggering, and secondary.

The primary section of the ignition system includes all of the components and wires operating on twelve volts or system voltage.

The primary circuit includes the ignition switch, coil primary windings, a switching device ignition module, and all associated wires and connectors.

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