Audio Tour Voiceover Demo 2

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Description

Knowledgeable, informative, and fun - the perfect voice to lead visitors through your museum or attraction.

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

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

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
quirky cities don't just celebrate their eccentricities. They thrive on them. Austin texas may just be the king of quirky. The capital city of texas is anything but traditional and it's unconventional vibe is a breath of fresh air with an outdoor, inclusive graffiti gallery, clothing optional, parks and a resident back colony. It's clear that Austin is not your typical Texan city. This self guided tour will allow you not only to learn about this historic city, but best of all, you can visit the sites at your own pace. You may see an irresistible restaurant along the way or a quaint shop that's too good to pass up. Feel free to partake in all the city has to offer. Our tour will always be waiting for you and it's just a click away. When you hear the bell tolled during the tour, this is a signal to pause your player and move on to the next door. Stop. You are now in the center of the great hall. From here, you'll be able to appreciate the grandeur of the architecture. The ceiling, 75 ft above the marble floor is decorated with stained glass skylight, supported by elaborately panel beams finished in aluminium leaf. In the center of the marble floor is a large brass inlay, shaped like a son, On which are inscribed the four cardinal points of the compass. By now, you should be standing in front of a series of world famous children's books created by Dr Seuss, beginning with number 88 on your left, green eggs and ham. It's no doubt familiar to you and your family. Over 1.5 million copies have been sold annually since its creation in 1960. By the time this book appeared in bookstores and libraries in 1960, Dr Seuss had become an industry.