Should an author also narrate their audiobook themselves? Could they?
What 3 things does a writer need to DIY their own audiobook?
A great voice, an expensive microphone, and a audio engineer?
Maybe. But not necessarily.
If you’ve thought about putting your own voice to your own book, you need these 3 things:
The space. The equipment. The technology.
There you go, easy! Can’t wait to hear it.
Wwwait, you say? What tech, which mic…wha…yikes!
You want to use your own voice for your book because you’re an expert on this topic, and you help folks by phone or in person, or you already speak at seminars. But you’ve never recorded anything more than your answering message?
Okay, that’s what I do. I can make your masterpiece into your audio opus, with either my voice, or your own.
Would you like to hear more about how that happens?
Let’s chat and in 20 minutes you’ll have the tools to decide if you are the right voice for your own project, and what it takes to get from giddyup to whoa with an audiobook.
Reach out right now and we’ll schedule a chat: firstname.lastname@example.org