By Stephanie Ciccarelli
July 11, 2006
After much debate, the new rates sheet is ready! Click to download your copy now.
Wow! What a response to the post on revising the Standard Rates Sheet.
First, we would like to thank all of you who commented and shared your opinions and insights on the matter.
Our team reviewed all of the comments and suggestions, bringing the rates up just slightly lower than the current union rates - these rates are for finished dry voice only.
The revised rates reflect the sentiment that the fees charged for voice-over services are relative to talent and experience, whether a talent be union or non-union.
All talent reserve the right to charge their own rates, and these are merely a guideline. For example, some talent may charge higher than the stated rates.
Although these rates may not apply to amateur talent (we know that you have to start somewhere), they should be regarded as something to aspire to when you become a professional voice talent.
Download your PDF copy of the Voices.com Standard Rates Sheet here.
Download the Word version here.
Stephanie, David, Laurynda, Carol and Todd
P.S. Before you comment, please read all of the comments below. From the feedback received thus far, we changed the industrial and animation rates. Thank you to those whose comments helped revise the document this afternoon.Related Topics: animation, Non-Union
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