Nick Seafort wrote:
It was a rather late feature with plenty of technical issues that Lifetap managed to smash, and sourcing reasonable and consistent voicework proved to be tricky. Add to that that none of us are sound editors, and I think that it did rather well altogether even if it's not perfect
For future reference. go to here
and use Bridget (UK). Sometimes to get better word results you might need to phonetically spell them and also use full stops to get better tones eg; ''warning. altitude...pull.up. pull.up''. Then take that into Audacity, snip out any spaces between words you think are too big, run it through a high pass filter, add some compression and Bob's yer uncle.