This month, Airshow completed the transfer of Naropa University’s complete analog tape collection: 4,148 recordings from the 6,000+-piece archive were transferred by four audio techs over 2+years, resulting in over 4,500 hours of digitized audio ready for online storage. Naropa was founded 40 years ago, during a wave of Western interest in Buddhism. Over the […]
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Airshow engineers Jon Gold and Anna Frick joined me to explore how we can deploy Airshow’s resources to support independent authors in audiobook production. In Part I, we raised a series of questions an author will want to address in pre-production. In this post, we share recording tips a narrator will find useful, and describe […]Airshow, Anna Frick, audible.com, audio, audiobook, ebook, Jon Gold, Mastering, recording, voice over
Airshow engineers Jon Gold and Anna Frick and I pooled our thoughts on how independent authors could take advantage of pro technical resources and create their ideal audiobook on a real-world budget. In this post, we cover pre-production decisions authors face in creating their audiobook. In the next post, we share tips about recording an […]Airshow, Anna Frick, audible.com, audio, audiobook, ebook, Jon Gold, Mastering, publishing, spoken word, voice over, whispersync
The San Francisco chapter of The Recording Academy chapter visited Colorado last month for two member events and a chance for members to meet the candidates for Board elections. Chapter VP Michael Starita and membership manager Analisa Lono hosted 70 music industry pros at the two events. The first event was a listening session for […]Ann Blonston, Anna Frick, audio, David Glasser, Dominick Maita, Etown Hall, Jon Gold, NARAS, Nick Forster, Punch Bowl Social, recording, The Recording Academy