This Week In Links: September 2 – 6

We’ve got some top tier advice for ACX producers and rights holders this week. Producers can learn about studio gear and software, and how to keep morale up. Rights holders can learn how to reach readers and what to say once they do. Have a well informed weekend, and make sure to check back in with us next week for more audiobook info!

For producers:

Free ProTools 101 Classes – via Sam Ash – Let the experts teach you the basics of this popular software

How To Prevent Voiceover Burnout – via Bodalgo – Career and lifestyle advice to keep you happy and productive.

Do Voiceover Actors Suffer From an Inferiority Complex? – via NetherVoice – “Just because we don’t necessarily get recognized for our work, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t take professional pride in what we do.”

ACX Studio Gear Series Part 1:  Microphones and Preamps – via The ACX Blog – Earlier this week we tackled the first step in outfitting your studio with recording equipment, and provided options for all price ranges.

For rights holders:

10 Ways to Fake a Professional Edit: – via The Creative Penn – Self editing is not a replacement for professional copyediting, but if you must go it alone, here are 10 tips to get the most out of your efforts.

9 Different Channels for Reaching Readers – via Chameleon Ink – Online and in the real world, here’s a list of ways to connect with your audience.

What NOT to Post When Marketing Your Book: 8 Common Mistakes to Avoid – via The Future of Ink – Now that you’ve reached your readers, here’s a few tips on what not to say to them.

Position Yourself For Audiobook Success This Holiday Season – via The ACX Blog – Now is the time to start audiobook productions you want on sale this holiday season. We’ll tell you why, and give you some holiday marketing tips to boot.

Did you read any audiobook articles worth sharing? Tell us in the comments!

3 responses to “This Week In Links: September 2 – 6

  1. The Sam Ash link for Pro Tools is not working. Thanks.

  2. Ah,that worked, thanks.
    Ed

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