To help with the quote, we’ll discuss the project in as much detail as you currently have.
Voice over is charged on a few factors, including:
The type of production – is it a TV commercial, e-learning script, documentary narration, video game?
How the end product is used – a global commercial for 12 months has a higher licence fee than something for a small convention that’ll play once over one weekend
How long the script is – projects like e-learning are charged per word, audiobooks per finished hour (the finished file)
What length licence you need
The turnaround time – same day may be possible but could attract a higher fee so I can fit you in
Any quote is based on the project we discuss. If you’ve not got full details yet, that’s OK, we’ll do an initial quote and look at it again when you’ve got all the details. This keeps things fair for you and your clients.
About Karl Brown
Friendly, warm, edgy, confident, and authoritative are how people describe my voice. I do try.
My natural accent is a mix of Hertfordshire and Nottingham. I took my father’s Hertfordshire accent, with it’s RP-esque style, and growing up in Nottingham softened it, making it less posh, less automatically 1920s “This is the BBC in London.”
When not voicing, I’m sometimes getting beaten up in short films, or hitting the gym.