iatse sound mixer rates

  • IATSE LOCAL 891 RATE SHEET 2018 2021

    Assistant Sound Effects Editor $33.12 $34.76 $34.11 $35.80 $35.13 $36.87 $36.18 $37.98 Second Assistant Editor $30.37 $31.86 $31.28 $32.82 $32.22 $33.80 $33.19 $34.81 Negative Cutter/Conformer $36.18 $37.92 $37.27 $39.06 $38.39 $40.23 $39.54 $41.44 Appendix A IATSE Local 891 Master Agreement Rates Negotiable

  • SCHEDULE A Minimum Rates Rates for IATSE LOCAL 856

    SOUND Production Sound Mixer Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable Boom Operator 36.32 34.24 32.85 31.53 30.27 29.06 Playback Operator/ 2nd Boom Operator 32.49 31.19 29.95 28.75 27.59 26.50 Sound Assistant/ Cable person 28.87 27.73 26.60 25.54 24.51 23.56 SPECIAL EFFECTS

  • SCHEDULE A Minimum Rates (Effective IATSE Local 849

    Production Sound Mixer Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable Boom Operator 35.51 $33.74 $31.96 $30.19 $28.41 Utility Sound Technician 32.33 $30.72 $29.10 $27.48 $25.87

  • 2020-2022 IATSE Low Budget Theatrical Agreement Changes

    1/1/2020· Premium rates will remain at $8.7775, effective 8/2/2020.

  • IATSE Local 695 Rate Card FilmTVsound

    7/28/2020· So how much does a Production Mixer earn? For the benefit of our readers, I have attached a PDF copy of the current rate card for the sound union. IATSE Local 695 Rate Card

  • Wages, Contracts, and Holidays Editors Guild IATSE

    These rates are provided for general information purposes. Not all rates are listed. If there is a discrepancy between the rate card and the collective bargaining agreement, the latter is controlling. IATSE Basic Agreement download. Employers, request access to view the Available for Work List .

  • IATSE Local 695 Production Sound, Video Engineers

    Unions make this happen and IATSE Local 695 is committed to helping every one of our members achieve these goals. IATSE Local 695 Production Sound Technicians, Television Engineers, Video Assist Technicians and Studio Projectionists. Certified & Chartered September 15, 1930. A California Nonprofit Labor Corporation.

  • SCHEDULE A Minimum Rates (Effective January IATSE 849

    SCHEDULE A Minimum Rates (Effective January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019) COSTUME CRAFT SERVICE DIVING GREENS *All amounts in Canadian Dollars FEATURE M.O.W. MINI-SERIES $12 Million CAD+ ALL PROJECTS under $1.25 Million CAD FEATURE M.O.W. MINI-SERIES $3 Million $5.5 million CAD FEATURE M.O.W. $5.5 Million CAD+ SERIES $900,000+ CAD per 1/2

  • AQTIS Rates tables

    The rates tables tool allows you to search minimum hourly rates and minimum daily flat rates of different AQTIS recognized functions by year and collective agreement. The averages were produced from available contract information and were weighed by worked hours and days.

  • Big Wave Production Audio Sound, Audio, Mixing

    As a member of IATSE Local 479 and an Associate member of Cinema Audio Society I am fully dedicated to capturing the best location sound possible for my projects, from the smallest indie budgets to the big budget studio flix. Production sound mixing is my passion and I want to bring that to your set.

  • SCHEDULE A Minimum Rates Rates for IATSE LOCAL 856

    SCHEDULE A Minimum Rates Rates for April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2021 SOUND Production Sound Mixer Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable IATSE TRAINEE 16.50 16.29 16.18 16.00 15.50 15.25 . Title: 2020 Collective Agreement (TC Tracked Draft) Dec.18

  • SCHEDULE A Minimum Rates (Effective IATSE Local 849

    Production Sound Mixer Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable Boom Operator 35.51 $33.74 $31.96 $30.19 $28.41 Utility Sound Technician 32.33 $30.72 $29.10 $27.48 $25.87 Playback Operator 32.33 $30.72 $29.10 $27.48 $25.87 Special Effects Coordinator Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable Negotiable

  • Wage Scales IATSE Local 728

    Basic Agreement & Television Long Form Studio Minimum Rates (8/02/2020 7/31/2021) Effective 8/02/20 5400 Gen. Foreman (per week) $2,808.22 5401 CLT (hourly) $51.83 5401 CLT (weekly per hour) $51.15 5401 CLT (weekly guarantee) $3,120.15 5403 ACLT (hourly) $47.04 5403 ACLT (weekly per hour) $46.22 5403 ACLT (weekly guarantee) $2,819.42 5411 Sub-Foreman $48.74 5421 Chief

  • SCHEDULE A Minimum Rates (Effective January IATSE 849

    SCHEDULE A Minimum Rates (Effective January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019) COSTUME CRAFT SERVICE DIVING GREENS *All amounts in Canadian Dollars FEATURE M.O.W. MINI-SERIES $12 Million CAD+ ALL PROJECTS under $1.25 Million CAD FEATURE M.O.W. MINI-SERIES $3 Million $5.5 million CAD FEATURE M.O.W. $5.5 Million CAD+ SERIES $900,000+ CAD per 1/2

  • Crafts and Classifications List IATSE Studio Mechanics

    Sound. Mixer. Recordist. Boom Person. Assistant. Cable Utility Person IATSE LOCAL 489 P.O. Box 100056 Pittsburgh, PA 15233 Tel: (412) 926-6490

  • Dave Pullmer Location Sound Vancouver

    I'm a Sound Mixer based in Vancouver, Canada. I have an equipment package suitable for commercials, documentary, drama, and corporate. I 've got a valid passport and am always happy to travel for work. I also work as a boom operator, and am a member of IATSE 891. Contact me for rates and availability. Thanks for looking!

  • BradTheSoundGuy/Home

    Production Sound Mixer, Location Sound Recordist & Boom Operator in Calgary, AB, Canada. Providing location sound services for film, television & video productions of all sizes including commercials, documentaries, series, features and corporate work.

  • Mobile ADR Vancouver Voice Over The ADR Room

    SAG / AFTRA APPROVED RECORDING STUDIO IATSE 891 union mixer The ADR Room is a mobile voice over recording and Automated Dialogue Replacement (ADR) studio. That’s right, our top of the line recording studio is on wheels meaning we come to you on-set, on location or to your home.

  • The Way We Were: Mixers Past & Present (Part 1)

    The 1950’s. While manufacturers such as RCA and Western Electric attempted to extend the useful life of the optical sound equipment that they had sunk a significant amount of development money into, by the late 1950’s, the technology for production sound recording had already begun making the transition to ¼” tape with the introduction of the Nagra III recorder.

  • IATSE 873

    Please note that this is not a full departmental listing. Only members with a resume on file are being displayed.