Creating an Audiobook Using ACX – My Experience – Part 2 of 3

Author Don Massenzio

Audio books concept. Vintage books and headphones.

This is the second part of my post on considering your book for production as an audio book.

In Part 1 of this post, I talked about finding a voice actor on ACX. I’ll pick up in this part with what to expect once you have submitted a proposal to a voice actor.

Let’s assume that you receive an audition from a voice actor for a sample of your work and you like what you hear and want to make a proposal to have him/her record your book.

The audition dashboard shown below is an example of what it will look like after you indicate that you like the audition.

acx7

If your offer is accepted, you’ll see something that looks like this:

acx8

As you can see, this view gives you a synopsis of your deal with the audio book producer (voice actor). It shows when the first 15 minutes are…

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