Audiobook narrator for Sci-Fi novel - modern - youthful - authoritative - articulate - intelligent - believable - conversational - real - male - versatile

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Description

This is a audiobook I recently recorded for a new Sci-Fi novel called Daxman - modern - youthful - authoritative - articulate - intelligent - believable - conversational - real - male - versatile

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

North American (General) North American (US General American - GenAM)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Dax Hman plopped down at the consul like visiting an old friend. He arrested his hands on the keyboard and his fingers flashed with a deftness of a surgeon. Within seconds, several windows popped up on the screen, each window filled with numbers process lists and then a prompt taxman danced through the directories, copied and execute, able to his local directory and with a few more keystrokes, started a new program. Hey, what you doing? Ask Jack, I told you. No messing around. Taxman ignored him and continued. A new screen appeared of the solar system, each planet embedded in a circle and the son of the centre arrows sprung from each planet, reaching toward a small rectangle toward the bottom of the screen, labeled Tesla prime. What's that? Asked Jack. This is a solar system simulator that I got from decks, Man, paused, a friend at the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena. I'm using the latest small forces file from Clara. Each factor represents a gravitational pull on Tesla Prime looks like there's less total gravity than predicted. Jack leaned in and squinted. Now watch here, Taxman pointed at a spot on the third circle from the sun. That's the earth. Very good, said Taxman, patronizing Lee. I see now why you were selected for this crew