If you: 1. Have a quality PC microphone (preferably USB). 2. Have a PC that runs Windows. 3. Are a native speaker of Korean. 4. Have good diction. 5. Have a pleasant voice. 6. Have a quiet environment in which to record. 7. Have a fast Internet connection to upload approximately 300 MB of audio files. Then: I have three and a half hours of audio for you to record. It's not actually three and a half hours of talking. It's only 10 words a minute, so you won't lose your voice in the process :-) If you take an occasional break (which you should), it is four hours of work. You can also spread it out over several days; whatever suits you best. I will provide software to automate the whole process. You won't have to worry about editing audio files, or naming them. All you have to do is click "record", "stop", and "save". No translation is required. You will be provided with text in your native language. Next Steps: If you meet all the requirements above, please place a bid. Don't send any audio samples yet. I will contact you for an audio sample if I'm interested. Caveat: This is not a Hollywood production, folks. Keep your bids within earth's hemisphere... The lowest bidder who has the highest Vworker score will likely win the job.
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