Voice-over is a field with thousands of opportunities ranging from commercial voice-over work to documentaries and everything in between. Recording and editing a voice-over may be tricky at times, but its complexities are minimal compared to the sometimes difficult process of setting voice-over rates. These project rates are determined by a variety of factors, including the type of voice-over, how it is being used, the size of the intended audience, the length of the recording, and the experience level of the voice actor.
Re-do Policy: If there are changes or additions to the original script after the recording, the customer is expected to pay the regular rate for the redo. If a redo is determined to be necessary due to mis-pronunciation or mistakes on Pavel’s part, naturally, that’s a no-charge redo.
Minor Pick Ups – Under 10 mins charged at a small percentage of the original session fee – 5%-10%.
Major Pick Ups – Re-writes & Large Re-Records Can charge 50% of the original price. This can also be 50% of a full hourly rate
All prices here should be used as a reference provided by The GVAA Rate Guide. I deal with each project individually.