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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I need a male vocalist for a House-track, the vocals in it are just stock vocals. There's a sample attached, hope you like it! The lyrics for the chorus is 80% done, I just need someone to sing the almost the same thing but needs to be a little bit different. I welcome you to sing the whole track if you have the right voice for it, but first I need someone to do the chorus. You have your own studio setup or have access to it so that you can give me hi-res wav or aiff-files when you're done. Please, I need to hear your voice if you apply for this job! Thanks.
Skills: Audio Production Voice Talent
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $300 - Posted
Everyone, I'll make this very simple. I am doing a Kickstarter in about two weeks and I need a kick-butt video made for game players to back my Kickstarter. I am willing to pay $300 and give bonuses depending on the success of the Kickstarter. Our goal is $5,000. We would like a video that looks like this one: Our company, Historical Conquest, ( has been around for 4 years and we are coming out with our 7th Deck, Mt Vesuvius. Yes that is the volcano that sent everyone screaming and dying in ash over in Greece, truly a sad story, anyways, we are on a tight schedule but have other commercials we need for the Christmas season so we will need more videos afterwards. When we reach our goal we will throw in an addition $200, reach $7000 we will bonus you an additional $300, and if we get $10,000, we will bonus you $500. Sound fair. We always like to make things interesting. Okay, lets make it a little more interesting, if we get to $10,000, we will give you a contract for all of our commercials for the new 12 months. Sound good. Please tell us what you think and let's get going. One more thing, if you are hired, we will 3-Day Priority ship you the entire game so you can try it out and use it in the video. Thanks.
Skills: Audio Production Adobe Premiere Pro Audio Editing Audio Mixing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
Format: Video and sound (.mov or .mp4) Task summary: Choose ONE of the scratch animations. You will replace the existing soundtrack with your own composition. Don't use ANY elements of the existing soundtrack. What to use in composition: You can use any sounds that are not copyrighted. Consider using material from your field recordings, synth experiments, 99 Sounds or anywhere else! Approach: We will be looking for works that effectively apply the technologies of ideas and techniques of Pro Tools. You do not have to fit within a particular genre and you are welcome to use either sound design or a song format.
Skills: Audio Production Audio Editing Audio Mixing ProTools
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I need a simple 'podcast' style intro, middle and end to bookend some recordings I have. AUDIO 1 PODCAST INTRO -- 45seconds: 0-6 seconds: Music fades in as I say, for example "Audio 3.4.5 -- Blah Blah Blah" recorded especially for each specific audio. 6-7 seconds: Music climaxes by 6-7seconds 7-25 seconds: I speak over the music for the stock intro recording "Hey guys, it's Blah. Welcome to 'blah blah blah' where we bring you inspiring blah, smart blah and GREAT blah to help you blah just how much blah, and blah, things can be. Thanks for blah blah... Let's blah blah…" this will be on every recording I make. 25-33seconds: Music climaxes here. 33-45seconds: Music fades out as I start speaking... to introduce a new episode recorded especially for this audio. AUDIO 2 PODCAST OPENER -- 5seconds: Motivational opener music to cover between the previous intro voice recording and the actual live workshop / conversation. 0-5 seconds: Music fades in and fades out. AUDIO 3 PODCAST CLOSER 120seconds: Closing music to cover between the previous actual live workshop / conversation and the closing voice recording all the way up to the final close out climatic music... 0-90 seconds: Music fades in and stays quiet whilst I speak over until @90seconds. 90-120 seconds: Last 30 seconds is just the music and gets climatic and ends the recording. STYLE MUSIC, applies to all; I really like this style... I like music from 4:20... Inspiring, motivational, upbeat, new, drum and bass, current (no voices).
Skills: Audio Production Audio Design Audio Editing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $35 - Posted
I need a mid-western USA male with a great radio announcer-type voice to record a script I have written for a training video, and send me a quality mono recording as a .wav file. The script is about 5 minutes long. Specific requirements: 1) Male mid-western USA radio voice 2) Script to be recorded 3 times with varied intonation so I can pick and choose best delivery. 3) Recorded as a .wav file 4) clean recording with no distortion, background noise or digital artifacts 5) Delivery should be professional but engaging and energetic. (Not like you are announcing an action movie trailer.) There could be follow-on work for other modules. I would like to audition some candidates. If you have work products posted on a web site I can review them. Otherwise, I would like to hear your voice over recording of the following as the auction: "Hello and welcome to Montgomery County Government’s cash receipts and revenue processing training for employees. This training is required for all MCG employees who process any type of revenue transactions."
Skills: Audio Production Voice Over
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We had a few voice actors record about 40 safety warning messages in a single take. Each individual safety warning message takes 5-10 seconds. Each actor produced a single MP3 file containing all of the warning messages. The MP3 files are about 5-10 minutes each. We need an audio engineer to: 1) Split the single MP3 file into a series of smaller MP3 files, one for each message, naming each according to a list we will provide. 2) Standardize the silence delay at the beginning of each file to about 500ms. 3) Adjust gain so that all messages are approximately the same playback volume and are at a reasonably high level. 4) Name each file according to a predetermined list of file names (we will provide this in a spreadsheet). 5) For a few selected tracks, add a chime before the spoken message. 6) Standardize the output quality to 320Kbps MP3 This is a simple job, and should take less than 30 minutes per voice actor.
Skills: Audio Production Audio Editing