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.
Sound the Alarm Chapter 2 Janet Newley always wanted to be an audiobook editor. But now it looked like the most dangerous decision she had ever made. The security of the country was depending on her and her headphones. The package arrived and Janet couldn’t contain herself – the new controller for her audiobook workstation had arrived, and now Janet could bring her work-flow optimization effort up to a new level. Every audiobook editing command imaginable could be programmed into this high-tech keypad and shuttle. She could increase her speed and accuracy to new heights with this baby. Technology changed so much since Janet first started working in the industry. In the late 1980’s, when she