If you are planning on recording audiobooks from home or are already recording and want to learn more about mastering your audio, this will be a helpful class. Mastering is the final stage of production before an audiobook is released (or distributed). During mastering, narrated audio is transformed into professional quality recordings that meet specific standards and ensure that audio levels are consistent. In this class you will learn about RMS, peak values, noise floor and other related aspects of the process. We will be using Twisted Wave for this class, so if you use Twisted Wave have it with you during the instruction. If you are not a Twisted Wave user, the techniques you will learn can be applied using other popular DAWS and audio editors. Our intention is to help you master mastering; join us.
An interest in mastering for audiobook production.
Knowledge of Twisted Wave. You can visit twistedwave.com for details about this audio editor.
Knowledge of other DAWS (Digitial Audio Workstations) can be helpful for context.
Participants must be present for the entire class (see Duration above).