Also see, How we Work with Voice Overs
We provide an online platform for clients to access voice demos and prices through our quote system. Our role is to act as an intermediary between client and voice over. We promote our voice over service but do not promote individual voice overs or make any guarantees of work.
Our objective is to maintain a high level of professionalism and deliver the best service possible to our clients. We believe in building fair relationships with our voice overs and to achieve this, we have set-out the following terms and conditions.
We have a number of voice over sections on our website with voice demos. In order to be featured in a particular section, we require a related voice demo.
Typical turnaround needs to be within 1-2 working days whenever possible. If you are unable to commit to this due to workload or other reasons please let us know as soon as possible.
In order for us to quote on your behalf we need to have a good idea of what fees you expect. Although we are flexible we need to be competitive and respond efficiently to enquiries. For this reason, we operate standardised rates for many small to medium sized jobs.
Once we know your rates we will be able to quote on your behalf and only contact you when a job has been confirmed.
We reserve the right to display prices on the website for marketing / selection purposes
Upon sending you a job we include details about formats and file delivery.
Files should be named appropriately but should not contain your full name or website. There should be no meta-information containing your details.
Demos & Accuracy
We expect your demo to represent the audio our client will pay for. If your voice characteristics or sound has changed significantly send us an updated demo.
Re-records / Retakes
We expect you to re-record sections if you mispronounce words or the audio does not resemble your demo on our website.
If the client changes their script we expect to charge them a re-record fee.
Upon accepting and recording a job (unless specified otherwise) you accept that the recording is a buyout and that the client can use the audio for as long as they like without incurring further costs.
The only exception to this would be if the client uses the audio for a purpose it was never intended.
For example, you do a corporate narration but it ends up as a downloadable product for sale to the public.