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>> Back to Homepage Translation

August 2007's update.

This page shall be our worksheet for the various subpages of the librivox homepage.

Pages translated into [Farsi]

We are on the way to translate important parts of our website to several languages. Please understand that this is work-intensive and difficult to keep the translated pages as current as the original version. Moreover, it is unavoidable that links from the translated websites mostly point to English pages.

صفحات ترجمه شده به فارسی

ما در حال ترجمه بخشهای مهم سایت به زبان های مختلف هستیم. لطفا این نکته را در نظر داشته باشید که بروز نگاه داشتن دایمی صفحات ترجمه شده نسبت به نسخه ی اصلی ، مشکل است .علاوه بر این به طور غیر قابل اجتنابی،اغلب لینک هااز صفحات ترجمه شده به صفحات انگلیسی هدایت می شوند.




گوش کنید

LibriVox provides free audiobooks from the public domain. There are several options for listening. The first step is to get the mp3 or ogg files into your own computer:

لیبریواکس امکان استفاده از کتاب‌های شنیداری که در مالکیت عمومی هستند را فراهم می کند. راههای مختلفی برای گوش کردن به این کتاب‌ها وجود دارد. اولین قدم دریافت فایل‌های mp3 یا ogg در رایانه خودتان است :

LibriVox catalog

LibriVox's catalog

نمایه لیبریواکس


LibriVox Podcasts

پادکست‌های لیبریواکس

A podcast is a way to automatically download audiofiles to your computer from a specific show, or “feed.” You can listen on your computer, on a portable media device such as an ipod, or you can burn the files to a CD and listen on a regular stereo. In order to get podcasts onto your computer, you’ll need some podcatching software, such as iTunes or Juice. Alternately, you can listen to podcasts “streaming” in your browser. For more detailed instructions, see our Guide for Listeners (wiki).

یک پادکست روشی برای دانلود خودکار فایلهای شنیداری مربوط به یک برنامه یا "فید" به رایانه‌ی شمااست.شما می توانیداین فایلها را به وسیله رایانه‌تان یا یک دستگاه پرتابل موسیقی مثل آی پادگوش دهید، یا آنکه آنها را روی یک لوح فشرده ذخیره نموده و از طریق یک دستگاه پخش استریو بشنوید.برای دریافت پادکست در رایانه‌تان نیاز به یک نرم‌افزار مدیریت پادکست مانند آی تیونز یا جوس دارید. روش دیگر شنیدن پادکست در مرورگرتان است . برای اطلاع از جزئیات بیشتر می‌توانید راهنمای شنوندگان ( ویکی( را ببینید.

LibriVox is currently podcasting three different shows:

لیبریواکس در حال حاظر سه برنامه مختلف را به صورت پادکست منتشر می کند:

  • LibriVox Books Podcast
  • LibriVox Community Podcast, and
  • LibriVox New Releases Podcast.

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LibriVox Books Podcast

پادکست کتاب‌های لیبریواکس

We select a book from our collection and podcast a chapter at a time, three times a week, from start to finish. You’ll also get a bonus track once a week, selected from our weekly poetry project.

ما یک کتاب را از مجموعه‌مان انتخاب نموده و سه بار در هفته، هربار یک فصل را از ابتدا تا انتها منتشر می کنیم. همچنین هر هفته یک ترک اضافی که از پرژه اشعار هفتگی ما انتخاب شده است را دریافت می‌کنید

To subscribe to this podcast, copy and paste this URL into your podcatcher:

برای اشتراک این پادکست آدرس زیر را در برنامه مدیریت پادکست خود وارد کنید:

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Or click on the URL below to add the podcast to iTunes automatically (say “yes” if your computer asks):

یا برای اضافه کردن پادکست به آی تیونز به صورت خودکار روی لینک زیر کلیک کنید ( اگر از شما پرسیده شد ، دکمه‌ی yes را فشار دهید


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LibriVox Community Podcast

پادکست گروهی لیبریواکس

A weekly podcast for and by the LibriVox community. Rotating hosts design shows on all sorts of topics, from the latest new projects to technical advice, interviews with readers, listeners, admins, and others. If you’d like to host a show, let us know.

یک پادکست هفتگی که توسط اعضای لیبریواکس و برای آنان تهیه شده است."به ترجمه بهتر نیاز دارد "

To subscribe to this podcast, copy and paste this URL into your podcatcher:

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Or click on the URL below to add the podcast to iTunes automatically (say “yes” if your computer asks):


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LibriVox New Releases Podcast

پادکست جدیدترین نسخه‌ها

The LibriVox New Releases Podcast is a way for both the general public and LibriVox community members to review and sample the newest LibriVox audiobooks without having to download a series of large, individual audio files. The outward reaching New Releases Podcast appears regularly in the middle and at the end of every month! A listing of the newest releases over the past two weeks, together with a dozen poignant sound samplings from LibriVox volunteer readers, is now available in your earbuds.

