Once you have had a chance to go over my demos and decide that I am the voice artist that can make your script come to life, use the contact page to reach out to me. If we have not already spoken, then we can go over all the project requirements and I can give you a quote. I do offer the free no-obligation consultation. Or if at this point you would like any other questions answered, please let me know. I have a professional business account with Pay Pal, I can send you a detailed invoice for the project. Benefits of this are you can use credit cards, even if you don’t have a Pay Pal account. Plus you get the security and risk-free coverage of Pay Pal. Great customer service is a top priority of everything I do.
In most cases you’re going to have a budget to work with–corporate to small business, and even personal budgets. Budgets and negotiation are often part of the business world. The rates I provide are general rates and provide a guideline as to what your voice over will cost. If you have a budget for your project that doesn’t seem to line up with the rates quoted, please don’t just move on to another voice talent for your voice over work. I am more than happy to discuss your needs and your budget, and work with you to create a situation were we can work together. I do offer a free no-obligation consultation, where we can work out everything, including a quote for what you need to have done. You can use the contact link at the top of the page to email, text, or call me
Scripts come in all lengths. Some need to be an exact read to the minute or second, and some have no limits. If you need your script to be a certain length, here are some general guidelines to go by. The general rule for a 30 second read, is 75 words. For a 60 second read it is 150 to 160 words. At that word count you will get a natural read flow, not too fast, and not to slow. Be realistic about content and timing. If you use phone numbers, keep in mind that every number is a word also. For example: If you can’t fit what you need to be voiced into a 30-second read in 75 words, then it is likely I will not be able to voice it in that time frame as well. Spell out odd words, names, places, or web sites. Proof read your scripts 2 or 3 times. Have someone else proof read it also.
Once the project is finished in MP3, or WAV, or other audio file format, or if it is a video project, HD 720p, or 1080p file, the project file can be delivered by cloud download, email, thumb drive, or even cd or dvd. This would all be worked out prior to the start of the project in the pre-voice over free consultation.
Sometimes getting a voice over project can be a bit overwhelming, if you don’t do it every day. This page is set up to help with some of the most asked questions. As always, if you don’t find your answer here, use the contact link above to call or email us. I do offer free no-obligation consultations, where we can work out everything, including a quote for what you need to have done. I backup my work with my 110% guarantee. I do what it takes to make it an awesome project, whether it is a small 30-second read, a large 50,000-word read, a business tutorial or power point read matched to a video, I work with you to get it exact. For any voice over project, with any voice artist, always ask all the questions you have to make sure we are a good fit for each other. Make sure you know what you need, to make sure you are comfortable. And this is not just with me, but whomever you may work with.