I have a series of texts for an online English course- some of which have been allocated for talent already. There are a total of 18 remaining scripts.
I would like to split this between two qualified VO talents who can offer quality narration. Meaning no popping Ps- background noise, breaths etc. You should have good equipment and the ability for fast turnaround.
Your bid is based on only 9 scripts and an APPROXIMATE (but close) total of 13,000 words. Unless of course you have both male and female talent then I may consider using you for all 18- split evenly between sexes.
My budget is 15 US dollars per article for a total of 135 USD per talent. No escrow will be placed until I receive all the audio. If you have doubts about my integrity- just check my profile stats.
As most of you probably know, I am also a voice talent on this site (among others) and do consistent work. So, this could mean more work for you in the future within a working relationship with me. (and WILL if we work well together and you provide qualify service)
I have attached a sample based one of the scripts within the course and request that you read that as your VO sample for this project.
Guess that's all for now. Please feel free to PM me with any questions.
Kind regards and best of luck-
BTW- after a recent word count, the total for this ranges from 5,700 words to 6, 800 words per talent. So you should feel even more comfortable about your bid- as the word count is almost half of what was stated previously for each set of 9 scripts.
Again to reiterate: The part for each of the two VO talents awarded is only between 5,704 - 6,804 words and NOT 13,000. The 13,000 was the total of the 18 scripts and the entire project. So you are bidding on a total word count of 5,704-6,804 words. Hope that makes sense. (This is unless you have 2 different people with qualified voices- then your bid would be 276 USD)
14 freelancers are bidding on average $131 for this job
I have my own good quality equipment to record your voice recording for your English course. I have a neutral UK accent. Please see PM for more information.