پادکست جدیدترین نسخه‌های لیبریواکس روشی برای اعضای مجموعه لیبریواکس و نیز استفاده کنندگان عادی است تا از طریق آن جدیدترین کتاب‌های شنیداری را بدون نیاز به دانلود همه‌ی مجموعه ارزیابی و مورد آزمایش قرار دهند.

To subscribe to this podcast, copy and paste this URL into your podcatcher:

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Or click on the URL below to add the podcast to iTunes automatically (say “yes” if your computer asks):


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Would you like to record chapters of books in the public domain? It's easy to volunteer. All you need is a computer, some free recording software, and your own voice.


Visit the forums

LibriVox: free audiobooks

LibriVox: free audiobooks

LibriVox volunteers record chapters of books in the public domain and release the audio files back onto the net. Our goal is to make all public domain books available as free audio books.

More info


More information

LibriVox Objective

To make all books in the public domain available, for free, in audio format on the internet.

Our Fundamental Principles

Librivox is a non-commercial, non-profit and ad-free project

Librivox donates its recordings to the public domain
Librivox is powered by volunteers

Librivox maintains a loose and open structure

Librivox welcomes all volunteers from across the globe, in all languages

More Information

What We Do

Resources and Partners

In the Press


The Beginning


What We Do

LibriVox volunteers record chapters of books in the public domain, and then we release the audio files back onto the net for free. All our audio is in the public domain, so you may use it for whatever purpose you wish.

Volunteering for LibriVox is easy and does not require any experience with recording or audio engineering or acting or public speaking. All you need is a computer, some free recording software, and your own voice. We accept all volunteers in all languages, with all kinds of accents. You don’t need to audition or send us samples. We’ll accept you no matter what you sound like.

We operate almost exclusively through Internet communications on our forum, where all your questions will be answered by our friendly community. We have a flat structure, designed to let people do just what they want to do.

For more detailed information, see our FAQ.

We’d like your help. Click to learn about volunteering for LibriVox.

Resources and Partners

We get most of our texts from Project Gutenberg, and the Internet Archive and ibiblio.org host our audio files (for free!).

Our annual budget is $0, and for the moment we don’t need any money. We’ll let you know if that changes. In the mean time, perhaps you might consider supporting our partners: Project Gutenberg, Internet Archive.

In the Press

Some press articles about LibriVox:

   * Reason Magazine
   * Los Angeles Times
   * Montreal Gazette
   * New York Times
   * red hat magazine
   * The World - BBC Radio
   * wired.com
   * IT conversations (audio)
   * creative commons
   * wikinews
   * Les Echos (fr)

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LibriVox was inspired by AKMA’s audio volunteer project that brought Lawrence Lessig’s book, Free Culture, to your ears.

Other inspirations include:

   * Urban Art Adventures’ and the podchef
   * Wikipedia
   * Richard Stallman & the Free Software movement
   * Project Gutenburg
   * Creative Commons
   * Internet Archive
   * Brewster Kahle’s talk: Universal Access to All Human Knowledge

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The Beginning

LibriVox was started in August 2005, by Hugh McGuire, a Montreal-based writer and web developer. More about him can be found at hughmcguire.net. An interview with Paula B from The Writing Show describing the project in its earliest days can be found here.


If you want to give feedback, please read this first.

The best way to get in touch is on our Forum.

Send us an email at: info[AT]librivox[DOT]org





Contact LibriVox

The best way to contact us is by posting on our Forum

LibriVox can be reached at: info[AT]librivox[DOT]org

Please read this, if you wish to give feedback.

LibriVox Links

LibriVox's links

Our catalog

Our catalogue

How to listen

How to listen

About Listening to LibriVox

LibriVox audiobooks are free (*). You may use them for whatever purpose you like. Click here for information about our public domain license. Click here to hear some samples of LibriVox recordings.

There are several options for listening. The first step is to get the audio files (mp3 or ogg vorbis) into your own computer. There are two main ways to do this:

1. Thrice-weekly Podcast

We podcast one book at a time, with three audio installments a week. To subscribe to our podcast, copy and paste this URL into your podcatcher:

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If you use iTunes, the subscription will happen automatically if you click on this URL:


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2. Catalog

Visit our catalog and download books you wish to listen to. You can search the catalog page, browse the catalog, or use our advanced search options.

