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What you get with this Offer
Now, ask most professional voiceovers to record the script for your corporate, promotional or training video, and you won't get much change for £200-£300 out of just a very short script. Now with People Per Hour's Hourlie, you'll get me - a highly experienced professional narrator and voice artist - to record and edit any of your scripts to create up to 500 words of completed, edited recorded material. Note this special offer is not for broadcast use, TV or radio. You'll own all rights for any non-broadcast use such as the Internet. I will re-record any sections you are not fully happy with for no extra fee.
I'm a former BBC & ITV presenter and the voice of thousands of commercials and corporate videos, so you can trust me to do a good job.
Use me for Training podcasts or videos, corporate and promotional projects, web commercials, even Audio books.
Try me out, you won't be disappointed and have excellent positive feedback here on PPH. Contact me!
If you're looking to get a complete package and have a script produced, I recommend fellow PPH freelancer Mayowa Jeboda (or just MJ). MJ is Freelance Copywriter from London with both ad. agency and freelance experience and a combination of both of our Hourlie's, his script writing and my in-vision or voiceover service will give you the very best video possible. Follow this link to his Hourlie: http://www.peopleperhour.com/hourlie/write-a-script-for-an-advert-commercial-or-corporate-video/9928
What the Freelancer needs to start the work
Send me any number of scripts up to 500 words along with the voice style you're looking for, (confident, professional, casual, crazy, soft, wise, etc..)plus let me know about pace and accent... standard "RP" British BBC or maybe a "Mid-Atlantic" voice for international audiences?
Any scripts longer than 500 words, the fee is extra pro-rata. Simply order multiple "hourlies" Less than 500, sorry the fee is the same...why not throw in other things you'd like me to record for you such as phone prompts?
Are there any unusual pronunciations? Why not give me links to where I can hear the words or send me an mp3 with you saying the word(s). Also let me know how urgent the job is and what file type you need the finished project in; wav, aiff or mp3. If mp3, what data rate is required? That's it! Leave the rest to me!
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