My Prices

How Much Does A Voiceover Cost?

The process of hiring a voice artist...

There are a few factors that we need to consider before I can give you the very best quote. Here’s how it works.

Step 1

Using the form below or sending me a direct email is the best way to get in touch. Explain your project, any budget or deadlines you may have, and if possible include a short sample of your script so that I can record a short Demo for you.

So I can give you the best possible price please include the following:

*The type of production (Broadcast, web only, internal corporate, IVR, eLearning etc.)

*If there is any paid for or promoted social media or YouTube or is it organic usage? 
*The length of the script in words
*Who the end client is. 
*The length of license – how long you intend for this to be used (eg. 6 months, 12 months, in perpetuity)
*Any special requirements, such as a live monitoring of the session via Skype, Zoom, Source Connect etc. Or if you are happy, I can self direct, record and then send the audio to you.

Step 2

I will then get back to you with a quote and a sample recording of your script (if supplied). 

If you like the Voice Over recording and price, then we can book it in. If you want to participate and listen in to the session we would agree a time to record. If you are happy for me to self direct I can usually get your audio back to you within 24 hours. I will then record a couple of versions of the full script and send you the recording in a high quality wave file. 

Step 3

My fee always includes 1 round of minimal pick-ups, so if  there is a line that’s not quite right let me know and I can re-record. If alterations are made to the script, or the brief changes dramatically then there may be a re-recording fee. This is usually £50 for up to 100 words changed.

Once you’re happy with the recording, I will send you my invoice and add you my list of happy clients

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