Now we get to the part of being an audiobook narrator isn’t quite so much fun. It’s a good news / bad news situation. It’s called Post Processing and it means that you’re responsible to be the producer of the final audio file. In the previous steps, you’ve read the book and listened to what you’ve read to make sure that there aren’t any mistakes in the reading. In this stage, you’ll be doing the steps which make the audio files acceptable to publishing platforms like Audible, Amazon, iTunes & Findawayvoices. These steps are:
The article continues at How to become an audiobook narrator – Part 3 – Post processing
In case you missed them, you can read Part 1 - How to become an audiobook narrator - First you'll need equipment & training here
and Part 2 - How to become an audiobook narrator - Recording here.
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