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Monotonic monologue

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Description

This is an actual voice over job that i have done. The story is about the father who can't afford his family, because of his being betrayed by the promise made by government that he would have better life if he and his family move to the desert area. The client asked for monotonic deep voice to express the anger.

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Vocal Characteristics

Language

English (North American)

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

Armenian

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
If we had to know what it was like, we wouldn't have moved here. Our homes and no longer there. But we can dig into the earth and build a cave home. The work is so exhausting and I'm dead tired. I never worked like this before when we were living in the South. The lifestyle there is difference that hours with you, Hugh Muslims and many ethnic Han. I've been a village doctor. You can't just make me a coal mine worker now. It's not appropriate business despair. There are no people here. When I first saw that place that's little yard and the little house and a little bathroom in front of the door. The hygiene is not good. It is not a very civil lifestyle. You don't have land and you need to go out to find jobs. How can you make a living? It is a primitive society here because no one cares about us. We all cried. They cried, I cried, We were a family. And now we're separated. I hope they will move back, but it is impossible