Audiobook editing puts the finish on your audio project. An experienced audiobook editor is well versed in the industry standards for audio quality, structure and pacing, and can deliver a professional-level finished product that is ready for upload. In addition to improving sound quality, removing noise and formatting the audio to match the manuscript, the audio editor will catch pronunciation issues and ensure that your audiobook will pass all levels of scrutiny when released into the market.
The hardest part of the recording process is finding a quiet place to record - especially if you live in the city. Noise makes the audiobook editor's job that much harder, so we applaud the efforts of MIT to find good, economical sound-proofing solutions: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3387341/Soundproof-bedroom-flick-switch-Metamaterial-built-walls-turns-sound-will.html