How to Convert Book Into Audiobook

Are you fond of reading books? But lately, we all have been busy with our online jobs, classes etc., and taking out time to read a book is almost impossible. I am sure your reading list has various e-books lined up, waiting to be read. What to do? This is when Audiobooks come in as a savior. 

Audiobooks are a necessity for today’s new lifestyle. However, audiobooks are nothing new and have been around for several years. Still, lately, the demand for audiobooks has made this the new trend for readers.

If you want to put your book out there for listeners and grab some audience, don’t think twice. In today’s article, I will guide you and tell you a few different ways by which you will be able to convert your book into an Audiobook easily. So let’s not waste any more time and get started with the first method.

1. By using Micmonster

Have you heard about TTS? If not, then let me brief you on that. TTS stands for Text-to-speech software, this type of software works by converting your text into speech using human-like voices. However, many TTS software doesn’t sound natural, which is why we have selected one that does!

Introducing Micmonster, which is an amazing text-to-speech software known for its realistic human-like voices and various features. This software can easily help you convert the text of your e-book into an audiobook without any hustle.

All you have to do is enter the text into the text box available on the dashboard of this software. Here, you can monitor and select the required language, the tone of the voices, be it angry, sad, happy, cheerful etc. Pauses can also be added between the sentences and words, making it sound even more realistic and interesting. 

Let’s discuss the overview of micmonster:

  • 300+ Voices
  • Has 48 languages 
  • Change Speech and Pitch
  • Make Unlimited Voice Overs
  • Has commercial Licence 
  • 384 Kbps bit rate
  • It is mobile-friendly software.
  • Control Voice Emotion
  • It can be used for both iOS & Android.

Check out a few of the voice samples of this software for better decision:

Voice Samples of MicMonster:

https://vimeo.com/552842090/d3fa24ac29

Finally, let’s see the pricing of this software:

Micmonster standard $37/lifetime

  • 48 languages
  • 3000 characterst at once
  • one campaign
  • 200 voices

Upsell 1) Micmonster pro $97/lifetime

  • 12000 characters at once
  • Unlimited projects
  • Unlock 100 More voices
  • Background music
  • Commercial license
  • Narration
  • Advance Editor
  • Emphasize Word

Upsell 2) Micmonster agency $97/year

  • Agency license
  • Add sub users

30 days money-back guarantee

2. Hire a voice artist

You might need to hire someone else to do an audiobook, and the biggest reason is that you don’t have to do difficult things—no need to learn how to create audiobooks.

You don’t have to find time to make it. You don’t have to buy equipment for recording or search around for a quiet place in your house. The only thing you have to do is find a voice artist. 

But on the downside, voice actors don’t come for free. You have to pay the cost based on your book’s length and how you want it to be narrated.

Depending on the artist’s time, you may also have to spend thousands of dollars in advance. Besides, you can’t see how much your audiobook’s revenue is. You can make a terrifying suggestion.

3. Record Yourself

The biggest advantage of doing it yourself is the ability to keep costs down. But, of course, if you want to do that, you can record your audiobooks to save money and have full control over the final product. 

However, recording audiobooks by yourself can lead to a non-professional end product. Audiobook recording also requires an investment of both time and other resources (such as a microphone, recording software).

Not only do you record the book, but you also need to understand how to do it. If you want to create an audiobook by yourself, you must be quite skilled to start.

Benefits of an audiobook

– People like to multitask 

There is someone in us who doesn’t like being held hostage before a book on the couch. Some of us like to listen to audiobooks in the car, on the treadmill, at work or home when we multitask. Audiobooks are optional. 

– Bookworms are attracted to audiobooks

Some read the book slowly over a year or two, while others swallow the entire novel in 48 hours. Audiobooks fit both types, especially if you have a lot of readers. In addition, audiobooks can encourage slower readers to “read” more because they are easier to “read” when others read the book. 

– Audiobooks are suitable for people who can’t read. 

Some people just like to read. However, such people are often drawn to audiobooks. Despite their best intentions, reading is probably to put them to sleep. There may be others who want to read but can’t due to disabilities such as blindness and dyslexia. Audiobooks provide a good solution for them.

– The Audiobooks are never out of stock 

E-Books and audiobooks are both the same at this point. Printed books may be sold out, but if you have audiobooks (especially digital audiobooks), don’t worry about that. Even if your book suddenly becomes popular, you’ll always know it’s in stock. 

– Less competition

It’s a beautiful thing to have less competition for audiobooks than books and eBooks. The audio industry is still relatively new. There are fewer audiobooks on the market than paper books and e-books. So it’s often easy to spot as an audiobook.

Conclusion

I hope this article was helpful for you to decide on which method to choose for the conversion of your book into an audiobook. However, the way we recommend is to use text-to-speech software for your audiobook. Neither it is as expensive as a voice artist would be and would give you better results from doing it yourself!

2 thoughts on “How to Convert Book Into Audiobook”

  1. Unfortunly, with 6000 characters at once (or worst only 3000) make an audio book with your software will be very long. Does the agency version also have this limit ?

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    • We have recently increased the word limit for the pro version to 12000 per voiceover. On top of that, we have a merge feature that you can use to combine two or more audio files once.

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