One Genie character, we need a deep and low voice and Dr. Cabbage there also has to be a lower voice than presented variants
- think of Dr Cabbage as a "dad" type figure.
So, it leaves us with these blank positions:
The Genie (Narrator)
Corpus Callosum - also a low voice, but a woman.
Cerebrum - a soft and wise man's voice, not deep, but definitely not teenager's.
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Greetings! You may check my Audio Files at https://www.freelancer.com/u/childishgambino Please reply if interested and I can upload a sample. Would need an accurate word count for a proper bid. Best, Scott
Hello I have a very deep husky voice and can even artificially enhance it lower as I'm an audio engineer and it does sound extremely realistic too similar technology is used for the narrators in theme park horror rides Daha Fazla
Hello, I read your ad. I'd love to help with the project. I'm a voice actor based in Baltimore, MD. I have a professional studio that can produce quality audio for any style and format you need. I’m available for Daha Fazla
Thank you for your consideration. I have a variety of voice samples available in my portfolio, or can provide a short custom read of your script via PM. My bid is a a placeholder bid, pending more details about you Daha Fazla
Hello, please check out my samples here... [login to view URL] I am very capable at character voices. Get in touch if you think I may be right for your project! Thanks, Joe French
Hello Sir / Madam I am based in the UK and have a deep neutral British accent. I also narrate children's books. Please message me to discuss further. Regards Tony
I have a deep storytelling voice, with no accent. I'm not a father, but I'm a dog owner, and my puppy seems to understand what I'm saying when I talk to him. I use a good microphone and good recording software.
Hi, i am an Italian/Spanish/English translator working as voice talent in the same languages.I am an experienced translator (Italian mother tongue), who is committed to the highest standards in the profession