Once you find a book you like, there are a few options to listen, including:

Download the zip file of the entire book

You can download a “zip” file that contains all the individual files of an entire book. To do that:

“right-click/save as” the “zip file of the entire book” onto your hard drive

once it is downloaded (it might take a while) double click the zip file, to open it

then use a media player (itunes, winamp, windows media player) to play the files

Subscribe in itunes

You can download an entire book using the subscribe feature in iTunes. To do that:

click on the “subscribe in iTunes” link from the catalog page

this will launch itunes (say “yes” if your computer asks), and import the whole book into iTunes

In iTunes, under “Podcasts,” you should see: “LibriVox: the-book-title …” Click the little black triangle to the left of the title to see all the chapters. Click the “get” button by each to download it.

For more detailed instructions, see Subscribe in iTunes

Now that you’ve got some of the mp3 or ogg files in your computer, you can listen to them in several ways. You can listen through your computer speakers using your favorite audio player. You can load the files into an iPod or other portable audio player and listen when and where you like. You can burn the files to an audio cd and listen to them in the car or on your home stereo.

For more detailed instructions, see our User Guide to Listening.

If you have any troubles, please contact kayray, with subject line: “LibriVox help.”

NOTE that our files are free and public domain in the USA, but not necessarily everywhere in the world. To read more about why that is, see our Public Domain page.

How to volunteer

How to volunteer

Volunteering for LibriVox

LibriVox volunteers read and record chapters of books in the public domain (books no longer under copyright), and make them available for free on the Internet. Practically, this means we record books published before 1923. All our recordings (including yours, if you volunteer for us) are also donated into the public domain.

We record books in all languages.

You do not need any prior experience to volunteer for LibriVox, nor do you need to audition or send us samples. All you need is your voice, some free software, your computer, and maybe an inexpensive microphone.

All LibriVox activity (book selection, project management, discussion, etc) happens on our Forum, and you’ll need to register there to join us. Our forum members are a friendly bunch, and questions will be answered there quickly (much more quickly than if you send us an email!).

We do suggest you read the document below, before registering and posting on the Forum, to get an idea of how everything works.

More Information

About Recording

LibriVox Project Types

Navigating the Forum

Cast of Characters

How it Works

Other Info

About Recording

Many LibriVox volunteers have never recorded anything, certainly not audiobooks. If you are new to recording, you’ll find many helpful people on the forum who will help you get yourself set up. Here is an overview, About Recording for LibriVox.

LibriVox Project Types

We have a number of different types of projects:

collaborative: many volunteers contribute chapters of a long text

solo: one volunteer reads an entire book

short works (prose and poetry): short works and poetry!

dramatic works: “actors” record parts, all edited together.

other languages: projects in languages other than English.

Navigating the Forum

The Forums are split into three main sections:

About LibriVox

info about LibriVox, including our FAQ

Books (Volunteer for Reading & Other Things)

     This section includes:

Book Suggestions (discuss books you’d like to record)

Readers Wanted (where projects needing readers are listed)

Going Solo (you’ll need to do a collaborative recording first)

Listeners & Editors Wanted (our proof-listening process)

Volunteer for Other Projects (other types of projects)

Help, Discussion, & Suggestions

For your questions, news and general chatter.

Cast of Characters

We’re all volunteers, and we’ve flipped traditional hierarchy upside down. The most important people in LibriVox are the readers, and everyone else works hard to help them make more audiobooks. We encourage everyone to do as much or as little as they like, and mostly if you have an idea and want to implement it, you’ll find lots of support. Here is a list of people you will run into and what they do (note: they are all volunteers):

readers: record chapters of public domain books

book coordinators: manage production of a particular book

meta coordinators: catalog completed books on the web

moderators: help the forum run smoothly

admins: try to make sure everyone has what they need

How it Works

Practically, here is how things work:

  1. a book coordinator posts a book in the Readers Wanted Section.
  2. volunteers “claim” chapters to read.
  3. the readers record their chapters in digital format.
  4. the book coordinator collects all the files of all the chapters.
  5. the book coordinator sends the collected files to a meta coordinator.
  6. we check the files for technical problems in the Listeners Wanted section.
  7. the book coordinator sends the collected, corrected files to a meta coordinator.
  8. another public domain audiobook is made available for free.

Other Information

There are many, many other things you can do to help, so please feel free to jump into the Forums.

See here for a more detailed FAQ.

See here for a Guides for Listeners & Volunteers (the LibriVox wiki).

Contact us by email at: info AT librivox DOT org

LibriVox forums

LibriVox's forums

LibriVox Feeds

LibriVox's feed

  • LibriVox Books Podcast
  • LibriVox Community Podcast
  • New Releases Podcast
  • New Releases Feed
  • Latest News Feed

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External Links

External links

Other projects