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Looking for a couple of good voices ...

 
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mark james



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PostPosted: Sat Jan 03, 2004 8:14 am    Post subject: Looking for a couple of good voices ... Reply with quote

I need one male voice and one female voice for an ESL course I am developing.

In addition to a clear voice, you will need a microphone and knowledge of how to record your voice on computer in .wav format.

If you are interested, could you send me a recording of the sample below to

mccarthy_mark at yahoo.com (substitute "@" for " at " without quotes)


If you are selected, this may entail a few hours of commitment on your part and I will pay you a nominal amount for your time.

Thanks very much, Very Happy


Mark McCarthy

Sample:


The development of the modern presidency in the United States began with Andrew Jackson who swept to power in 1829 at the head of the Democratic Party and served until 1837. During his administration he immeasurably enlarged the power of the presidency. "The President is the direct representative of the American people," he lectured the Senate when it opposed him.
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