|David Glasser wrote on Sat, 05 March 2011 14:53|
I can't think of any other industry where so many practitioners trip over themselves to boast - proudly - how much work they do for free.
For some reason your comment has been stuck in my head since I read this post. So I'll ask...
How do you charge for making MP3's? Do you charge regular "on the clock" studio time, a flat rate, something else? I know Airshow is a big shop with lots of clients, so I'm curious how that works in your operation.
Wouldn't mind if Chris Athens or Dave McNare spoke up about how this is handled at Sterling as they are also at a "big shop" studio.