Oh, right. There was another problem. The original voice capture was MP3. MP3 is not recommended for original entertainment recording. MP3 is intended for the end product. Make an MP3 for your Personal Music Player to take with you to the beach.
MP3 produces stealth problems. MP3 gets its tiny, convenient sound files by very cleverly hiding sound damage. As long as you stay in uncompressed, perfect quality WAV files after recording, there's no trouble. ACX wants you to submit your work in MP3.
there are several online recording sites that should be able to produce a decent recording that will meet specs.
While I'm doing that, can you talk a bit about the above? People routinely go to a lot of effort to avoid sending show sound down the internet pipes because of instability, damage and quality problems.
I don't know that I will for the reasons you mention - sound is a freaking lot of data going back and forth.
One other note. Recording volume and Submitting volume are different. Submitting volume is very tightly controlled so as to make each chapter sound the same and more or less match all the other audiobooks. Recording volume has to be as loud as convenient with no chance at all of peak damage or overload. Recording volume is always lower than Submission volume.
That's why I said write down how you did the second clip.
I'm used to live performance
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