If you’re looking for an audiobook production recording, then you’ve come to the right place. Our team have over 20 years experience in working for the biggest brands in radio and have produced many thousands of hours of audio for independent clients as well as programmes for the BBC.
What facilities do you have?
We have a professional recording studio with an independent (sound proofed) voice-over booth. Plus, we also have a control room studio with a selection of chairs and mics to record intimate interviews with guests or individual voice overs.
Our studio also includes a live ISDN stereo telephone link to record voice overs at other locations across the globe. Plus, we can also patch-in the author or publisher to the live recording so they can take part in direction if they can’t be present at the studio. We also have a vast selection of royalty free music and sound effects and a huge portfolio of professional voice over artists, both male and female in all types of languages.
How do you provide the audiobook production when finished?
Whether you require the audio in just it’s raw form only or fully edited and produced, we can deliver the audio on a fully mastered run of CD’s or email the file as a download link in any audio file format you may require.
How much will the production cost?
We can either charge you our hourly rate until the job is finished. Or, we can agree a set price based on your budget. It’s entirely up to you. However, there’s a few price factors to consider. Like, will you want to record the book yourself or use a professional voice over?
If you want to use a voice over, would you want a male or female voice? And what language would you want the book recording in? It’s also worth knowing if you’d like to take part in the recording. If you do, this can often slow down the production process as the time to record can take a lot longer. And finally, how many words need to be recorded?
Do you have any more questions? Then why not drop us a line, on 01978 755 708 or fill out the enquiry form on the right hand side of this page.