Making Tracks: A Writer’s Guide to Audiobooks (And How To Produce Them) by J. Daniel Sawyer
Without a doubt, any writer serious about producing quality audiobooks or podcasting will benefit greatly from this book. You will learn the jargon of audio; receive instruction on all the necessary equipment, and benefit from the author’s long career in the field.
The book includes the details of what you need to know about the technical side of audio, all the way from one-person, single-read to full production audio with multiple actors and sound effects.
All in all, this would be a very valuable addition to anyone’s library, especially those who want to do audiobooks. The book is not too technical and offers practical advice, the author does an excellent job of explaining this subject in plain English for the ordinary person.