Voice clips for museum interactive

Job #9242

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Job # 9242 Voice clips for museum interactive

Posted Date
Aug 27, 2008 @ 16:22
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Aug 27, 2008
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English (North American)
Age Range

Job Description

Note from Voices.com - Client has selected and paid for talent via the SurePay system. Thank you.

Final delivery must occur prior to Thursday Aug 28 at noon.


On April 29, 1903, the town of Frank Alberta was hit by the deadliest rock slide in North American recorded history. In the middle of the night, 80 million tons of rock cleaved from the face of Turtle Mountain and slid into the valley below.

Our company is producing a museum interactive that tells the geologic story of the formation of Turtle Mountain. Our brief is to communicate how the mountain formed, and why it collapsed.


We are looking for voice talent with a Canadian or neutral American accent. No gender preference.


Playback is in the form of triggered voice clips rather than a single audio track synced to the animation. With this in mind, each paragraph in the attached script is preceded by a desired filename in square brackets (extension not given, use appropriate for format).


"Three of the four years before the slide were unusually wet, and water action in summit cracks hastened the mountain’s eventual failure. After heavy snowfall in March of 1903, warm weather the week before the slide melted the snow. And then, on April 29th, it froze hard."


This is an extreme rush job owing to our booked talent being indisposed. Final delivery must occur prior to Thursday Aug 28 at noon. Either WAV or AIFF format is fine, decent quality for playback on a Sony 52" monitor. Target computer is a Mac Pro.

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