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Audio Books And Recorded Books: Do You Know The Answers To These Questions - Articles Surfing
You've heard of audio books, or recorded books before, haven't you? Many people, even the ones who use them daily, remain tongue-tied when it comes to answering correctly the following questions.
Why? My guess is that audio books in general are so convenient to use. Many of us prefer to venture into the scenes of an audio book without delay more willingly. Spending our precious time researching every detail about its creation remains a distant 'maybe'.
On the other hand, there are a few details about recorded books you want to know.
I admit I used to be unaware of even the basic terms about audio books myself. So, I asked questions to get answers.
Guess what? I've found them. And I'd love to share them with you so you can save time researching the same questions. If you'd like to know the answers to the following basic questions about audio books, keep on reading.
What's an audio book?
An audio book is a book in audio format. It is a 'fun replacement' for a physical hardcover or paperback book you'd read from cover to cover. Instead, you grab-n-read books on CD, books on tape, or MP3 books versions.
What formats do audio books come in?
What's an MP3 book?
What are 'dramatized audio books'?
Is there a difference between having the author of the physical book tell the audio version, or is it better to have a professional narrator do the job?
Some authors are gifted for both writing and telling their own book. Others are better off leaving it to professional 'voice-over calibers'. If you can, listen to a sample of the recorded book that catches your interest. It'll help you decide if the narrator resonates with you. Some people swear that half the beauty of an audio book is the voice-over quality.
Where's a good place to start for a novice interested in recorded books?
An excellent place to start is to pick up a favorite story you already know about, but would like to 'read' as an audio. About the length, pick 'abridged' audio books to start with to cut down on time they take to play back. Once you become more skilled with recorded books, you got to check out 'unabridged' editions as downloadable audio MP3 books as soon as you can.
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