Subject: Re: sound diffusion/projection fees
From: Louis Dufort (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Oct 27 2005 - 20:08:04 EDT
At Elektra festival, in 1998, we paid 150.00$ (can) for a sound diffusion
le 10/27/05 3:26 PM, Ivan Elezovic à firstname.lastname@example.org a écrit :
> 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
> University of Illinois
> School of Music
> 1114 West Nevada St.
> Urbana, IL 61801
> On Oct 27, 2005, at 1:02 PM, Ian Chuprun wrote:
>> 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.
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