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April 19, 2014, 02:05:29 PM
TIGSource ForumsDeveloperBusinessWhat is a fair price to demand as a Indie Soundtrack Composer/Freelancer?
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stevesan
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« Reply #15 on: April 12, 2012, 08:09:15 AM »

$1 / minute and $100 / track? Those seem like very odd prices compared to each other. Did you miss a decimal point somewhere? Tongue

Nah, in a number of countries 1.000 means 1,000...I assume this was the case with his post, since he kept putting USD after the prices...which Americans are typically arrogant enough to assume everyone knows $1000 means a thousand USD.  And before anyone gets offended by me calling Americans arrogant, I'm American...and we, in general, are arrogant =P

Oh i see. I wouldn't say arrogant..just insular Smiley
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« Reply #16 on: April 12, 2012, 05:29:19 PM »

Nah, in a number of countries 1.000 means 1,000...I assume this was the case with his post, since he kept putting USD after the prices...which Americans are typically arrogant enough to assume everyone knows $1000 means a thousand USD.
It was naive to assume 1.000 means 1.0. But on an international website or forum $ is usually going to refer to USD. Every other country combined that uses a non-USD $ have only a fraction of the US GDP and economic importance. Not only that but it is involved in nearly all international currency trades and is the international dollar.
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