1 - A description of the voice types needed
Character 1:Male. Slightly forceful, but not brash. Older than 21 and younger than 35 pitch and tone. Must be able to sound casual, pained, and pissed off without sounding overboard.
Character 2: Male. Over confident and deep. Older than 25 and younger than 32. Must be able to sound gruff and tough, with a light "ghetto" accent (acks instead of ask, etc).
Character 3:Female. Confident but feminine. Older than 20 and younger than 28. Must be able to sound sympathetic, casual, and callous. She is a detective, so be sure to sound mature and to the point, but sympathetic and casual when talking to a friend.
Character 4 (Taken)
Character 5:Male. Older than 18 and younger than 25. Must be able to sound confident yet casual, stern, and serious. Battle hardened, but not super deep and overboard.
Character 6:Male. Older than 21 and younger than 35. Must be able to sound relaxed, relaxed yet serious, and battle focused.
2 - Audition lines for interested voice actors to say in the character's voice
Character 1: "It's been...a month. I haven't been able to bring myself to go see her. Not now. Not until I find 'him'..."
Character 1: "Because I will rip out your throat unless you start talking!"
Character 2: "What the hell makes you think I'm going to tell you?"
Character 2:"Let me acks you somtin, bitch!"
Character 3: "The children are fine, but...I'm a little worried about you."
Character 3: "If you think I'll make such an easy target, then why haven't you attacked?!"
Character 4: (Taken)
Character 4: (Taken)
Character 5:"What are you talking about?! I don't have time to mess around with you!"
Character 5: "This...this is impossible... How did you..."
Character 6:"Hey, get your head in the game! If you don't focus, it won't matter how much natural skill you have!"
Character 6:"Oh, lighten up, buddy. Same time tomorrow?"
3 - Method of contact.
It is best to PM me after you have sent me an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please have the subject of your e-mail as your name and the character. Also, name the file the same way.
4 - Include a deadline!
I am extending the deadline. The auditions I have received thus far are excellent, and as such I want to make sure the rest of the characters get the quality and style they deserve.
5 - Remember that VA's should be credited just like any other audio authors, and if not the actual voices used in the flash is on the portal, credit can be given by simply linking to the users page in "Audio credits"
All actors will be fully credited and placed in the "Author & Flash Information"
6 - Extra Info
For those who have already auditioned and I thanked them but turned them down, do not feel afraid to change up your audition and send it to me again. I am always willing to take another listen to a different use of your voice.
One voice actor has inspired me to even write in a another character just to match his voice styling, so don't be afraid to submit!
I've been receiving excellent auditions, mostly for the same characters, so I'm looking forward to more for the other characters.
Oh, and one last thing...many of you who send in auditions and don't get chosen for this are being considered for one of the 14 additional voices needed for Game Ranger 4 once the script has been given the final approval.