Story Narration Female

Job #9609

Job Posting Details

Job # 9609 Story Narration Female

Posted Date
Sep 16, 2008 @ 19:52
Respond By
Sep 19, 2008
Word Count
0
Language
English (North American)
Gender
Female
Age Range
-
Category
Audiobooks

Job Description

Note from Voices.com: This job is very similar to one posted yesterday by a different client.

Story Narration Female
Approx 20-22 min read
Voice: Female
Age Range: 30-60 yrs
Language: US English or British
Format: wav
Non-union
Budget: $1000+ TBD after further details are available
Deadline for auditions: 1 day

Story narration. Distribution method to be determined. May be DVD, unknown at this time. Rate will be determined after further project details are available.

In your submission notes, be sure to list what connectivity you have (phone patch, source connect, ISDN, etc).

Read direction: adult or senior story read. This is a fairytale narration, not too cartoony, similar style to an audiobook read. We would like to hear your interpretation of the copy.

Clean audio required


Note to Talents:

We communicate with Talents via email or sometimes via phone. Be sure to include your email and phone number in your audition. No email address means we WILL NOT be able to communicate with you.

On your demos, include just the script read. Do not slate, add a tagline or your name, etc at the beginning or at the end. Client wants just the read only.


Read direction: Adult age or senior age story read. This is a fairytale narration, not too cartoony, similar style to an audiobook read. We would like to hear your interpretation of the copy.



Script Sample

The littlest mermaid's greatest pleasure was to listen to her grandmother tell tales of the human world above. The most wonderful thing of all, the little mermaid thought, was that Up Above flowers were scented, for at the bottom of the sea, they had no smell at all. Oh-and she loved to hear that fish flying among the trees sang beautifully. The fish, of course, were really little birds, but the grandmother called them fish because otherwise the mer-girls wouldn't have understood.

"When you are fifteen years old," said the grandmother to them, "you will each be allowed to rise up out of the sea, sit on a rock in the moonlight, and watch big ships sailing by. Then you will see human men and women, as well as forests and cities." "Oh," she would think, "I cannot wait." But of course she had to. "Grandmother, If human beings don't drown," asked the little mermaid, "can they live forever?" "No," said her grandmother, "they must die too, though their lives are shorter than ours.

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