This book explains how to create professional voice-over products using Linux and associated open source software. It's a down-to-earth but detailed description based on personal experience, from an author whose primary personal computer is Linux. He has also used Linux to produce several audiobooks that are on Audible.
In this audiobook, you will find practical how-to advice on audio recording, normalization, editing, packaging, and delivery. Technical jargon is demystified with straightforward descriptions of PCM audio and the difference between average and loudness normalization, as well as extensive documentation of the Audacity audio editor.
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