If you read my last post, you know that I am endeavoring to become an Audible producer. The audition I submitted was accepted and garnered me an offer to narrate and produce an audiobook for one in a travel series. My huge concern was that, for most of my previous voiceover work, I just had to show up with my voice. The producers did the technical stuff. Not so for Audible. As an Audible narrator, you are responsible for the technical details regarding the quality of the recording. Long story short, I read, studied, practiced, and played around with bit rates, sampling, and a whole lot of other recording intricacies that I had previously not been familiar with. Bottom line is that today, my technical sample was approved by the quality assurance engineers, as well as the book's rights holder. OMG. Onward!
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