If you’ve never worked with a voice over artist before, it’s useful to tell you a little about the process. If you have, then this should reassure you that I know what I’m doing.

Helping You Reach Your Goal Is Mine.    

I want to build on-going established business relationships, by offering quality and value. To be a trusted, respected and valued supplier.

It’s important to say this isn’t just a job to me. I care about getting it right for you.

In short, I want you to be happy with the finished product.  I’d really like it if you came back.  Again, and again.  It makes for a simple life.

My values are Trust, Quality, Ease and Value.

Steps To Booking A Voice Over:

1 – Let Me Know What You Need.

Drop me an email, or have a chat on the phone, or fill out this form.

We start with your enquiry.  To give you an accurate price, I’ll need a little information about the project. This might include: how long is the voiceover script, how will it be used, for how long, and what kind of session you need?

There are four options for the session:

  • Self-directed recording and editing.  You leave me to get on with it, according your brief, and I deliver the audio to you, in your preferred format.
  • You can direct a live session, using either Skype or Telephone.  I record the audio, and send you the unedited recording of the voiceover session.
  • You can connect live to me at studio quality, to direct and record the live voiceover session at your end. You record the session – although I usually record a safety copy.
  • I can come to your studio, or one of your choice, to record a session in-person.

Many clients looking for quick turnaround on short jobs, go for option 1. With this option, you’ll get broadcast-quality audio, ready to drop onto your production timeline.

2 – I’ll Give You a Price.

Taking into account the information above, I will give you a price for the job. Should you need it, I can also record a short sample. I’ll send over a formal quote, for you to confirm ahead of recording.

3 – Approve the Final Script.

If everyone’s happy, you can send me the final approved script. This is an important step, to minimise revisions at a later point. It’s useful that all stake-holders are ready to proceed.

4 – Recording Session and Audio Delivery.

I record the audio for you. If the project includes editing then that takes place too before delivery. This varies according to client needs. Some producers want a live session and the audio supplied ‘untouched’. Others want a clean and edited audio file delivered. I do both.

5 – Revisions.

If I’ve made any mistakes on your audio, I will correct these free of charge, and promptly.   If you decide you want to change the script after recording, then this can be done at an additional fee.  This is purely to cover my time in making any revisions that come along later.

6 – Voice Job Done!

You end up with your audio, licensed for use, and ready to go!

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Let’s Get Started!

Trust. Quality. Ease and Value.