I'm making a simple funny teaser trailer and it would be nice if a low, trailer like voice could say "V R T, Coming soon to a training near you!"
It's for internal use only and you will be mentioned in the credits of course.
I hope anyone can help me.
Thank in advance.
Check my vocals and see if I fit the part and also is there a deadline.
Thanks for your reply. I'm looking for something like this: http://freesound.org/people/tekgnosis/sounds/151266/ "deadline" is somewhere next week
Oh does that mean I don't fit your description, sorry I can't listen to the vocal right now since I am at school
I need a lower voice, but thank you for your fast reply.
Lol, its fine either way since I won't be on Freesound for a while(Over the Summer)
Are you sure "training" is the right word in there? It might just be me missing something obvious, but it doesn't seem grammatically correct to use the word "training" like that. Training's an action, not a noun.
It seems more like a gerund (not really) since it is not preceded by an auxiliary verb (in which case it'd be the present participle).
Grammar nazism aside, I agree with Serithi. Did you mean "coming soon to a training (school) near you?"
Or something similar?
Yes, I'm sure. It's part of the joke. It's training (school).
"V [pause] R [pause] T [pause], Coming soon to a training near you!" Is correct.
Thank you for checking
Alrighty, was just making sure.
I've sent you a PM with my go at it.
Thank you very much! I'll pm you back.