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Revision as of 17:06, 12 July 2010

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About Policies Copyright

- LibriVox
- How LibriVox Works
- How to Volunteer
- LibriVox in the News
- Promotional Material
- Banners and Buttons
- Interesting Forum Threads

- Language Policy
- Forum Policies
- Recording & Text Policies
- Music Rules

- Copyright and Public Domain
- Information about copyright rules
- LibriVox and Ebay


Finding Audiobooks Listening to the files Other resources for listeners

- Catalog Page
- How to find a reader
- Readers' Accents Table
- Recommended Listening List
- LibriVox Short Science Fiction Index
- Personal selections/websites of LV material
- Books Available in m4b format

- How To Get LibriVox Audio Files

- Podcast ... BitTorrent
- Help for Listeners in China

- How to Listen

- Choosing a Digital Audio Player
- Listening on an iPod
- How To Listen With Your CD Player

- Thank a Reader

- Beginner's Guide to Cutting Audio
- How To Split With Mp3Splt
- Slowing Down a Recording


- Video Guides: Resources for new volunteers!

Full Guide: Newbie Guide to Recording


- User-Recommended Equipment

- Audacity 1-2-3
- GarageBand (in progress)
- Software We Use

Sign up
- Forum Guide

- 1-Minute Test
- Improve Your Recording

- Voice Character Performance
- Storyteller's Recording Guide

- Audacity FAQ
- Audacity Tutorials (<= all-purpose link to tutorials)
- Editing Audio

- Alternative Editing Method (add pics)
- Recording and Editing With Word Processor

- How to Add or Edit ID3 Tags

- How to Send Your Recording

Recording Resources

- Recording Troubleshooter
- Help! What if I Suck
- English Pronouncation Guides
- Foreign Words Pronounciation

Guides from a Sound Engineer
- Basic Principles of Audio Recording
- Basic Principles of Audio Processing
- Removing Mains Hum
- Audio Processing Masterclass
- Questions and Answers


- ProofListening Template
- Guide for Proof-listeners

Coordinating Others

- How To Become A Book Coordinator
- Tips for Book Coordinators
- Kmerline's 'Sheparding' Tips
- Project Templates for BCs
- Project Coordination Pages

- Bible Book MC Guide
- MC Drama Cataloging Notes

LV content-related
- Homepage Translation
- CD Covers
- Librivox Community Podcast -- a weekly(ish) podcast by the community, for the community.

- Teachers and LibriVox
- How To Create Torrents
- How To Make M4B Files
- Donating LibriVox CDs

- Prison Donations
- Any Soldier Donations

- LibriVoxAPI


Resources Advanced topics

- Book Resources
- Book Suggestions List
- Glossary
- Poetry FAQ
- Science Fiction Short Stories

- Misc Q&As

- Audio Processing Concepts
- Improving Computer Performance
- Setting Recording Input Level
- Tech Specs

- What is ID3

- Podcasting and Streaming Audio

Misc & Off topic pages of interest to LibriVox volunteers

- 52 Books
- Great Books of the Western World Year One
- Donate

- Archives
- Portuguese Newbie Guide

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