I work from my own broadcast-quality studio – to the benefit of clients. After all, that studio’s in my home, and easily accessible if you need a quick turnaround for a voice over. Availability is updated on this page each week. If you would like to receive my voiceover availability email each week (Monday morning) then please email email@example.com to request to be added to the distribution list.
Availability – week commencing 29/05/2017: Monday – sorry, Bank Holiday, Tuesday and Wednesday – sorry already booked, please contact to fit in around the existing bookings, Thursday from 11.30am to 3pm, and Friday from 9.30 to 11.30am.
I can, by prior arrangement, record at other times including evenings and weekends. Please contact me to discuss. I can provide recordings via ISDN or record in my studio and deliver audio files either via online file delivery or CD. If you don’t have ISDN but wish to listen in to a recording session then Skype works well.
Voice over artist rates
Voiceover rates / quotes are provided for each job, based on the duration and use of the recording. Please contact me to discuss rates for your project.
Voice over artist bookings – turnaround time
Turnaround time is important to clients. So choose a voice over artist who understands that, and is known for working with clients to meet their needs (see my testimonials). Often booking the voice over artist is the final piece of a project, and happens when the project is well advanced, even nearing completion. For smaller projects, I aim to turn around the work within 24 hours, and can often deliver well inside this time period. The availability times above indicate when I’m available to both record in the studio, complete post production work and deliver audio files to clients, or alternatively to record direct to your studio via ISDN. If the project is a larger one and unlikely to be turned around within half a day, then I’ll advise how quickly I will be able to complete the project, always bearing in mind any deadlines you might have. I also remain committed to your project until you have the voiceover you require – so if I, for instance, make a mistake on a pronunciation, you always have the opportunity to redirect to ensure you get the take you want. Why not listen in to the recording session via Skype so you can influence the studio recording there and then? Actually, that can be quite good fun… especially if you’ve never worked with a voice over artist before.