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Voice Over • Video Narration
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Description

Used at Central Church to start their Easter Service this VO was played live and streamed on Vimeo.

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

North American

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is Lieutenant General Wilson Grant the second. In just a few moments, we will embark on our mission to Easter at Central. This mission, should you choose to accept it, is to decode the message that leads to victory. As always, if you or any member of your team should be caught taking too many selfies sleeping or watching Netflix during the experience, the secretary will cash outside. How about that, sir, would you please expel the gentleman in section 0 500 Rovi seats seven for breaking this code of conduct. Now, please join me as we stand to our feet and count down to our experience in T minus 10 9876543 21 In this war, we plan to use Morse code as a method of transmitting information in a series of on off tones. Ditz must be uniform and short. Dawes uniform and long rhythm is indeed the key to good sending. If your code is to mean anything to others listening, you've got to send rhythmically as the operator will now demonstrate in the Morse code alphabet, three dots and a dash stand for the letter V in World War Two. Whenever the military would make ground in a battle, they would Morse the letter V four victory. However, today's mission is to broadcast a different kind of victory, one that will change everything. The time is now. The moment is here, in which we celebrate the greatest story of all. Because in today's experience, Jesus is the victory. And the entire world is about to go electric. Where o death is your victory where o death is your sting. Thanks be to God who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.