Ive recently been in talks with a director of a low budget feature film who is currently at previsualisation stage. He has asked me to come on board as not only sound designer, but location sound mixer as well which i'm over the moon about. However, he's asked me to provide a full audio dub for the previsualisation which - i quote - "Can then easily be transfered onto the finished film" as it wont be too far off the previs?!?!?!
Now, i have worked on another low budget feature film which didnt have previs but we did create some sizzle reels of the film at full audio quality to show to sponsers and try and raise money - which i get, but is it common practice to produce a FULL audio dub for a previs (which is esentially an animation) of the FULL film?!?! I feel like i'd be doing the same work 3x over...
He seems to know what hes talking about in terms of my requierments and is happy to assist but has no idea how audio post production works. This just seems a bit much to ask - especially low budget.
Anyone had to do this before?? Any help would be grand thanks,