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LibriVox

About Policies

LibriVox
How LibriVox Works
How to Volunteer
LibriVox in the News
Promotional Material

Copyright and Public Domain
Language Policy
Forum Policies
Recording & Text Policies (please merge with Book Selection Policies)

Book Resources

Music Rules

Listening

How to Listen

How To Get LibriVox Audio Files
How To Listen With A Computer
How To Listen With A Digital Audio Player
How To Listen With Your CD Player

Beginner's Guide to Cutting Audio

Volunteering

Recording
Newbie Guide to Recording
Hardware
User-Recommended Equipment

Software

Audacity 1-2-3
GarageBand
Software We Use
Reading
1-Minute Test
Improve Your Recording
Voice Character Performance
Storyteller's Recording Guide
Editing
Audacity FAQ
Deleting errors in Audacity
Noise Cleaning
Merging Tracks
Audacity Tutorials
Amplify
Editing Audio
Alternative Editing Method
Exporting

Uploading

How to Send Your Recording


Listening Coordinating Others Resources

Guide for Proof-listeners

LibriVox Catalog

How To Become A Book Coordinator

Tips for Book Coordinators
Kmerline's 'Sheparding' Tips

Project Templates for BCs
Bible Book MC Guide


Homepage Translation

Help! What if I Suck
English Pronouncation Guides
Foreign Words Pronounciation
Glossary


ADVANCED
If you see a page that seems very tech-oriented (ie it's more than an average volunteer would need), please put it under this category)
Audio Processing Concepts
Tech Specs (in progress)

About Sampling
What is ID3