Audiobook Master Class
The class is closed to new attendees, but you can still audit this amazing 2-day workshop, where guest director Dan Musselman reveals the myriad ways to maximize performance in audiobook narration. But what exactly does that mean?
There are many decisions to make when narrating an audiobook: how to direct yourself, interpret the text, what points to emphasize, how to deliver convincing voices for characters, how to sound interested with totally un-interesting copy, and countless other things to remember.
Dan and I will share dozens of great tips & techniques to help you make the next performance leap in your audiobook narration, all while receiving supportive feedback and direction. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to:
* Find the right voice for any audiobook
* Apply depth, color & texture
* Wield the power of timing and emphasis
* Create convincing character voices
* Decide on Fiction vs. Non-Fiction
* Locate Audiobook Publishers
* Produce an Audiobook Demo
* And so much more
And as an auditor, you’ll get all the content workshop attendees get, plus a recording of the entire workshop. I’m one of the few teachers in the world who lets people audit my classes. If you’re interested in audiobook narration, this is one workshop you don’t want to miss. Dan Musselman is a legend in the industry. He started Books on Tape, and put Random House Audio on the map before they merged with Penguin Audio.