Narrator Production Requirements
As a narrator, you'll be expected to deliver fully finished audio upon completion of the production. This means:
- The audio meets our technical specifications available here.
- The audio has been proofed against the manuscript to ensure it matches the text 1:1. Please note - this is your responsibility, the author should not be proof-listening!
- The audio has been fully edited, mastered, and produced to sound great and is ready for sale.
Timelines are absolutely crucial as authors plan full release schedules around your performance. Please take all appropriate steps to avoid delays and let our team know immediately if you won't be able to meet your deadline.
Narrator: Important Tips to Remember!
We want to make sure that all of our narrators have a great experience narrating with Findaway Voices! To ensure that experience, please remember these tips: Please, do not start recording the production until ALL PARTIES have signed and ...
How do narrator payments work?
Findaway Voices is built to be fair and flexible for both authors and narrators. Here's how it works for narrators: We pay narrators by their PFH (Per Finished Hour) rate, meaning they get paid based on the duration of the final performance. Each ...
Narrator's Guide to Audiobook Production
What happens once you’ve been selected by the Rights Holder to narrate their audiobook? This document outlines the important steps that go into creating an audiobook with Findaway Voices! 1. Sign Project-Specific Agreement & Review Guidelines Sign ...
Narrator: Marketplace Production Phase
Producing the Performance in Production Phase As the narrator, it is your personal preference how you decide to upload audio files to the project. You can choose to upload files all at once, in batches, or individually. The rights holder is notified ...
I'm a narrator, why should I work with Findaway Voices?
Here are the biggest benefits of working on Findaway Voices! Managed Productions: We'll recommend you whenever we think you'd be a great match for an author's book. The casting lists we send to authors usually recommend 5–10 narrators. This means ...