This is a look at how I am currently using RX 6 Standard with Cubase when working on my audiobook recordings.
This is not a review as such and may well grow over time as I learn more.
A growing list of resources about producing audiobooks from around the websphere. Let me know if there are any useful titbits I should include.
In the good old days, scripts were printed on paper and the voice over would go through the lines with a pen, marking it up so he or she had a better chance when it came to recording.
In our modern world, paper is seen as a waste of trees and most of us work on tablets. So, how do I prepare my script?
Following on from my articles on Audiobooks, I thought I should talk a bit about poetry.
Although many of the techniques and technology tips are the same as recording any other spoken word media, poetry does have some specifics when it comes to presentation and attitude. This article is aimed at the poet who is possibly less confident when it comes to using their own voice to record their poems.
Audiobooks are becoming much more important. So, should you think about the audiobook version as you write your novel? I think you should.
This deals with the more technical side of recording: How to sit, where to place the microphone, what to do about pops and so on.
Part of the series of tips on recording your book as an audiobook, this FAQ deals with technical issues such as sound booths, microphones, and other interesting bits and pieces.
Part of the series of tips on recording your book as an audiobook, this article covers questions about editing.
Part of the series of tips on recording your audiobook, this article focuses on questions about reading and recording the book.
I thought I would put together a random selection of tips for those of you recording and editing your own audiobooks.
This is not a tutorial, but a pile of quickies that might be useful.
Although I must compose more songs, I also need to do artwork for the tracks so far. Hard work, but important
A nice, heartwarming selection of reviews for my various books.
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