At Home or On-Site
Last updated October 21, 2015
Share your audio editing/computer skills with those who are blind, visually impaired or print disabled! Seeking dedicated volunteers to edit recordings made by our at-home volunteer readers. This entails processing audio files (compression, EQ, normalization etc.) and also removing excessive extraneous noise from them. Qualified individuals will be proficient computer users, familiar or open to learning simple audio editing in a typical DAW program (such as ProTools, Cuebase or Audacity), committed to finishing projects in a timely manner and have a strong attention to detail.
- Adult (18+ Years)
- Some experience with digital audio editing preferred
- Must be able to stay focused on this detail-oriented work
- Strong reading comprehension and language skills are necessary
- Ability to troubleshoot technical problems that may arise in an editing session
- Must possess a positive attitude and the patience it takes to edit an audiobook
Time commitment of 3-5 hours/week for a duration of at least one full semester.
Upon acceptance to the program, training will be provided in our studios at the Central Library Building in downtown Milwaukee.
At Home, or at our office in the Central Library Building in downtown Milwaukee.
For more information about our Volunteer Opportunities, please contact:
Matt or Janet: 414-286-3039 or firstname.lastname@example.org