Re: sound diffusion/projection fees


Subject: Re: sound diffusion/projection fees
From: Ivan Elezovic (elezovic@uiuc.edu)
Date: Thu Oct 27 2005 - 15:26:17 EDT


Hi Ian,

I have had a previous experience regarding working for somebody who was
willing to pay me in order to diffuse her piece. The piece that I have
diffused was around eight minutes long and I was paid $120 U.S. It is
important to know that there is no (or not that I am aware of) any
standardized fee for this kind of work. It is pretty much up to you and
the person whom you hired to diffuse your piece. The price may also
vary based on actual preparation of diffusionist. If you have a score
(which I have a tendency to make) for exact diffusion in the piece,
this means that your diffusionist will have to spend more time in order
to learn that. It is not easy trust me! If you give your diffusionist a
certain level of freedom to do what he or she wants, then the price
could be a bit lower.

Good luck!

Ivan Elezovic
Composition/Theory
University of Illinois
School of Music
1114 West Nevada St.
Urbana, IL 61801
elezovic@uiuc.edu

On Oct 27, 2005, at 1:02 PM, Ian Chuprun wrote:

> Hi,
>
> does anyone have any idea about a reasonable fee to pay for someone
> doing a sound diffusion/projection? If the diffusionist had to diffuse
> a 10 minute piece, (not their own piece), with the prep work,
> rehearsal and the actual diffusion, what would be a reasonable amount
> to pay for the work?
>
> Has anyone here been paid to do a sound diffusion? I cannot seem to
> find anything on this on the web so I guess it might be the beginning
> of something new, but I'm sure there are a few individuals around who
> were paid for this work. Please let me know, either here or in
> private. Thanks.
>
> Ian
>
> ian@7circles.ca
>
>
>



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