Working with a professional voice artist can sometimes seem a little complicated . . .
but it doesn't have to be!
How it works
Simple 4 step guide to using my professional voiceover service
Use email, phone or contact form to get in touch.
Explain your project, any budget or deadlines you may have and,
if possible, include a sample of your script so that a demo of the read can be provided.
To make things even more speedy push The Button for a list of 4 pieces of information you can send
Get in touch
I will send a sample recording of your script and a quote.
If you find the demo recording and price acceptable, then email back a confirmation and attach the final script.
Now is the perfect time to suggest any different tones or styles of delivery.
Also let me know if you'd like the Raw (Punch & Roll) audio or the finished Ready-to-Go audio.
Try to make sure the script is 100% correct as any changes after this point may incur additional charges.
I will record the full script.
You can listen in to the session and give live direction if required, or I can follow your instructions on tone and delivery and you can just relax and wait for the files to arrive..!
I'll send you an audio file (format of your choice) of the finished recording along with an invoice.
You can pay by bank transfer, Wise (formerly TransferWise) or PayPal.
If you are completely satisfied with the recording...
Then the work is done and you pay the invoice. Thank you very much. Let's work together again!
If you feel that the read is not quite right, or something is mispronounced then email back with specific details.
I will re-record as per your instructions and send through the revised files.
You only pay once you have the finished file(s).
IT'S HANDY FOR ME TO KNOW...
To make the process as swift as possible, here are 3 things to let me know if you can :
1 . The Genre
Is it a commercial, online video, corporate, eLearning?
2 . The Usage
Is it for an Ad, in-house only, for your website & socials, etc.?
Will you use it for 3 months, a year, forever?
- And, if it's an Ad or for Broadcast:
• What is the reach - national, international, targeted, etc.?
• What are your TVRs or predicted impressions?
• How many weeks will it run for?
3. The Length
What is the approximate duration in seconds, minutes and words?
4. Music or Visuals
If you have any music you will use (or even a placeholder) this is extremely useful to help
set the tone of the read and match the mood you're looking for.
Likewise with visuals or draft visuals - it all helps me match the energy and timings you're
after and, potentially, helps highlight any timing issues sooner rather than later.