This x 10,230, 539.3. Words of wisdom.There is no guide. It's going to depend on the type of work, the complexity, the talent level of the orchestrator, the fame level of the orchestrator, how busy he/she is at the moment, and how interested he/she is in orchestrating your project. Also, will that orchestrator have any ongoing financial interest in what happens with the project? Union? Non-union? All-in price needed? Mock-up needed?
I was kidding. But you probably are not a musician, otherwise you would have understood my reply, right? So, here is the problem with your question.
If you check the link in my previous post you could calculate it to be $769 for that job.
You've just opened a can of worms. You said "orchestrating" and now you're saying "arranging". Which is it? They have always been different jobs, and these days they are even more different.alright lets say its 70 bars of music by Bach that needs arranging for orchestra