The price of your translation will depend on factors such as the number of words, the content of the text itself, how quickly you need it and the format of your document (for example a PDF document or a Word document containing images that require editing may cost more). I therefore need to take a look at your document before I can give you give you an accurate quote.
To give you an idea, here are a few examples:
- A 500-word biography for a musician would cost around £60
- A 2000-word extract from an academic music journal would cost between £200 and £300
- A 20-page concert programme would cost roughly £1,050
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Once I have taken a look at your document, I will be able to tell you the exact cost of your project in advance – no surprise charges after the job’s done!
I aim to provide a personal, friendly and tailored service. This involves listening to your needs and expectations before providing a detailed quotation listing exactly what you will get and when you will get it.
Depending on the nature of the project, a translation will generally require research (checking terminology, dates, facts, figures etc.), at least 2 drafts and a quality check process involving proofreading, spelling and grammar checks, a formatting check and a final comparison against the original document. You will normally also receive one or two progress reports during the project, depending on the length and timescale.
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