Insights into Audiobook recording

My favorite audiobook narrator, Scott Brick has posted a doozy of a tome on his blog about the challenges of recording audiobooks with regard to different accents the author drums up. He’s certainly not complaining, because as he says “he has the collest job on the world.” I have to agree.

Read the whole thing here.

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About Jeffrey Kafer

I am a Seattle-based voice over artist specializing in audiobooks, but also working in corporate narration and commercials. You can find me at http://audiobook-voice-over.com View all posts by Jeffrey Kafer

One response to “Insights into Audiobook recording

  • joe campo

    Can someone point me to a blog/website that gives ideas about how to actually record an audiobook? I am new to voice acting with my own studio. I use Pro Tools LE. When I read a book, is the entire book stored in one session? Do I create one track per page, so it’s easier to find errors to go back and redo? Then copy/paste the tracks together. Or do you do one track per chapter? I’d love advice on how audiobook readers handle this. thanks.

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