Audio is the up-and-coming market, but the price of entry can be a horrific $300-500 per finished hour and up.
M. L. Buchman has recorded and published over 30 audio titles—himself.
- Here he covers the basics you need to record your own audiobooks.
- How to decide if it’s the best option.
- When you should outsource the engineering.
- Why you’re wrong when you “hate your own voice.”
- Tools, techniques, and free studio space ideas.
- A step-by-step guide to recording and engineering your own audiobook.
- How to quantify direct, and most importantly of all, indirect costs.
This simplified guide delivers the confidence to tackle the unique opportunity of “Read by Author.”
About the Author
Table of Contents
1. The Basics 1
2. Your Narrator Voice 7
3. Character Voices 17
4. The Recording Space 29
5. Equipment 39
6. A Recording Session 53
7. Intro to Engineering 67
8. Engineering 77
9. The Listen 97
10. Final Steps 105
About the Author 115
Also by M. L. Buchman 117