Q: Does anybody know of a website where I might get a feel for typical salaries for post production / radio production engineering - the position is 35-40 hour per week...basically it's pretty simple Pro Tools engineering tracking and assembling a radio program with some but very limited production responsibilities. ...or would anybody care to share their experiences in this matter Located in Hollywood. This job is ALREADY FILLED, please don't reply with resumes etc.
A: -There are still 'salaried' positions in audio ?!? Oh... I see, commercial or corporate production. Add up your entire cost of living, and shoot for an additional 20%, or have your agent negotiate for you. I'm so used to getting 40% (+ or - a few cents) of the gross billable hours, I forgot all about *real* staff positions. -You could check the union rates to get an idea for a starting point. There are different rates for editors, mixers, and recordists. Small non-union houses will pay a little less, people with lots of experience and credits will get more than scale.
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