Looking to get started in the audio publishing industry? A great way to start is to take a class:
- Deyan Institute of Voice Artistry and Technology (Los Angeles area onsite training)
- Edge Studio (multiple locations and online)
Many regularly working audiobook narrators now have home studios where they record – this requires a specially built noise-free environment, specific computer software such as ProTools, a high quality microphone and comfort in dealing with digital audio files.
For a more complete guide of information about becoming an audiobook narrator please download our Narrators Guide.
Our member publishers encourage you to submit your title via an agent.
Want to produce and distribute your title yourself? Here are a few resources to get you started.
5 Reasons Audiobook Sales Are Booming And How You Can Be Part Of This Growth
15 Top Tips For Self-Publishing An Audiobook
Members who can help you distribute your title:
Studio and Production members who can help you record your title:
- Airbending Media
- Audio Realms
- Bee Audio
- Cedar House Audio Productions, LLC
- Chapter Four Media
- Deyan Audio Services
- DuArt Media Services
- Edge Studio
- Elephant Audiobooks
- Findaway Voices
- John Marshall Media
- ListenUp Audio
- Maine Streaming Media
- Mosaic Audio
- Outloud Audio
- Potomac Talking Book Services
- Tim Bader Audio
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