Will you learn with me how to narrate audio books with Adobe Audition and publish audio books on Audible, an Amazon company, using the Audiobook Creation Exchange or ACX? Join me in a journey from start to finish in this class showing how to begin with a book idea and take it through to becoming an audio book! Why take the time to publish on Audible? My sales on Audible reached over $10,000 with me earning over $5,000 within the first year meaning this is one of the fastest ways I have ever made money online. The best part is that I know Audible is here to stay because I have been a gold or platinum member for 6 years and I love listening to audio books!
The problem is that getting an audio book published on Audible was one of the most mysterious and challenging processes I have experienced as a video producer and author online. I hope this class makes it much easier for you to get your first, second, and third audio books uploaded!
Figuring the whole process out for me has taken months including having several entire books returned to me and having to go back and reprocess all of the audio again which was really annoying. I hope this simple Audible ACX audio file tutorial using Adobe Audition is useful for you in having an easier time with it than I did! Would you like to continue learning with me? I am about to launch a complete class on Audible publishing using ACX and already have a class featuring how to publish Kindle books which allow for putting an audio version on Audible.
To begin, you need a recorded audio file ready to prepare for publishing on ACX. Open up Adobe Audition to repeat the steps exactly or use a similar program to find similar functions!
After saving the file, you are ready to upload to ACX and get published on Audible at the right volume! You can verify you did it correctly by checking the loudness RMS and peaks in Audition in the Loudness workspace.
Where did I make this process from? I used the official ACX Audio Submission Requirements for Audiobooks as listed in Audible customer help at http://jerry.tips/acxfiles. Audible makes it clear the ACX Quality Assurance team may reject titles that do not meet these standards.
Here are the requirements for each audio file which using Adobe Audition as I show in this tutorial helps me to meet.
Thank you for reading this and I hope it is helpful!
Jerry Banfield started his business online in 2011 while working on his PhD to help people with video game addiction. When he tried to share his new venture with the world, he quickly became frustrated with the limited means of learning how to promote his website and chose to learn by making every mistake himself. In realizing everyone else must be having the same problem, he applied his experience to helping clients in more than twenty countries and then to teaching millions of students on YouTube. Over 1% of people on earth (100+ million) have seen something Jerry has done online from his Facebook ads to his viral gaming videos to his "The Jerry Banfield Show" podcast to his free tutorials with millions of views to his live daily gaming streams on Facebook, YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, and Mixer! When you take one of Jerry’s classes, he is extremely grateful for the opportunity to continue being of service to you online and he tries to show that by adding new videos to his classes daily. Jerry has a wife and daughter he is grateful to see each day while working at home and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Carolina and a master’s degree from the University of South Florida.