How To Handle PFH and Royalty Share Plus Deposits With Your Paymaster

Hey there, hero!

Now that ACX has Royalty Share Plus, I wanted to take a moment to clarify how to handle our preferred payment procedure (50% down, 50% on completion of the book) when using a paymaster.

And I highly recommend Noah Michael Levine at Skywire Paymaster Services as he’s got this down.

I contacted him and asked him how he’d like us to do this, and once again, he proved how narrator-friendly he is.

Hope this helps!

David

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  1. Great video David! Very informative.
    I’ve been doing VO’s since the 90’s but never yet have done an audio book. I feel like I don’t work fast enough to make it worth my while. I did watch your video on perfectionism (taking too long to record voice auditions in order to get them “perfect”) and was thinking that would probably Be my issue with recording an audio book. In which case, I fear that one novel would take me a year to complete!!! lol
    On average, how long should one take to record per page. I want to see if it is realistic for me to even think of attempting it.
    Thank you!

    1. That’s not a question anyone can answer, nor is it valuable. You don’t have to worry about that – you’ll record over time, for as long as you need. It depends on what process you train what ratio your work hours are to finished hours. For me, it takes less than a couple of minutes, usually.

  2. I’m a little confused, never having done Audio Narration before, I’m to ask for 50%of the estimated hours for the book, ie. 10 hours. Then I am to ask for the remainder, whether it is 5 hours or 5 and half hours (length of time for the book to be recorded 10 and a half hours total) before hitting the done button. Does that mean I do not hit the done button until the final payment has been sent to my paymaster or where ever?