Sheep Jam Productions is looking for non-union voiceover talent for various ongoing audio projects such as podcast opens/closes, promos & commercials, narration of stories for our children’s podcast, and audio books. Talent provides their own recording equipment; pay is based on project length.
For podcast open/close,
promos & commercial talent
Please submit your resume with relevant experience along with an .mp3 of yourself reading “Copy A” three different ways appropriate for this type of voiceover. We want to see your range. Please use the recording equipment you would use in future so we can confirm audio quality. We’d like to hear a neutral/non-regional American dialect for one read, while the other two reads are welcome and encouraged to be in your natural dialect.
Copy A for submission:
“On the Perfect Pets Podcast, we embrace all the ways our pets enrich our lives. From their funny antics to their steadfast companionship, we love all pets, big and small. With new episodes every Tuesday, you can find the Perfect Pets Podcast on your favorite podcast player, or visit perfectpets.com.”
For audiobook &
children’s stories talent
Please submit your resume with relevant experience along with an .mp3 of “Copy B” read in the style and pacing of the stories on the children’s bedtime podcast Be Calm On Ahway Island. Please use the recording equipment you would use in future so we can confirm audio quality.
Copy B for submission:
“Jennifer felt particularly hurt that Peter forgot it was her birthday. The more she thought about it, the more she wanted to cry, she was so upset. She took a deep Dragon Breath in and out (breath) and thought about what she would say to him when she saw him next. As she thought, she remembered that Peter had been particularly busy the last week practicing for the spelling competition. What if Peter was so busy practicing, he didn’t realize what day it was? That had happened to Jennifer, too. She took another deep Dragon Breath, in and out (breath), and felt less upset. She had no idea what a wonderful surprise Peter had planned for her birthday later that afternoon.”