When you hire my voiceover services, you’ll be dealing with a friendly, open, honest, fair-minded and good-humoured professional. I’m sure you’ll agree that working with someone who’s personable, professional and knowledgeable is a reassuringly good thing for your voiceover project.
I value quality, professionalism, and being easy to work with – and so do the people I work for. That’s why, when I send them my voiceover recordings to brief, to deadline, and to their absolute satisfaction, they’re only too happy to pay me in good time and in line with our agreements.
Naturally, it’s these kinds of ‘good business’ values that I’ve applied to my terms of business below. And if you’re like me (and the good people I work for), then I’m sure you’ll be happy to agree to them, too.
Thanks for your attention so far. Now, please make yourself comfortable, maybe even grab a coffee. Here comes the more serious legal bit, which lets you and I know where we stand, when we work together on a voiceover project.
Under these terms and conditions, Chas Rowe, UK voiceover artist, is described as the ”contractor”.
The producer, intermediary or client who solicits or purchases professional voiceover services provided by Chas Rowe is described as the ”hirer”.
The ”recording(s)” means the audio provided by the ”contractor” to the ”hirer”.
The ”contract” means the ”contractor’s” terms of business, including but not limited to, the written recording fee and usage/licence fee agreement between the ”contractor” and the ”hirer”.
The ”licence” or ”licensing” (also known as the ”usage”) means the purpose(s) and period(s) of time during which the ”recording(s)” may be used legally under ”contract”.
”BSF” means the basic studio or session fee i.e. the recording fee, also known as the hourly rate.
Last updated: 14th January 2019
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