Ends November 7th @ 11:59pm EST -5:00 GMT Adult Voice Over needed for the creation of fantasy language Draconomicon
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Ends: November 7th @ 11:59pm EST -5:00 GMT
There is no better description of what the language of Draconic sounds like than in Wizards of the Coast’s book, Draconomicon. The following is only meant to be an inspiration of what we are looking for and none of the following is meant to be used in the actual audition.
“The spoken form of the language sounds harsh to most other creatures and includes numerous hard consonants and sibilants. It includes sounds that humans generally describe as hissing (sj, ss, and sv), as well as a noise that sounds a great deal like a beast clearing its throat (ach). Words that modify other words are placed before and after the word they modify. The most important modifier is always placed before the word, and it might be placed directly after the word as well if additional emphasis is desired. A speaker of Draconic who wanted to say a big, black, evil dragon was approaching and doubly emphasize its evil nature would say, “Malsvir darastrix turalisj vutha gethrisj leirith” or even “Malsvir darastrix turalisj vutha malsvir gethrisj leirith.” Most Draconic words are spoken with emphasis on the first syllable. Important ideas are often expressed in spoken Draconic by emphasizing the beginning and the end of the word. In the written form, important words are marked with a special symbol of five lines radiating outward, similar to an asterisk (*). This form of emphasis is most often used by dragons when referring to themselves. The dragon Karajix, for example, might pronounce his name Ka-raj-ix and write it as *Karajix*. This form of emphasis is also sometimes used when commanding, threatening, warning, or making a point.”
This Gig is for 5 (five) short, roughly 7 – 10 second clips and 1 (one) longer, 15 - 20 second clip, of spoken Draconic in various different tones and emotions in order to maximize use in a wide range of in-game situations. Ideally, we would like to hear some spoken as a dragon and some as a male/female human.
Please find the script for the audition here: [url removed, login to view]
15 freelancers are bidding on average $397 for this job
Hello, we are recording studio based in Sweden. We can record your scipt. Tried to open the link , but probably there's some mistake. Please resend me the link or the scipt. Thank you.
I have been playing D&D since the late 70s (I was 7) so I know the genre. I do lots of Character voices in 3 octaves and also do various sounds most people are incapable of because of my range of 3 octaves.
Voice of the creature with my creativity will get you the best results and rendering of your project. I'll proceed with the rest of the audition in your link.