Subject: Re: sound diffusion/projection fees
From: Ian Chuprun (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Oct 28 2005 - 10:21:42 EDT
A big thanks to everyone who replied, either here or in private. The
replies fell into three groups, listed below.
Remember, this was for a 10 minute diffusion (not the diffusionist's own
piece), including prep, rehearsal time and the performance. The ranges were:
1. $0-$20 USD
2. $120-$175 USD
3. The going rate for an instrumentalist in that particular place (here
in Montreal this means it would be $268).
The idea that a diffusionist is equal to an instrumentalist is very
interesting. I do not necessarily agree, but at least the pay scale is
way better ;-)
Thomas Gerwin wrote:
> Hi Ian;
> I am doing this regularly in my concert series KLANGWELTEN and in other
> concerts too. The fee for the sound diffusion is handled like the fee
> for a traditional musician - the "diffusionist" needs to invest the same
> amount of work as an instrument player.
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> "Ian Chuprun" <email@example.com> schrieb:
> > 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.
> > Ian
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